I agree. Which OU had control of the space? Where's the dirt? Is even there a single decent paparazzo left in science reporting?
I give kudos to the selection of the "special projects" building though*. Nothing like a remote corner of campus with sloped earthwork embankments around all the lab windows for doing something like this. Do you realize how much of a success this indicates for NIST's culture of safety (which they've been working hard on ever since that little Pu oops in Boulder)? Even their alleged illicit activity takes safety into consideration (although the explosion indicates the potential perp. missed something in the hazard analysis - but hey, what do you expect from criminals).
*For those that don't know, that was a politically clever rename of the hazards building, similar to how they also came up with the Center for Neutron Research name.