Last summer, a drifter, a house painter, and an octogenarian nun broke into one of America's most-secure nuclear weapons facilities. Their aim, fortunately, wasn't to steal nuclear secrets or enriched uranium, but rather to peacefully protest. The event was seen as a major security breach and caused the facility to go into a lockdown not seen since the aftermath of 9/11. Almost a year on, The Washington Post has immortalized the trio's story in an extensive feature titled The Prophets of Oak Ridge.