- Police brace for huge nuclear waste protests
The police will deploy 19,000 officers to secure a shipment of German atomic waste from France to Lower Saxony next week amid expectations of huge anti-nuclear protests.
Gorleben protests reawake as nuclear lobby work revealed - Politics (30 Oct 11)
Dismantling nuke plants to cost €18 billion - Business & Money (28 Sep 11)
Thousands of demonstrators will descend upon the northern German state on November 26, when the waste in a so-called Castor container heads from the La Hague reprocessing plant to Germany's nuclear waste depot in Gorleben.
Thats 19.000 police off. that could be doing their work of fighting crime instead of "securing" deadly nuclear waste barrels.
Who is paying these 19.000 people? The nuclear industry? Or the taxpayers?
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