NY Nuke Plant Supervisor Charged With Faking Safety Tests

Law360, Chicago (July 23, 2013, 6:26 PM EDT) -- A former supervisor at an Entergy Corp. nuclear power plant outside New York City was charged Tuesday with lying to federal regulators and falsifying records concerning the emergency generators needed to prevent a meltdown in the event of a power failure.

Daniel Wilson, 57, allegedly faked tests to show that adulterated diesel fuel for backup generators at Indian Point Energy Center met regulatory standards, misleading his superiors and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in the process, according to a two-count criminal complaint filed in New York federal...
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