This brief interview with Jack Weaver is a follow-up to one that took place in 1998 (OH1516). Conversation focuses on the possibility that Rocky Flats can be cleaned up, as promised, by the year 2006. Jack talks about his own doubts and his reasons for questioning the timetable as well as the planning. He calls attention to the lack of historic knowledge being applied to the site?s decontamination and deconstruction.
This interview is part of a series of interviews about the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant.
Listen to CD and view transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.