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

* Bio Prep Watch reports on anthrax seminar … Colleagues defend Ivins’ innocence

Posted by Lew Weinstein on December 7, 2010

Dr. John Ezzell, Lew Weinstein, Ross Getman, Dr. Meryl Nass, Paul Kemp and Dr. James Van de Velde at the November 29 anthrax seminar sponsored by the University of California Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation and the UC Washington Center

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Pat Dulnier of BioPrepWatch.com reports (12/6) …

  • Former U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease researcher John Ezzell and attorney Paul Kemp recently made detailed statements about the 2001 anthrax case that affected 17 people and killed five.
  • The statements, made during a seminar at the University of California’s Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, come nine months after the FBI closed its case on the Amerithrax investigation, the Frederick News-Post reports.
  • The innocence of accused scientist, Bruce Ivins, who died in 2008 from an intentional Tylenol PM overdose, has been debated by experts who do not believe the evidence against the Fort Detrick employee proves his guilt.
  • The seminar was the first time that these experts had gathered to share their theories and knowledge.
  • Ivins’ attorney Paul Kemp made a statement about confusion between Ivins and the FBI that the latter used to damage Ivins’ case.
  • According to Kemp, the FBI damaged the original sample of anthrax that Ivins had sent.

http://www.bioprepwatch.com/news/223066-colleagues-defend-ivins-innocence

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LMW COMMENT …

Congratulations to seminar organizer Ken Dillon and to the University of California IGCC and UC Washington Center for their role in keeping this case alive. The FBI doesn’t want this discussion to go on, but it is in the interests of our nation that it does.

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One Response to “* Bio Prep Watch reports on anthrax seminar … Colleagues defend Ivins’ innocence”

  1. Old Atlantic said

    I notice a DVD of the seminar is available at cost. Will the government polygraph college students to find out if they order it?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/12/04/state-department-to-colum_n_792059.html

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