Wen-Ho-Lee was indicted by the federal government for over 50 alleged crimes concerning classified data at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The government however, was not able to prove their charges against Wen-Ho-Lee. He eventually did admit to one count of improperly downloading classified information. But the case is only one of the many embarrassing events to happen to the lab. In 2002, Glenn Walp uncovered egregious acts of mismanagement, corruption and cover-up at the lab. In fact, it was because of the Wen-Ho-Lee incident, in part, that Walp was hired. That is, to ensure events like this would never happen again.
Walp authored a 2010 book about the debacles at Los Alamos, to include aspects of the Wen-Ho-Lee event. The book is titled, Implosion At Los Alamos: How Crime, Corruption and Cover-Ups Jeopardize America’s Nuclear Weapons Secrets.
This book is a must read for all Americans concerned about the security of our national secrets and terroristic attacks against the homeland.
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