The Bush administration won’t share information needed to prosecute nuclear smugglers, Swiss prosecutors said this week. The Swiss have been trying to put together a case against three alleged members of the nuclear weapons smuggling network run by disgraced Pakistani nuclear expert Abdul Qadeer Khan. The three Swiss businessmen are accused of supplying Khan with components for enriching uranium. So far, over the course of a year, the U.S. has ignored four official requests for documents and other evidence, the Swiss said. The Justice Department had no comment.
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