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June 23, 2010

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Peter Alexander

We get evidence nearly every week now that Vermont Yankee is falling apart, and that the NRC and Entergy are complicit in trying to hide the truth, or at least spin the facts to make it sound like everything is OK. Absolutely amazing that Ray Shadis and Paul Blanch broke the news on this instead of the company or the agency. Also very revealing that NRC rigged the speaking order at the meeting. Ray and Paul were signed up numbers 2 and 3, but NRC wouldn't let them speak until the media were out of the room! Everything is NOT OK in Vernon, and waiting until 2012 to shutter this failing tangle of pipes and wires could be a catastrophic mistake.

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