CASE CLOSED … what really happened in the 2001 anthrax attacks?

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* 55 flasks of anthrax prep … now where can I hide these?

Posted by Lew Weinstein on July 29, 2009

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Here’s what readers say about CASE CLOSED  …

“Lew’s  story is a quick read. In July 2008 a physician employee of the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases dies. The FBI immediately not only declares the death a suicide, but also announces that the doctor had been their prime suspect in the 2001 anthrax murders by mail. “I don’t @#$%ing think so!” says the director of the nation’s Defense intelligence Agency (DIA) and a covert investigation of the FBI itself begins.”

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Anonymous Scientist writes …

  • I calculated that it would take at least 55 litres of liquid preparations to make enough spores for the attacks.
  • You would use a 2 liter flask half full – so you’d need 55 of them.
  • This pictorial representation demonstrates the enormity of the task of keeping such work concealed.
  • The alternative would be to prepare one flask at a time over an estimated 35 weeks as Jeff Adamovicz calculated.

Dr. Bruce Ivins

Dr. Bruce Ivins

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* even if the FBI now finally “closes” the anthrax case, it cannot be a CASE CLOSED until we know what needs to be known.

* What does a novel have to do with the real anthrax case?

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* more from Dr. Bruce Ivins

Posted by Lew Weinstein on July 29, 2009

More from Dr. Bruce Ivins  (courtesy of DXer) …

Dr. Bruce ivins

Dr. Bruce Ivins

May 10, 2002

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