Skip to comments.The Saga of Michael Buhrman and Landon Brittain (2 senior nuke plant operators life of crime)
Posted on 10/30/2013 11:02:28 AM PDT by ransomnote
Michael Buhrman, 31, began his career in the nuclear industry after being honorably discharged in from the Navy nuclear program in 2005, where he had worked as a reactor operator and nuclear electronics technician.
After watching the movie, The Town featuring Ben Affleck, which features four friends who decide to rob a bank, Buhrman was inspired to feed his adrenaline through a life of crime. The well-paid senior reactor operator started attempting to recruit other workers at the Dresden nuclear power plant in order to form a gang to rob banks to get back at the system.
Buhrman did succeed in recruiting at least one other worker, Landon Brittain, a senior reactor operator at the Dresden nuclear power plant. Landon Brittain, 31, had studied at Washington University in St. Louis, and was living in Joliet, Illinois while working at the Dresden nuclear power plant.
From conspirators to criminals
On Wednesday, May 9th, 2012, around 10:00 pm, Michael Buhrman and Landon Brittain were preparing to commit a brazen crime. The plan hatched by Buhrman was to hijack a car and use the stolen vehicle for a planned assault and ultimately a bank robbery in the small town of Hammond, Illinois.
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"The well-paid senior reactor operator started attempting to recruit other workers at the Dresden nuclear power plant in order to form a gang to rob banks to get back at the system."
He shoulda stayed at the plant.
What better way to achieve the goal of “Power to the People”?
I’m guessing he’s a leftie - they always try to conceal their greed behind a facade of empowerment.
Now, defenestrate yourself out the nearest open window!
It just doesn’t have the same impact in a single story building...
Now twice, for good measure.
There’s a gaydar alert in there somewhere.