'Ukrainian' Hackers Claim Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Plant Accident Way Worse Than Reported, Allege Top-Level Cover Up, Publish Documents



The Zaporizhia [alkso spelled Zaporizhzhya, Zaporozhya, Zaporizhye, etc.)
 Nuclear Power Station (Ukrainian: Запорізька АЕС) in Enerhodar, Ukraine, is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and the fifth largest in the world.  
Wikipedia /Wikimedia.
Note Well: 
The below is excerpted from (another) blog for those who value critical thought and the scientific method, 
not for those who skim to repaste sensationalized half truths. 
So good thing all of you know to look before you leap, 
and already have your thinking caps on  --  

There will be updates.  The released files themselves will be a matter for the first update.  There is much corroborating the evidence below, even in addition to Michaël Van Brœkhoven's former research (a mirror of which material is the next thing I will br doing, given how his blog has seemingly been censored ever since, oh, the issues at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power plant began last month.) 


Update#1: The (badly edited) video appended.

Note about the 'hackers,' those releasing these dox. Judging from their video, they are either Anonymous affiliated, or want to be considered as such.  Anonymous makes excellent (if dramatic) videos sometimes; this is not one of them.  The video is very very bad, looks made by someone young and/or new to, if not video editing, certainly the nuclear debate.  

This is no sin, merely makes the video seem sensationalist and bad, like tabloids online and off.  But the dox exist, I have seen them, will be attempting to further verify authenticity, and linking.


All of this in future updates. 

Now, from Michaël Van Brœkhoven's blog, "Not All Alleged Is Apparent…":



"Allegedly Apparent" is the blog of © Michaël Van Broekhoven, offering opinion, reflections and art; as well as providing easy access to radiation monitors, weather and earthquake data. Content range is broad, from physical sciences and current affairs to new age ideas, fiction, and shamanic explorations. — Please do not quote or repost anything without first reading and abiding by the Disclaimer.

....According to a sensationalistically-edited YouTube video, an alleged “Ukrainian hacker”, calling himself “Cyber Riot Novorossiya“, show leaked [hacked] communications strongly suggesting a cover-up of a nuclear accident, far more serious than was reported in mainstream media.  ...
The video that alerted me of these allegations is titled “Truth about Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant accident: correspondence of the plant’s Director General Tishchenko” [= skip to supposed emails:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3P5It2zW8s#t=85] and has been mentioned on the Ulrich Hartmann Blog [in German] and by Doubt Tank / Doubting Steven Blog [English], and probably elsewhere as well.    Screenshot from [95% pathetic editing – imo] video:  
The original SOURCE of this appears to be by people describing themselves as, “We are waging information war on the fascist and puppet government of Ukraine. We intend to make public all their darkest secrets. ...

As per my DISCLAIMER, I cannot vouch for external information sources, ...while I cannot verify their authenticity – I’m struck by the fact that they come rather close to what I have been suspecting:  that an experiment with Westinghouse nuclear fuel rods went terribly wrong at the Zoporizhia NPP and that as a result a radiation cloud was released across Europe, and effectively covered up (except for the few rumors and small articles mentioned already (with quotes and screenshots too)).
If these are truly actual communication that occurred between the chief engineer/director of this nuclear plant and his staff, then they sure were in quite the panic over the (made-up if you believe these messages) “harmless short circuit”…
First a quick who’s-who:
!  The Allegedly Hacked Communications between Vyacheslav Tishchenko and his subordinates… 
I took some screenshots on my visit into these ‘hacked files’ and include their rough Google Translations alongside with them.  So below, I’m sharing Screenshot + Russian copy-paste + the Google-Translated English version.  The English will be poor, but good enough to get the gist.    There’s 3 files:  Nov 28,  Nov 29 & Dec 2 (2014).  You can read through them yourselves by going to the source [link below --ed]
These are excerpts that stood out for me [my emphasis]:
  • Nov 28, 2014 
Russian text:  Блядь, мне какого хрена сразу не сообщили? Ты понимаешь, чем это нам грозит? ?? Сядем все, и ты в том числе! Выезжаю, буду через пол часа
English version according to Google Translator:  Damn, what the fuck I was not informed immediately? Do you understand what it is we are facing? ?? All sit down, and you included! I leave, I’ll be half an hour
In this case the Russian text is about the same as the English version, and mentions, “The window title: Westinghouse – Nuclear | Westinghouse Electric Company> Operating Plants> Replacement Parts> Customer Service Contacts – Yandex
Clipboard: 724-771-2305
A reverse search for that phone number indeed leads to Westinghouse’s Nuclear Replacement Parts Customer Service:
  • Nov 29, 2014
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, Не ной, ты же понимаешь, что у меня никто ничего не спрашивал!   Від Федор Красногоров, Я еще тогда говорил, что это плохо кончится, нужно было провести испытания, там не только с уплотнителями проблема, но еще и с топливом.
English version according to Google Translator:  Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, not Noah, you know that I have no one to ask! Od Fyodor Krasnogorov, then I have to say that it would end badly, it was necessary to test, there is not only a problem with the seals, but also with the fuel.
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, Федор, как там у вас дела?
Від Федор Красногоров, Дела, Вячеслав Алексеевич, у нас неважные… Уплотнители верхнего блока не справляются с нагрузками, похоже, мы доигрались с этими левыми материалами.
English version according to Google Translator:  Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, Fedor, how are you doing?   Od Fyodor Krasnogorov, Cases, Vyacheslav A., we unimportant … Sealers upper unit does not handle the load, it looks like we finished badly with these materials left.
  • Dec. 2, 2014
Russian text:    Від Вячеслав Тищенко, Сказано молчать, будем молчать   […]  Від Василий Турбаевский, Вячеслав Алексеевич! Вы понимаете что молчать уже нельзя? Это же катастрофа! Тут на сотню километров вокруг ничего живого не останется!!! Небо, блядь, уже светится!  […]  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, Не наводи панику!  […]  Василий, меня срочно вызвали в Киев, разруливайте без меня
English version according to Google Translator:   Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, is said to be silent, be silent  […]  Od Basil Turbaevsky, Vyacheslav A.!  You understand that we can not be silent?  This is a disaster!  Here for a hundred miles around there will be nothing alive !!! Sky, damn, already lit! […]  Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, Do not panic!  […]  Basil, I was urgently summoned to Kiev resolves without me
Russian text:  […]  Від Василий Турбаевский, Что делать с персоналом? Людей надо эвакуировать, радиация зашкаливает!  […]  Від Василий Турбаевский, Да и местных надо предупредить, мы уже начали сбрасывать в водохранилище воду из системы охлаждения. Тут очень скоро будет второй Чернобыль.
English version according to Google Translator:  […]  Od Basil Turbaevsky what to do with the staff? People need to be evacuated, radiation rolls!  […]   Od Basil Turbaevsky, and local should be warned, we have already started to drop in the reservoir water from the cooling system. Then very soon will be the second Chernobyl.
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, нам теперь лучше молчать, иначе поедем на Донбас добровольцами. понял меня?
English version according to Google Translator:   Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, we are now better to remain silent, otherwise go to the Donbas volunteers. understand me?
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, Дзвінок закінчено, надіслано 2 Декабрь 2014 г. 08:55:39    Від Василий Турбаевский, Вячеслав Алексеевич, у нас утечка!, надіслано 2 Декабрь 2014 г. 08:57:09
English version according to Google Translator:  From Vyacheslav Tishchenko, call finished, to 2 December 2014 8:55:39 h   Vasyl Turbaevskyy, Vyacheslav Alekseevych, We are leaking!, 2 December 2014 8:57:09
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Тищенко, скажи, короткое замыкание или еще какая-нибудь хуйня
English version according to Google Translator:   Od Vyacheslav Tishchenko, say, a short circuit or even some kind of garbage
Russian text:  Від Вячеслав Стефанский, Вячеслав Алексеевич, как только вы уехали, сюда журналисты приперлись. […]  Від Вячеслав Стефанский, у КПП ошиваются […] Від Вячеслав Стефанский, что им сказать?
English version according to Google Translator:   Od Vyacheslav Stefano, Vyacheslav A. as soon as you left, here journalists cornered. […]   Od Vyacheslav Stefano, at Checkpoint oshivayutsya […]   Od Vyacheslav Stefano what to tell them?

Read more-- (All referenced materials hyperlinked at source):
Ukrainian Hackers Claim Zaporizhia Nuclear Accident Communications, 
mentioning Radiation Leak, warn of “Second Chernobyl” – Не наводи панику

He adds in an update, for contrast, the 'official story:'

According to mainstream news wire, like TASS, the latest (dec 26, 2014) is that, “Ukraine to repair two units of Zaporizhia NPP in February” (unit 2 & 5) and about unit 3: “On December 5, the Zaporizhia NPP finished the repairs at unit 3.” 



NOTE: THIS IS NOT A FULL MIRROR OF QUOTED POST. 
FOR FULL TEXT, PRIMARY SOURCES, AND OTHER SUPPORTING MATERIAL 
LIKE LINKS WHERE YOU CAN 
DOWNLOAD LEAKED DOX,  

And if you can, download everything just in case.


Update #1:


The Video -- 


Not exactly up to Anonymous' usual snuff;
do yourself a favor, start at t=85.


Also uploaded, by these same hackers presumably, to Youtube, by иберОполчение |Новороссия|, translated by Google as Russian for CyberMilitia | Novorossia.

This is their channel page, as in, this is all they have uploaded:



As I do not want to make a hasty judgement, I will confine myself to collecting all the source materials in this case, over the next day or so.










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