Nadezhda Kutepova had fought for the rights of the residents of a town in the Chelyabinsk region. The young mother of 4 lost her parents to cancer’s contracted after exposure to radioactive materials at the USSR nuclear weapons fuel production plants near Ozersk int he Ural mountains. A 1957 disaster was kept secret until 1994 and recently compensation was cut off. Kutepova brought law suits against the Russian government but fell afoul of Russian president Vladimir Putin and had to leave her country for exile. hear her story next up on The Torch. Part 2 of the Torch we feature Michael D’Antonio author of The Truth About Trump a damning account based on personal interviews with the man who would be king.