Ex-Entergy Supervisor Cops To Faking Nuclear Safety Tests

Law360, New York (October 18, 2013, 5:08 PM EDT) -- A former Entergy Corp. nuclear power plant supervisor has pled guilty to faking chemical safety tests at the company's Indian Point facility, reaching an agreement with federal prosecutors Wednesday that ensures his jail time is limited to a maximum of six months.

Daniel Wilson admitted he had deliberately violated Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations when he fabricated tests to show that adulterated diesel fuel for backup generators at the facility met federal standards, according to the plea agreement. The charge includes a maximum prison term of two...
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