Tuesday, August 21, 2007
In October of 2005, the Journal's Richard Miniter asserted that while portable, "suitcase" nukes were technically feasible, there was no evidence that Al Qaeda or its affiliates were close to attaining one.
About ten months ago, there was some speculation that North Korea's detonation represented an ominous development. Namely, that Kim Jong-Il's military was experimenting with just such a nuke: a low-yield fission device designed to be man-portable.
Chester and the Belmont Club have more information, which despite the age in blog-o-years, remains important and, as you might expect, unremarked upon by the mainstream media.