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* from DXer … what the FBI did not do … and won’t let the NAS do either (bad science or no science)

Posted by DXer on March 12, 2010


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from DXer …

what the FBI did not do …

and won’t let the NAS do either

(bad science or no science)


Excerpts from a comment by DXer adding to the post … * from DXer … the DOJ should disclose the 2004 article provided by Dr. Bruce Ivins to the FBI regarding silica and Bacillus spore suspensions

  • isotopic analysis … The isotopes did not support their FBI Theory and so the FBI did not even present it to the NAS so that the NAS could review their conclusion that it was inconclusive.
  • the copier in the library … one more example: when the examination of the copier in the library shows it was not the copier used, the lawyer nonetheless includes it in the accusatory Summary without disclosing that the science shows that it was NOT the copier used. Then the FBI does not have the NAS review that evidence that is exculpatory.
  • Federal Eagle envelope … the Federal Eagle envelope issue is far more narrowing than the genetics; yet the science is not presented to the NAS for review.
  • creating aerosol powderthere is not even a single expert on the (NAS) panel qualified to address the central issue of creating an aerosol powder

So it is not surprising that the lengthy FBI summary

doesn’t rely on any science.


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