DHS cannot detect benefit of radiation detectors

The Department of Homeland Security cannot conclude whether or not…

The Department of Homeland Security cannot conclude whether or not costly radiation detectors performed well enough to be used to protect ports and borders from nuclear attacks or dirty bombs as planned. The tests were organized by the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office despite allegations from   auditors that the office misled Congress about the devices’ effectiveness and later conducted flawed tests to show they worked well. For more on this, click here and return back to comment.

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