Thursday, November 30, 2006

British Airways and radiation

Tensions are understandably high in Britain in the wake of the spy who died of radiation poisoning due to exposure to Polonium 210. Two British Airlines planes have now tested positive for Polonium 210 and three more planes are suspected. British officials are looking for about 33,000 passengers who have flown on the two contaminated planes since October 25 to see if they have been contaminated by radiation. Twelve locations in Britain have also tested positive for radiation contamination, though so far everyone tested has tested negative (FoxNews).

1 comment:

Kevin said...

It was good whoever did this only wanted to kill one spy. It appears that if they'd wanted to kill more people they would have had the opportunity.