In the department of "you can't make this stuff up" there is a report in the June issue of Esquire magazine that the Palisades nuclear plant in Michigan employed Rambo, or at least someone who thinks he is Rambo. Even more interesting the Michigan job is the second this guy held as a security director at a nuclear power plant. According to the magazine William E. Clark also worked at the Seabrook plant in New Hampshire.
Clark reportedly made up fantastic stories about being a paid assassin and having worked as a mercenary in an impossible combination of dangerous places for political celebrities of all kinds. With his cover blown Mr. Clark is no longer working as a security chief in the nuclear industry, but his troubles aren't over.
Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA) is hot on his trail and is hopping mad demanding answers from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission about how Clark got hired in the first place. In a press release Markey wants to know whether Clark was more of a danger to the plants he worked at than the threats he was supposed to protect them from in the first place.
Markey certainly gets one thing right. He calls it a "bizarre episode."