Dyess Air Force Base Secret Nuke Transfer & radioactive material stolen
The Virginia Department of Health is looking for a stolen device containing radioactive material taken from Dinwiddie County.
The theft happened between 1 and 2 p.m. Wednesday 9/11/2013 at a jobsite near 4007 Chesdin Boulevard.
A Troxler moisture density gauge, in a yellow case about 10 inches wide and 15 inches long, was taken from a Ford Ranger pickup truck.
If the case is spotted, or found, do not touch or open the case. Contact authorities immediately.
Video: Confronting Dyess Air Force Base Over Secret Nuke Transfer
On Tuesday of this week, Alex Jones and I shared high level military intelligence that exposed the unsigned transfer of nuclear warheads to South Carolina. Hours after we received the information, Senator Lindsay Graham was reported in mainstream news publications as warning of a nuclear attack in South Carolina if we do not initiate war with Syria. Ultimately, we may be sitting on some of the most profound (and dangerous) intelligence that we have ever come across.
In order to find more answers, I confronted Dyess Air Force base. Surprisingly, when I inquired about ‘transfers’ from the base, the representative told me that she could not comment on ‘weapons transfers’. Remember, I never said a single word about weapons. In fact, it’d be much more likely I was talking about personnel transfers. You can see the entire call yourself below: