"Unfortunately, some of these devices are still located on American soil," said Stanislav Lunev.
Lunev is a former Soviet military intelligence officer, a defector who's now in the federal witness protection program. He claims that before the Cold War ended a decade ago, Soviet agents planted so-called "suitcase nuclear bombs" in the United States and other Western countries — nuclear bombs that could be triggered if war broke out.
"They were designed to destroy extremely highly protected American targets," he said.
Lunev, his identity protected, told the same story to Congress and a former Soviet general told CBS's 60 Minutes that the suitcase bombs existed.
But the Soviets weren't the only ones to create a so-called suitcase nuke. A recently declassified film shows how the United States had them in its arsenal in the early '60s. Defense experts dismiss the possibility that terrorists can build one themselves.
"I know from intelligence information that he has obtained several devices from former Soviet Union, technical nuclear devices," said Lunev
Далі зрадницьке CBS стверджує що нема чого побоюватися і шо все це хуйня. От би їхніх кореспондентів рочків на 10 до пермських таборів на виправлення, чи на машині часу у хмарочоси Всесвітного Торгівельного Центру на 11 вересня 2001, та їх виблядків і всіх родичів до 7го коліна