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Seattle shooter link to Hanford

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Submitted by Dale Brown (United States), Aug 13, 2006 at 17:47

After talking to a number of the Pakistani Muslims who attend the Richland mosque where the Seattle shooter's family had attended, I am amazed that no one seems concerned that most of them work at Hanford where there are large deposits of radio active material.

The leading cleric there has made a special effort over the past few years to speak at surrounding churches and events giving the usual "peace" propaganda.

Concerned,

Dale Brown

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