(OAK RIDGE, Tenn.) -- A major security breach forced the government to close one of its most sensitive nuclear weapons sites in Tennessee Thursday evening, ABC affiliate WLS-TV reports.
One of the people involved in the breach was Sister Megan Rice, an 82-year-old nun. She was one of three anti-nuclear protesters who managed to break through millions of dollars worth of security. They allegedly splashed human blood on the building.
The site holds the nation's largest stockpile of uranium for nuclear bombs in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The government denies they were close to getting inside the facility.
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