A grand jury and its bitter denunciation of `a deal.'

Pasternak, Douglas; Martinez, Ancel
December 1992
U.S. News & World Report;12/14/92, Vol. 113 Issue 23, p45
Discusses when the Department of Energy's (DOE) nuclear warhead factory, Rockwell International, in Rocky Flats, Colo., was investigated in June 1989 by the FBI for evidence of environmental lawbreaking. Why, three and half years later, the federal grand jury empaneled to examine that evidence feels that it has been had. Accusations against Rockwell; The company pleaded guilty to 10 criminal violations of federal pollution laws; More.


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