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

* Ivins FBI Inteview discussion of sample A0462 that Hank Heine may have worked with as part of research on antibiotic resistance

Posted by Lew Weinstein on March 10, 2011

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One Response to “* Ivins FBI Inteview discussion of sample A0462 that Hank Heine may have worked with as part of research on antibiotic resistance”

  1. DXer said

    Ames spores were stored in Aerobiology for several years. If obtained under FOIA, the documents produced by USAMRIID in the Hatfill litigation would further confirm that. Given Dr. Heine’s powerful testimony over a series of interviews, there is no reasonable grounds for dispute.

    In August 2008, US Attorney’s Taylor claim of 100 with access — limited to Building 1425 — was a provable crock from the start.

    For example, see this February 24, 2006 email from Dr. Ivins.

    From:
    To:
    Subject:
    Date:
    Ivins, Bruce E Dr USAMRIID

    RE:(b) Motion to Compel Friday, February 24, 2006 1:31:28 PM
    (b) (6)
    (6)
    (b)

    Hi,

    S(in)ce a lot of work with anthrax spores, including the Ames strain, has been done in with (b) (6) (b) (6)
    (b)(2)

    Aerobiology ( as well as Bacteriology ( ), it might not be a bad idea to forward the request to them as well. There have been an enormous number of anthrax spore sprays in Aerobiology, and spores were stored over there for several years. done a lot of work with anthrax spore challenge of mice in his therapeutics studies.

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    (b) (
    ) Bruce Ivins (

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