Deadly Deception
General Electric, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environment

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We went to Schenectady, NY where GE's headquarters is located. We got all set up to film the huge GE neon sign turning on as the sun set. It never went on. Turns out GE knew we were in town and turned it off so we couldn't get the shot. The only other time it hadn't gone on was during a ...Read more

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