From the NYT:
Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani scientist who sold nuclear technology around the world, has told his interrogators that during a trip to North Korea five years ago he was taken to a secret underground nuclear plant and shown what he described as three nuclear devices, according to Asian and American officials who have been briefed by the Pakistanis.
If Dr. Khan’s report is true, it would be the first time that any foreigner has reported inspecting an actual North Korean nuclear weapon. Past C.I.A. assessments of North Korea’s nuclear capacity have been based on estimates of how much plutonium it could produce and assessments of its technical capability to turn that plutonium into weapons.
All we need is a map grid of the site, and a flight of three B-2 Spirits with bunker-busting mini-nukes. . .
Speaking of Will Collier, I’m sure he could give us a better idea of the necessary flight package.
So how ’bout it, Will?