Anthrax Attacks

A Repository of News On The US Anthrax Attacks


The FBI "thinks" it had their man, but contrary evidence and many scientific colleagues say differently.

NewsFocus: It's interesting to see how the story quickly changed on the anthrax attacks, once it was discovered that this highly weaponized agent was manufactured in the US, in an Army lab at Ft. Detrick, MD. It was impossible for foreign terrorists to manufacture the type of spores used in these attacks. Highly specialized machines and dryers were needed. These aren't readily available to just anyone. The US military is one of the few to possess this type of equipment. The anthrax was traced back to Ft. Detrick, right here in the US, so that eliminates foreign threats. Once that was determined, the powers that be (TPTB) switched gears and tried to blame it on innocent military workers. They ruined the lives of innocent Americans to try and cover their tracks.

Look at who was targeted in the attacks, Democrats on Capitol Hill and some media facilities. They went after the Democrats because they wanted to influence their vote for the Patriot Act. They went after the media because they would spread the story out of their own fear. It was the anthrax attacks, not 9/11 per se, that tipped the Congress to vote overwhelmingly for the anti-Constitutional Patriot Act. The anthrax attacks were nothing more than another component to initiate fear with which TPTB could attack the US Constitution and our Bill of Rights with. Period. It was a false flag attack on the US, just like the 9/11 attacks.

An interesting note on the anthrax attacks: Coincidentally enough, Rudy Giuliani and other New York City officials went into business together after 9/11. They formed a new venture known as Giuliani Partners. Among their many services are security, public safety, and emergency preparedness, to name but just a few, but they also started a company called BioOne, that specialized in cleaning up anthrax! What are the odds?

When you pick a business venture, you pick a lucrative market that exists, or will soon exist, where you can make a steady profit. Since we had no prior anthrax attacks or threats in America previously, why the hell would Giuliani and partners decide to go into business cleaning up anthrax?

The Giuliani team includes these former key New York City officials:

  • Former Police Commissioner, Bernard Kerik

  • Former Fire Commissioner, Thomas Von Essen

  • Former OEM Commissioner, Richard Sheirer.

These are obviously some very key figures from 9/11.

By the way, OEM is the Office of Emergency Management, the agency credited with warning Rudy that the towers were actually going to fall.

Rudy and his new team later established a bio-hazard clean-up company called BioOne to disinfect anthrax contaminated buildings, allowing Rudy to actually profit from the terror attacks immediately following 9/11. BioOne cleaned up the last building to be disinfected after the anthrax attacks, the American Media building in Boca Raton, Florida. BioOne then took over the building.

Bruce Ivins's Lawyer, Colleagues, Share Details FBI Left Out
It Takes Two Days To Die From A Tylenol Overdose; Antidote Was Available
The Frederick News-Post, by Megan Eckstein - 113010

Nine years have passed since five people were killed and 17 sickened by anthrax spores mailed to lawmakers and news outlets, and it's been nine months since the FBI closed its investigation into those attacks.

But new information about the anthrax, the investigation and the suspect still continue to emerge.

On Nov. 29, the University of California's Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation hosted a seminar on the Amerithrax investigation. Experts have spent years doubting that Fort Detrick scientist Bruce Ivins committed the crime, as the FBI alleges, but they have never gathered to share their knowledge and theories until Monday's meeting at the university's Washington Center. ...

Amerithrax experts debate FBI findings, insist Ivins was innocent

VIDEO: Anthrax Experts Discuss FBI's Investigation, Ivins' Innocence

NewsFocus: In light of the disturbing news on the length of time it takes for the liver to fail in a Tylenol overdose, is it possible some FBI officials may have opted to let Ivins die, in order to close the case pre-maturely? Ivins should not have died from Tylenol.

Microbiologist: Anthrax Numbers Don't Add Up
Impossible For Ivins To Grow That Many Spores In Short Amount of Time, by Gary Matsumoto - 042310

Other biodefense scientists who didn't work with Ivins have done the same calculations and reached the exact same conclusion as Dr. Heine

A microbiologist who supervised the work of accused anthrax killer Bruce E. Ivins explained to a National Academy of Sciences panel Thursday why the arithmetic of growing anthrax didn't add up to Ivins' mailing deadly spores in fall 2001.

"Impossible," said Dr. Henry S. Heine of a scenario in which Ivins, another civilian microbiologist working for the Army, allegedly prepared the anthrax spores at an Army lab at Fort Detrick. Heine told the 16-member panel that Ivins would have had to grow as many as 10 trillion spores, an astronomical amount that couldn't have gone unnoticed by his colleagues.

According to FBI calculations, Ivins accomplished this working after-hours in a special suite for handling lethal agents designated B3, for Biohazard Level 3. A bar chart released by the bureau [1] (PDF) when it closed its nearly 9-year-old Amerithrax case in February showed that in August and September 2001, the months immediately before the first anthrax letters were mailed, Ivins logged 34 more hours in the B3 suite than his combined total for the previous seven months.

"That's more than 8,000 hours (close to a year) short of what he would have needed to grow the anthrax," Heine told ProPublica in an interview after his NAS presentation. ...

Colleagues Dispute Case Against Anthrax Suspect, by SCOTT SHANE - April 22, 2010
WASHINGTON — A former Army microbiologist who worked for years with Bruce E. Ivins, whom the F.B.I. has blamed for the anthrax letter attacks that killed five people in 2001, told a National Academy of Sciences panel on Thursday that he believed it was impossible that the deadly spores had been produced undetected in Dr. Ivins’s laboratory, as the F.B.I. asserts.

Asked by reporters after his testimony whether he believed that there was any chance that Dr. Ivins, who committed suicide in 2008, had carried out the attacks, the microbiologist, Henry S. Heine, replied, “Absolutely not.” At the Army’s biodefense laboratory in Maryland, where Dr. Ivins and Dr. Heine worked, he said, “among the senior scientists, no one believes it.” ...

Glenn Greenwald On The Anthrax Story

Co-worker: Ivins didn't do it

NewsFocus: "Oh Lucy (FBI)... you gotta lotta 'splainin' to do."
Re-open this case that should never have been closed and catch the real perpetrators who did this solely to scare us just so they could get the Patriot Act passed. "We the people" demand that you do your duty and arrest these domestic intel terrorists.

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