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* Dick Cheney’s “real” world gets ever closer to the “fictional” scenario of my novel CASE CLOSED

Posted by DXer on July 12, 2009

CASE CLOSED

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why did the FBI fail to solve the 2001 anthrax case?

CASE CLOSED offers a “fictional” answer

* buy CASE CLOSED

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Dick Cheney’s “real” world gets ever closer

to the “fictional” scenario of my novel CASE CLOSED

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Scott Shane writes in the NYT (7/12/09) …

  • The Central Intelligence Agency withheld information about a secret counterterrorism program from Congress for eight years on direct orders from former Vice President Dick Cheney, the agency’s director, Leon E. Panetta, has told the Senate and House intelligence committees, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said Saturday.

Read the entire article at … http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/12/us/politics/12intel.html?hp

LMW COMMENT …

The more we know about Dick Cheney’s “real” world, the closer it comes to the “fictional” cheneyworld I created in my novel CASE CLOSED.

In my novel, I started out with the obvious fact that the FBI, in announcing that Dr. Bruce Ivins was the sole perpetrator of the 2001 anthrax attacks, was not presenting a conclusion it could support with actual evidence. The question I address in CASE CLOSED is why the FBI would particpate in such a deception.

Those who have read CASE CLOSED know that my “fictional” theory was that the FBI failed to solve the case because they were told not to solve it.

  • Who would have the power to divert the FBI from a truthful investigation?
  • Why would someone with such power not want the truth to emerge?
  • And how close is the evidence of Cheney’s actual suppression of the CIA to the “fictional” suppession of the FBI in CASE CLOSED?

RELATED POST: what does a novel have to do with the real anthrax case? … https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2009/07/01/what-does-a-novel-have-to-do-with-the-real-anthrax-case/

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