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Mr. William M. Beecher

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Says NRC spokesman ..., 7 April 2009 [cached]
Says NRC spokesman William Beecher, It can protect only one part of the body against one radioactive element.
Columbiana’s News Stories: Week Sept 11 - 24, 2001, 23 Nov 2001 [cached]
"Given the situation has changed in ways no one could have predicted--no one had envisioned airliners being used like kamikaze bombers--it does raise questions that had not been seriously looked at before," William Beecher, the NRC's director of public affairs, said Friday evening.
Meanwhile, NRC officials reversed earlier assurances that plants could withstand the crash of a jumbo jet.
Spokesmen for both the commission and two Western U.S. nuclear facilities had said Sept. 11 that domestic plants were built to withstand the impact of a Boeing 747.But officials said Friday that is simply untrue.
Federal Bureau of Investigation, 6 Jan 2014 [cached]
When the press reports the secret US-led invasion of Cambodia (see April 24-30, 1970) and the subsequent massive air strikes in that country, Alexander Haig, the military aide to National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger, notes that New York Times reporter William Beecher has been asking some suspiciously well-informed questions about the operation.
Entity Tags:Melvin Laird, Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Henry A. Kissinger, William Sullivan, Richard Pederson, William P. Rogers, William Beecher, Robert Pursley
Will be too tender of those ... [cached]
Will be too tender of those of another country
1969 - Reporter breaks the news of secret bombing in Cambodia: William Beecher, military correspondent for the New York Times, publishes a front page dispatch from Washington, "Raids in Cambodia by U.S. Unprotested," which accurately described the first of the secret B-52 bombing raids in Cambodia.
--Bill Becher, Los Angeles Daily ..., 1 July 2013 [cached]
--Bill Becher, Los Angeles Daily News
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