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New Security Leader Appointed At Weapons-Grade Uranium Storage Facility

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CNBC reported two weeks after a break-in, a new general manager has been appointed at a weapons-grade uranium storage facility in Tennessee.

CNBC reported two weeks after a break-in, a new general manager has been appointed at a weapons-grade uranium storage facility in Tennessee.

As quoted in the market news:

Security firm WSI Oak Ridge confirmed to The Knoxville News Sentinel Wednesday that Steven C. Hafner is taking over the position from Lee Brooks.

Protesters on July 28 were found hanging banners in the dark, singing and offering to break bread with the security guards at Y-12 Oak Ridge National Security Complex in Knoxville. An affidavit said that before security guards apprehended them, they spray-painted the building with protest slogans and threw blood on it. They were arrested and officials say all nuclear materials are safe.

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