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

Archive for January 2nd, 2011

* DXer … Dr. Ivins’ very solid alibis … apparently never fully investigated by the FBI … does anyone besides Congressman Holt care?

Posted by DXer on January 2, 2011

Dr. Ivins, even posthumously, deserves to have the truth known ... these men have the power to see that done ... unfortunately, Congressman Rush Holt seems to be the only one who still cares


Congressman Rush Holt

see previous posts regarding Congressman Holt …

* have FBI Director Mueller and Congressman Holt met? if not, is a meeting scheduled?

* Congressman Holt’s letter to FBI Director Mueller: ” … it now appears that the FBI—which has consistently botched and bungled this case from the beginning—may be seeking to try to steer or otherwise pressure the NAS panel to reach a conclusion desired by the Bureau. I ask that you meet with me this week to explain the FBI’s troubling conduct in this matter …”


DXer reports …

  • Dr. Ivins had his usual scheduled physical therapy session on September 17, 2001 when the government imagined he may have been mailing the anthrax. …


  • Although the therapist — when first asked for the records  — reports that the billing computer had crashed for the period  and thus he did not have the records, Dr. Ivins’ insurance company would have had the records.
  • There is nothing in the records produced February 10, 2010 to indicate that  FBI ever bothered to obtain the record confirming that he attended the session.
  • It seems that the FBI might have spent less time in July 2008 testing panties for DNA and driving Dr. Ivins to a rage and more effort getting to the truth of Dr. Ivins’ alibi.
  • It was his alibi that was relevant.
  • Relatedly, why did the questioning of the Red Cross personnel only relate to the October Red Cross training and meetings and not the Red Cross meeting on September 17, 2001 the third Monday of the month?  …


  • What do the insurance payor’s records say about whether he attended on September 17, 2001?
  • GAO should determine whether Dr. Ivins attended the September 17, 2001 group therapy session by both obtaining the 2001 and 2002 interviews (and polygraphs) AND the insurance provider’s billing records.



  • The above comments, which make a farce of the FBI’s investigation of Dr. Ivins and their conclusion that he was the sole perpetrator of the 2001 anthrax attacks, are not new. They have been posted on this blog before.
  • What is new, and becomes new again every day, is the continued stonewalling by the FBI and the continued reluctance of the Attorney General Holder and President Obama to force FBI Director Mueller to come clean.
  • America was attacked by the anthrax mailer(s) and the American people need to know who did it and how it was done if we are to prevent future attacks of a similar nature.

Dr. Ivins, even posthumously,

deserves to have the truth known


The FBI’s case against Dr. Ivins is clearly bogus: no evidence, no witnesses, an impossible timeline, science that proves innocence instead of guilt. So what really happened? And why doesn’t the FBI offer America a credible story?

I can imagine only 3 possible “actual” scenarios …

  1. The FBI has more evidence against Dr. Ivins but is, for some undisclosed reason, withholding that evidence … POSSIBLE BUT NOT SO LIKELY
  2. The FBI, despite the most expensive and extensive investigation in its history, has not solved the case and has no idea who prepared and mailed the anthrax letters that killed 5 Americans in 2001 … EVEN LESS LIKELY
  3. The FBI knows who did it (not Dr. Ivins) but is covering up the actual perpetrators, for undisclosed reasons … THE MOST LIKELY SCENARIO

The “fictional” scenario in my novel CASE CLOSED has been judged by many readers, including a highly respected official in the U.S. Intelligence Community, as perhaps more plausible than the FBI’s unproven assertions regarding Dr. Ivins

what do readers say about CASE CLOSED?

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