The Duma got all worked up about the arrest of Evgeny Adamov, the former minister of Minatom. In today's conspiracy-theory-riddled word of Russian politics, the deputies see a U.S. plot to get access to Russia's most sensitive nuclear secrets. But some proposals have been outrageous and outright bizarre even by the (extremely low) Duma standards - one deputy suggested that the Russian special services should attack the prison in Switzerland to set Adamov free. Or, if they couldn't free him, just shoot him, so the nuclear secrets will be protected. Maybe next time they will suggest dropping a nuclear bomb on the prison?