Sharif Mobley arrested in Yemen as a suspected member of al Qaeda. Mobley worked as a general laborer at six nuclear power plants in the United States.

 

It’s only thanks to Congressman William Owens, who cares about his country that we even KNOW about this:

 

Congressman William Owens sent letters to NRC’s Inspector General requesting a thorough and comprehensive review of NRC’s process requirements for licensees granting unescorted access at nuclear power plants.

 

 

I wonder about how many progressives and democrats in the Senate or Congress that would have said ANYTHING.

We have Muslims that are currently working inside the White House and are politicians.  How many would have called this out?

We have invited the wolves to guard the hen house.  How long will this country survive?

 

A quote from Osama bin Laden : “The battle has moved to inside America. We will work to continue this battle, God permitting, until victory or until we meet God before that occurs.”

 

What does that quote mean?  Did it actually mean that there are GOOD Muslims out there that have followed the direction of their faiths and are currently infiltrating the American POLITICAL sphere?  If that has already happened, then have we experienced the coup that will install the American Caliphate?

 

Limerick Generating Station is a nuclear power plant located in southeastern Pennsylvania, about 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia in Montgomery County.

Limerick Generating Station is a nuclear power plant located in southeastern Pennsylvania, about 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia in Montgomery County.

 

Islamic Jihadist Worked At U.S. Nuclear Plants:

 

 

In a chilling example of the government’s failure to protect nuclear plants from terrorists, a suspected Al Qaeda operative spent six years working at various facilities in the northeast with unescorted access to secure interior areas.

The admitted Islamic jihadist (Sharif Mobley) is currently imprisoned for terrorist activities in Yemen, where he has been charged with murdering a hospital guard during an escape attempt. During the years that he worked at nuclear plants inMaryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Mobley referred to non-Muslims as “infidels” and warned co-workers of “holy war,” according to a government audit.

Incredibly, he frequented secure, interior areas of the plants that are supposed to be accessed only by employees who pass a background investigation, criminal record check and psychological assessment. Because Mobley was considered a temporary worker who traveled between facilities, the rules evidently didn’t apply to him.

This unbelievable case was cited by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) inspector general as an example of the need for tighter security. As the federal agency that regulates commercial nuclear power plants, the NRC has been negligent and needs to better screen individuals who are granted unescorted access to nuclear facilities.

In a report that’s been heavily redacted for public release, the NRC’s watchdog recommends improving employee training on how to detect and report “behaviors associated with terrorist intent.” It also suggests frequent checks of employees from a nuclear industry personnel database against terrorist watch lists and requiring disclosure of foreign travel by plant workers who could be questioned about their activities abroad.

While some of this may sound like common sense, it took a lengthy inspector general investigation and a 36-page report to suggest obvious measures that could prevent a nuclear attack or radiological sabotage.

<via – http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2010/oct/jihadist-worked-u-s-nuclear-plants>

 

 

From the REPORT – most of which is REDACTED-

Verification of True Identity NRC regulations6 require that licensees validate the social security number (SSN) that an individual provides prior to granting access to a nuclear power plant. Licensees accomplish SSN validations through background checks of employment history, credit history, and reference checks. OFFICIAL USE ONLY – SENTENCE HAS BEEN REDACTED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

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E-Verify is an Internet-based system, operated by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, designed to help employers determine employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their SSNs.

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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services management stated that under current law,7 use of the E-Verify database is restricted to confirming employment eligibility, thereby prohibiting NRC and licensees from gaining access to the system for verifying the SSNs for all licensee contractor employees.

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Required Disclosure of Past Employment InformationLicensees are required to verify employment/unemployment history prior to granting access to a nuclear power plant. Background investigators are required to ask previous employers questions regarding an employee’s past performance. The past performance questions primarily focus on fitness-for-duty compliance and reason for termination. Both industry and NRC staff stated that many previous employers verify the dates of employment for an applicant, while refusing to answer the past performance questions for fear of litigation. When a licensee is unable to obtain past employment performance information from a previous employer, the use of “best effort” is permitted. Best effort allows a licensee to use employment information obtained from an acceptable alternate or secondary source to determine trustworthiness and reliability. An acceptable alternate source could be a co-worker or a reference on a current application for unescorted access, while an acceptable secondary source could be a pay stub or W-2 form. OFFICIAL USE ONLY – SENTENCE HAS BEEN REDACTED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

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Disclosure of Foreign TravelDisclosure of foreign travel is not required on personal history questionnaires used to assist in processing background investigations of individuals seeking to obtain unescorted access to nuclear power plants. Requiring disclosure of foreign travel on personal history questionnaires was an idea conveyed to OIG during interviews. OFFICIAL USE ONLY – SECTION HAS BEEN REDACTED FOR PUBLIC

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Salem Nuclear Power Plant

Salem Nuclear Power Plant



 

PSEG Nuclar is seeking permission from the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission to begin a pilot program to produce Cobalt-60 at its Hope Creek nuclear reactor at the Artificial Island generating complex in Lower Alloways Creek, seen above.

PSEG Nuclar is seeking permission from the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission to begin a pilot program to produce Cobalt-60 at its Hope Creek nuclear reactor at the Artificial Island generating complex in Lower Alloways Creek, seen above.

 

noozing guard discovered at Pennsylvania’s Peach Bottom plant last year.

snoozing guard discovered at Pennsylvania’s Peach Bottom plant last year.

 

 

The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident March 28, 1979, in Pennsylvania happened 2,200 miles away from the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (now Idaho National Laboratory) near Idaho Falls, Idaho. But employees and facilities at INL played a key role during the following decade helping the U.S. Department of Energy and the TMI owner GPU Nuclear recover and gain knowledge from the accident, remove the damaged core material, ship it across country and temporarily store it at the Department's Idaho site.

The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident March 28, 1979, in Pennsylvania happened 2,200 miles away from the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (now Idaho National Laboratory) near Idaho Falls, Idaho. But employees and facilities at INL played a key role during the following decade helping the U.S. Department of Energy and the TMI owner GPU Nuclear recover and gain knowledge from the accident, remove the damaged core material, ship it across country and temporarily store it at the Department's Idaho site.

 

 

From the report –

 

SCOPE AND METHODOLOGYThe audit objective was to determine the effectiveness of NRC’s oversight of nuclear power plant access authorization programs.To achieve the audit objective, the audit team reviewed pertinent laws, regulations, and agency guidance to identify criteria relevant to managing nuclear power plant access authorization programs. Guidance reviewed included:Code of Federal Regulations, Title 10 Section 73.56, Personnel access authorization requirements for nuclear power plants, March 27, 2009.Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, Public Law 104–208, September 30, 1996. Nuclear Energy Institute procedure, Nuclear Power Plant Access Authorization Program, NEI 03-01 (Revision 3), May 2009.Nuclear Energy Institute procedure, Guideline for Plant Access Training, NEI 03-04 (Revision 7), December 2009.The 2006 Memorandum of Understanding between the Terrorist Screening Center and NRC in support of terrorist screening.NRC Inspection Procedure 71130.01, Access Authorization, April 1, 2010.Auditors met with congressional staff to gain an understanding of the requested scope for this audit. In addition to conducting interviews with current and former NRC staff, auditors also interviewed an Access Authorization Program Manager and a background investigation contractor. Interviews with inspectorsfrom each of NRC’s four regions were conducted. Auditors also reviewed access authorization files and analyzed reports. ThisAudit of NRC’s Oversight of the Access Authorization Program for Nuclear Power Plants28work gained auditors an understanding of NRC’s oversight of nuclear power plant access authorization programs. Current issues, problems, and known deficiencies were uncovered because of this work.This performance audit was conducted from April 2010 through July 2010, in accordance with generally accepted Government auditing standards. Those standards require that the audit is planned and performed with the objective of obtaining sufficient, appropriate evidence to provide a reasonable basis for any findings and conclusions based on the stated audit objective. OIG believes that the evidence obtained provides a reasonable basis for the report findings and conclusions based on the audit objective. Internal controls related to the audit objective were reviewed and analyzed. Throughout the audit, auditors were aware of the possibility or existence of fraud, waste, or misuse in the program.Beth Serepca, Team Leader; Robert Woodward, Audit Manager; Andrea Ferkile, Senior Management Analyst; and Michael Dickerson, Summer Intern, conducted this work. We performed this audit work at NRC headquarters in Rockville, MD; NRC Region I office in King of Prussia, PA; and Exelon Power Headquarters in Kennett Square, PA.

http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/insp-gen/2010/oig-10-a-21-redacted.pdf

 

In a sane country that wanted to ensure their survival the TRUTH would be spoken loud and clear:

This was purportedly a moderate Muslim imam, who is the a LEADER in the UK and a high ranking Leader in the US.

Islam – the Muslim takeover of the White House is not just an unfolding action plan but a directive from Muhammad himself.

Children are being indoctrinated in to a whole other political ideology based on a theocratic model:

New York – Teaching Children Islamic Law – “I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.”

 

The media has been covering these stories up by burying them.

Our government is not securing us and these ARE evidences of the DERELICTION of DUTY, because these people took an oath to protect the Constitution.  If they reneg on that oath, then they should be considered ENEMIES of the STATE.  The STATE are the PEOPLE.  This government has become an enemy to itself.

 

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5 Responses to Sharif Mobley arrested in Yemen as a suspected member of al Qaeda. Mobley worked as a general laborer at six nuclear power plants in the United States.

  1. Chris says:

    Yes the ravenous wolves have infested the
    Oval Office and our government. And this
    story has been swept under the rug. Just
    like the poisoning at Fort Jackson in NC
    by 5 Muslims who wanted to poison the food
    supply and kill American soldiers. In the
    Peach Bottom Pa Nuclear plant which in photo
    I’ve been by that before since that is interstate
    76 in background.

  2. txlady706 says:

    I remember that
    I’m thinking of making a poster and plastering all over the place here
    they get torn down by the leftists though.
    I try.

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