Kathleen Day

Staff writer for the Washington Post

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The General Accounting Office launched an  uncover operation  to see if some agents could buy radioactive materials using forged documents.

Bogus Firm Gets Nuclear License in Sting Operation

The General Accounting Office launched an uncover operation to see if some agents could buy radioactive materials using forged documents.

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