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

* DXer … the DOJ continues to interfere with lawful production of documents under FOIA

Posted by DXer on April 4, 2010


The FBI’s case against Dr. Bruce Ivins has been demonstrated to be bogus. Someone should be held accountable for either failure to solve the case or covering up the true perpetrators. What really happened? I offer one fictional scenario in my novel CASE CLOSED, judged by many readers, including one highly respected official in the U.S. Intelligence Community, as “quite plausible.”

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what is this man hiding?

From DXer …

  • It is quite incredible that United States Attorney sought to  turn Dr. Ivins’ overtime into evidence of his guilt while at the same time the United States Department of Justice refuses (through the AUSA Rachel Carlson Lieber   and the US Attorney spokesman)  to produce the handwritten notes that Dr. Ivins contemporaneously made about his observations on 5 of those days (about his work at the lab).
  • It is also outrageous that the false claims were made about overtime by the US Attorneys Office while the office interfered with USAMRIID production and delayed it for the past 2 years.
  • I’ve asked USAMRIID to preserve all emails showing who is responsible for the delay in the production of Dr. Ivins 7 years of emails.  So far we know only the Army people.


2 Responses to “* DXer … the DOJ continues to interfere with lawful production of documents under FOIA”

  1. DXer said

    House panel wants Homeland Security documents
    The Associated Press
    Sunday, January 16, 2011; 8:45 PM

    Last summer, officials said fewer than 500 requests were vetted by political officials. The department received about 103,000 requests for information in a recent 12-month period.

    The agency’s directive said political appointees wanted to see FOIA requests for “awareness purposes,” regardless of who had filed them. The AP reported that the agency’s career employees were told to provide political appointees with information about who requested documents, where they lived, whether they were reporters and where they worked.

  2. DXer said

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