[FPSPACE] Kremlin answer to space disasters -- squelchreportingonthem
David L. Rickman
davidlrickman at aol.com
Thu Dec 29 11:29:43 EST 2011
I don't know if this is the same group of people, but there was similar blog posting where a group entered the facility where the Energia-M is located and posted many photographs of that site.
I can't recall the actual blog address, but many of the photos from that blog can be found here:
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From: Christopher Gorski <cpgorski at gmail.com>
To: James E Oberg <jeoberg at comcast.net>
Cc: fpspace <fpspace at friends-partners.org>
Sent: Thu, Dec 29, 2011 5:32 am
Subject: Re: [FPSPACE] Kremlin answer to space disasters -- squelchreportingonthem
The Energomash plant can be accessed through holes in the fence, which it has no money to repair, Energia rocket and space corporation’s Senior VP Vladimir Osmolovsky told Izvestia .
...Yeah, this sounds like the problem was that there weren't enough security-related laws. Threats will clearly help here.
On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 9:40 AM, James E Oberg <jeoberg at comcast.net> wrote:
"Cute", and quite possibly endangered.
Email her your encouragement and support.
Public recognition is her only possible safety.
Jim, you're a journalist--any chance a story about Russian security trying to punish whistleblowers will fly here? Possibly with a mention of the whistleblowers themselves? -- you know the subtleties of these things; I take your word for it that a little bit of fame is a greater protection than risk...
After all, the US is currently depending on Russian rocket technology exclusively for our manned efforts. Doesn't that make this a US strategic problem as well?
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