Uranium Munitions

I brought the issue DU to the attention of Atty. General Hatch of MN. I informed him that the local political officers and executives of energy companies had colluded with munitions manufacturers to dispose of nuclear waste by supplying it for free to create the DU munitions; it is financially expedient and convenient to blow up overseas what you cannot dispose of legally domestically. I pointed out the prerequisites for prosecution under RICO.

Atty General Hatch's response leads me to believe he is complicit; he stated that his job is to defend the industrialists of the state of MN. He did not recognize my request for prosecution under RICO of the perpetrators of the crime. He suggested writing my Representatives to urge proper disposal of nuclear waste: thus partaking in the conspiracy by advocating forcing the hand of energy executives to supply the material with which peoples have been slated for extermination through radiation sickness.

Most DU is from MN.

David Diggins DFL Constitution Committee Secretary and Delegate

On Behalf Of Tom Cahill
Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2005 4:22 PM

Uranium Munitions

Rep. Duncan Hunter, Chair House Armed Services Committee
2120 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC, 20515

Sept. 1, 2005

Rep Hunter:

"INCOMING," as you should know, is military jargon for the warning infantrymen shout when an artillery shell is about to explode nearby.

Because you head a committee that is supposed to be the public's watchdog over the Department of Defense, I think it only fair to give you a heads-up on an issue that could soon explode on the American public despite continuing attempts at a cover-up by the Pentagon and corporate media. At the very least, your political career is in jeopardy.

Mere exposure to the public of the truth about so-called "depleted uranium" used by the US military for more than a decade could have incredibly serious consequences for the entire country and quite possibly the world. On the other hand, exposure to munitions and armor containing uranium is a death sentence or worse for every member of the armed forces abroad or even at home.

Misprison of Felony is the legal term for "the offense of concealing knowledge of a felony or treason by one who has not participated in it." You may be held accountable for uranium munitions.

In your own best interest, you need to see the film "Beyond Treason" being distributed by the American Gulf War Veterans Association. Enclosed is a review of this well-documented documentary that includes information how to send for a DVD copy. If ever a film could change a nation, this one just might. Read the review, view the film and see if I am exaggerating.

Most sincerely,

Tom Cahill
PO Box 632 Fort Bragg, CA 95437

Member: Veterans For Peace and other progressive organizations.

Informant: David Diggins


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