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

* Scientist interview: advising to take penicillin would criminally mislead victim if done by insider

Posted by DXer on April 6, 2011

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One Response to “* Scientist interview: advising to take penicillin would criminally mislead victim if done by insider”

  1. DXer said

    Bruce Ivins knew how to spell the word penicillin. Judging by the many hundreds of emails uploaded, Bruce was a good speller.

    Anthrax letter suspect, Adnan El-Shukrijumah was a terrible speller. He never graduated from community college finding the introductory chemistry course too difficult.

    He could not even spell words like “ACUSTOMED”, “GRAMMER,” “HANDELING,” and “WOUNDER.”

    FWIW, Penicillin in fact was not effective according to this scientist if given twenty-four hours after exposure.

    On a separate issue, Dr. Ivins did not use the phrase “can not.” He would use “can’t.”

    It is important that the GAO obtain the handwriting comparison done for Atta and for Adnan El-Shukrijumah — as well as the one done for Bruce Ivins. That is part of the forensics relied upon in Amerithrax and was hugely exculpatory of Dr. Ivins, as is the forensics done on the paper, ink, and toner.

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