Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Dirty Bomb Alert Issued After Belgium Atomic Worker Said Killed By German Secret Police

The Federal Security Service (FSB) is reporting today that it has informed the Security Council (SC) that it has “requested/advised” the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) to immediately issue a “red notice” international arrest warrant against two German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) agents they suspect of having shipped into the Federation “highly radioactive” debris from a 10 March plane crash and, equally importantly, are suspected of killing Belgium atomic plant worker Didier Prospero two days after the 22 March attacks in Brussels. 
According to this report, the circumstances leading to these “critical actions” undertaken by the FSB were begun earlier today when the Port of Vladivostok reported that their radiation detectors had “sounded an alarm” during the processing of a train car full of scrap metal leased by one of the world’s largest scrap brokers and recyclers, The David J. Joseph Company, that had traveled via the Trans-Eurasia Logistics rail system from Germany in route to China.

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