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

Archive for January 30th, 2010

* Amerithrax depositions from the Hatfill case … courtesy of DXer

Posted by DXer on January 30, 2010

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Amerithrax depositions … courtesy of DXer


Amerithrax depositions … Vol 1

testimony of Dwight Adams, John Ashcroft, Timothy Beres, Gary Boyd (SAIC), Tom Carey

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 2

testimony of Edward Cogswell, Barbara Comstock, Mark Corallo, Deborah Daniels, Darrell Darnell, Arthur Eberhart, James Fitzgerald

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 3

testimony of Bradley Garrett, Stephen Guillot, Van Harp, Steven Hatfill

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 4

testimony of Tracy Henke, Roscoe Howard, Michael Isikoff, Daniel Klaidman, Kenneth Kohl

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 5

testimony of Michael Kortan, Nicholas Kristof, Richard Lambert, Allan Lengel

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 6

testimony of Tony Loci, Robert Mueller, Peter Mueller, Virginia Patrick, Channing Phillips, James Reynolds

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 7

testimony of Brian Ross, Robert Roth, Daniel Seikaly

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 8

testimony of Bryan Sierra, James Stewart, Rex Stockham, Vic Walter, Debra Weierman

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 9

newspaper articles

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 10

discovery responses

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 11

miscellaneous exhibits, including but not limited to internal FBI documents

Amerithrax depositions … Vol 12

miscellaneous materials


FBI announces - August 8, 2008 - that Dr. Bruce Ivins is the sole perpetrator and the case will soon be closed


This case, a lawsuit brought by Steven Hatfill to protest the FBI’s designation of him as a “person of interest” in the investigation of the 2001 anthrax attack, resulted in a $5.8 million settlement paid by the government.

A short while later, after Dr. Bruce Ivins had allegedly committed suicide and could no longer defend himself, the FBI announced that Dr. Ivins (and not Hatfill) was the sole perpetrator of the 2001 anthrax attacks.

Some of us find the FBI’s case against Dr. Ivins to be weak and unsubstantiated; eighteen months after announcing that the Amerithrax case would soon be closed, the case is apparently still open.



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