Today in history: On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.
I was actually trying to find information on a story I saw on the Rachel Maddow show last night, about a group of men who were arrested in South Africa on June 6th for trying to sell a "dirty bomb" containing cesium for a few million dollars. They had radioactive material in lead-lined containers in their possession, and were chased by police in a shootout in a parking lot... Today, they were released on bail and are expected to show up in court next month. Good luck finding them. No other information has been released, other than they had parts to an industrial nuclear bomb, whatever that is. No info on where they got it, if there are others, how big it is, and how lethal it might be. Of course, guesses are Pakistan, Iran, India, or Brazil top the charts as to where it might have come from, just because North Korea is too closed off. South Africa would be my last choice on where to sell it, but it probably was smuggled in during the World Cup by agents from Iran, as I remember reading on an Israeli intelligence site that agents had been dispatched to cause trouble during the World Cup. And there were the conventional bombings in Uganda attributed al-Shabab... And no word on who bribed the judge to let these men out on bail, where they will have a month to disappear from view...