The “Warsaw Poland” notes are the smoking gun showing that the President of the California Public Utilities Commission, Michael Peevey, met secretly with Southern California Edison to craft a bailout of the failed nuclear reactors at San Onofre. The illicit deal was struck in a hotel room at the Bristol Hotel in Warsaw Poland. Nearly every one of the nine “deal points” was later ratified by the California Public Utilities Commission. The judge in the case, Melanie Darling, outsourced the public hearings to private parties who concluded the dirty deal in a secretly negotiated out-of-court settlement.
The “RSGs” or “Replacement Steam Generators” failed 11 months after they were installed because SCE deceived the Nuclear Regulatory Commission by stating that the generators were “like for like” (identical) replacements of the original design. The truth is that SCE stripped out vital safety features from the generators to increase their horsepower, making the generators an unlicensed experimental design. When the generators began to spew deadly radioactive water, SCE shut them down, and successfully charged the ratepayers for a mistake that should have been paid for by SCE’s investors.
See also: Search Warrant and Return Inventory of a search of the then-president of the California Public Utilities Commission house.