September 3, 2007
For 17 years, Fred Dunham never spoke publicly about where he used to work or what he once did at the place he calls “the location.”
Dunham says he feared he would be arrested and sent to jail for breaching a national security oath he took in 1981 when he was hired by EG&G Special Projects.
But last week he went on the record about the nine years he spent as a security officer at the classified Air Force installation, 90 miles north of Las Vegas, telling a Department of Labor hearing representative how he supervised burning of poisonous stealth coatings in large open pits.[FULL ARTICLE]