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Nuclear waste can oligarch Kris Pal Singh of Holtec International has a son named Kris Pal Singh Jr. Junior loves to spend millions at a time on fast cars. This Lamborghini is probably too cheap for him. He paid over $4 million for one.

We will let the interested reader figure out how many multi-million dollar cars he has purchased. And, where the money comes from. Here’s a start:

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDDgL0WvtEs

Link: https://youtu.be/ivR3OuV6ll0
https://archive.li/https://onn.network/6287/meet-the-exceptional-car-collector-kris-singh-the-sole-owner-of-koenigseggs-agera-xs/

The article, below, mentions Holtec and Norcross. The info about this Kris Singh, Jr., mentions Tequesta. There are other sources that link Tequesta and Holtec, as well.
Kris Singh sells stake in Philadelphia Inquirer The South Asian Times
Jan 13, 2014 Singh’s son, Krishna P. Singh II, who led the family’s involvement in the newspaper through its firm Tequesta Investment LLC and was a managing director of IGM …
https://archive.li/5aZyE


Tequesta Capital was established in Delaware in 2014, with a subsidary in Florida: https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_fl/M14000007094

Oligarch is rule by the few. For spent nuclear fuel canister-cask systems, currently licensed by the US govt, there’s Holtec, French govt owned Areva (now Orano), and maybe one more still licensed. From our understanding, Holtec belongs to Kris Singh, Sr. However, since it is private, no one really knows who owns it. He appears to be more than the CEO, however.

Holtec should not be able to use a highly regulated and publicly funded industry to make profits, but to refuse to provide information about the cask business….,” argued US government attorneys, apparently to no avail. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/07/26/holtec-refused-to-make-costs-profits-available-to-us-government-but-wants-permission-to-bury-high-level-nuclear-waste-in-new-mexico-comment-deadline-july-30th-11-59-pm The US should require private companies employed by the public sector to turn over information.

The top picture is apparently a cheaper Lamborghini: “Lamborghini Aventador (V12 6.5 700 hp) at Magny Cours” Date 8 October 2016, 17:31 By Guillaume Vachey-released to the public domain via Wikimedia https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lamborghini_Aventador_(39407468241).jpg