Nuclear secrets: the Dutch whistleblower who tried to stop Pakistan’s bomb
Simon Kuper shares the remarkable story of Frits Veerman, and how he tried to change history. He first warned Dutch authorities in 1973 about the suspicious activities of his colleague AQ Khan. Not only was he ignored, but it also cost him his job and reputation. Author and Financial Times columnist, Simon Kuper, talks to Veerman decades after the incidents and finds out what really happened.
From Financial Times