By WILLIAM J. BROAD New York Times
Sister Megan Rice, 82, is one of three people arrested in a break-in at a nuclear complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
She has been arrested 40 or 50 times for acts of civil disobedience and once served six months in prison. In the Nevada desert, she and other peace activists knelt down to block a truck rumbling across the government?s nuclear test site, prompting the authorities to take her into custody. Continue reading “The Nun Who Broke Into the Nuclear Sanctum”