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* Witnesses DXer recommends present at next NAS meeting on Review of Amerithrax Science

Posted by DXer on April 13, 2010

The FBI’s case against Dr. Ivins is clearly bogus: no evidence, no witnesses, an impossible timeline. The real question is why the FBI persists in sticking to such a pathetic story. What are they hiding? I offer one “fictional” scenario in my novel CASE CLOSED, judged by many readers, including a highly respected official in the U.S. Intelligence Community, as “quite plausible.”

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DXer recommends  as witnesses for the 5th Meeting on the Review of Scientific Approaches Used By the FBI In The Amerithrax Investigation:
(1) FBI scientist Dr. Bartick be called re photocopy toner examination ;

(2) FBI scientist Dr. Rex Stockham be called on use of bloodhounds and Transfer Scent Unit-100; and

(3)  FBI’s anthrax expert at USAMRIID, John Ezzell,  who examined the mailed anthrax for the FBI.  He tells me made dried powder using anthrax from Flask 1029 that had been gamma irradiated.  He made it at the request of DARPA and gave it to the Johns Hopkins researchers.  He used a lyophilizer on the spores that were gamma irradiated while in the slurry.  His testimony is critical to a proper understanding of the issues.

(4) the FBI’s top expert on polygraphs.  see reliance on evidence in Investigative Summary in rationalizing that Dr. Ivins used countermeasures in passing polygraphs;

(5)   Drs. Hedlund, Dr. Adamovicz and Dr. Andrews, all former Chiefs of the Bacteriology Division, could present, as well as Dr. Heine who recently was interviewed on these issues; and

(6)  Although it should be in a closed presentation, Dr. John Kiel, who headed the Air Force lab, could testify about the controlled experiments his lab did on the reason for the silicon signature.  They involved a silanizing solution in the slurry before drying. He is an expert in making anthrax simulant, whose lab  in April 2007 did controlled experiments on the precise question presented — it is important he be invited to present if he hasn’t already done so.


You can register to attend

the open sessions of this meeting


Thursday, April 22, 2010

1:00-3:45 pm


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