2. "one of the ... most toxic space derelicts ever to crash to Earth"
I wonder what sort of toxicity is being referred to here.
The spacecraft does contain a few ounces of plutonium, which might be dispersed in the air, or it might survive the trip through the atmosphere and contaminate the land or water where the parts of the spacecraft end up.
There are also tons of ordinary liquid rocket fuel & oxidizer; these chemicals are often described as toxic, but they probably burned up in the atmosphere.
"W" is for "War criminal", "Worst president in US history", and "Walker", as in "George Walker Bush".
Vir sapiens non mingit in ventum.
"Once the rockets are up, who cares where they come down? That's not my department, says Wernher von Braun" - Tom Lehrer