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

* In addition to helping the FBI with Amerithrax, the psychic relied upon by David Willman helped with 911 by her astral travelling and retrieval of etheric body parts at Ground Zero … She reports she was granted her psychic abilities by a being claiming to be an extraterrestial

Posted by DXer on June 11, 2011






20 Responses to “* In addition to helping the FBI with Amerithrax, the psychic relied upon by David Willman helped with 911 by her astral travelling and retrieval of etheric body parts at Ground Zero … She reports she was granted her psychic abilities by a being claiming to be an extraterrestial”

  1. DXer said

    Fox, Steve Zaillian Developing ‘Mirage Man’ Movie About 2001 Anthrax Attacks

    by Jeff Sneider July 26, 2018

    20th Century Fox is developing an adaptation of David Willman‘s non-fiction book The Mirage Man: Bruce Ivins, the Anthrax Attacks, and America’s Rush to War, Collider has learned.

    Steve Zaillian will produce via his Film Rites banner along with Anova Pictures principal Cybill Liu, …

    The Mirage Man chronicles the true story of the 2001 anthrax attacks, which began on Sept. 18 — exactly one week after 9/11 — and continued over a period of three weeks. Letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and two U.S. Senators (Tom Daschle of South Dakota and Patrick Leahy of Vermont), ultimately killing five people and infecting 17 others. According to the FBI, the ensuing investigation became “one of the largest and most complex in the history of law enforcement.”

  2. DXer said

    Mr. Baruth in his Leahy biography, for example, relies upon the counselor’s claim about Dr. Ivins murderous plans at p. 216. The additions counselor (who listed her occupation as “theripist”, fresh off her home detention for DWI, had just received the file from the first counselor, who thought astral entities attached to her clients were trying to kill her.

  3. DXer said

    Philip Baruth in turn relies heavily on David Willman’s book in the newly published Senator Leahy: A Life in Scenes (May 2017).

    Anthrax, Al Qaeda and Ayman Zawahiri: The Infiltration of US Biodefense

  4. DXer said

    The 9/11 Commission never interviewed Mark Rossini and Mark Miller, the two FBI agents at the CIA’s Alec station. If they had, they would have learned that Alec Station had a copy of Al-midhar’s passport with a visa indicating that he was going to the US after Kuala Lumpur. The Deputy head of the station, a woman, put her hands on her hips when they protested and said “Look, the next attack is going to be in Southeast Asia station.” She said that they would tell the FBI when the time was right. This never came out in the DOJ IG report either.

    Amerithrax, in part, has been a continuation of the CIA and FBI dropping the ball with regard to Almidhar and Al-Hazmi. It was aggravated when Moussaoui was captured and Jdey detained at the same time but then released. It was aggravated when the daughter of the lead prosecutor of Amerithrax represented anthrax suspect Ali Al-Timimi for free. Made worse when the jihadist sharing a suite with the leading Ames anthrax researchers proved to be the former assistant of the White House Chief of Staff hearing regular reports on the Amerithrax investigation. Made worse by the fact that Bush Jr. wanted to invade Irag. Made horrible when the key witness relied upon in accusing Ivins says she was psychotic, received instructions from the alien who controlled her, and feared nasty astral entities were trying to kill her in 2001, to include the nastry astral entities attached to patients in her part-time counseling work.

    Given the FBI and CIA dropped the trail after 9/11 as part of standard CYA protocol, it is time to pick it up in Fort Lee and Laurel, MD. It is time for GAO to obtain a copy of the MBE form used by Nawaf Al-Hazmi when he opened up a Post Office box in Ft. Lee. Time to identify the specifications of the equipment purchased with the $100,000. Time to identify where the equipment was shipped and time to identify the confederates.

    It is time to turn to documentary evidence that might be highly pertinent instead of the BS conjecture and spin that constitutes the Ivins Theory.

    NOVA / PBS / The Spy Factory

  5. DXer said

    I first pointed out it was a homemade turtle trap (likely using a sweater box) — providing cool pictures. The Hatfill Theory nonetheless persisted for many years. The first counselor’s account from July 2000 has similarly been pointed out but will take as long before in hindsight it becomes part of the narrative.

    The anthrax inquiry was following another course, and had zeroed in on a virologist named Steven Hatfill. A blunt character who boasted of his years in Rhodesia, Hatfill had a penchant for publicity, holes in his resume and an unpublished novel that featured a Palestinian terrorist who attacks Washington with the bubonic plague. The evidence against him was entirely circumstantial.

    Investigators remained on Hatfill’s trail until late 2006. By then, they’d searched his home, deployed anthrax-sniffing dogs and even emptied a pond, from which they removed a suspicious contraption. It was a turtle trap. No evidence of anthrax turned up. (Hatfill sued the government and received $5.8 million to settle the case.)

    Read more:

  6. BugMaster said

    The EBAP has to reconvene, and do an assessment on Judith Mclean.

    Only then can they review their previous “findings”, re-evaluating any information that they obtained that can be traced back to Judith Mclean, and any conclusions they came to that are based even in part by said information.

    As it stands, their current report is questionable. They need to vet it of any misinformation or any testimony that is clearly unreliable.

    Ms. Mclean states in her own writing that she has difficulty discerning fantasy from reality. One needs to look no further.

  7. DXer said

    She describes her visions and personal experience with mediumship:

    “My own experience with visions is long and varied… Psychic visions and skills have at times led me into delusional realms of information, so learning discernment has been a primary goal. Its importance cannot be underestimated.”

    Now that we have an experienced investigative journalist like David bringing forward this key government witness supporting its Ivins Theory, Frontline should interview David and the Reverend and focus on this issue of delusional realms of information, discernment, vetting, checking … yes, Agent Lawrence Alexander, googling…

    Did Agent Alexander use the googling skills he sharpened on the issue of sororities to consider the extraterrestial-granted psychic powers and visions before closing the Amerithrax case?

    GAO: What do internal memos show about his vouching for this witness?

    And what about longtime FBI Quantico expert Dr. Saathoff, who advised the investigators on how to aggressively approach Dr. Ivins in 2007 and 2008? What is his professional view of the reliability of this witness and for all the money he was paid in 2008 by the FBI — and it was a lot in connection with various matters — what did he advise the FBI about the credibility of the Reverend’s account?

    Ed Lake urged on Meryl Nass’ blog a day or so ago that the book should be taught in journalism schools as a case study on how research and discernments of facts should be done. He thinks it is unfair to consider the credibility of David’s key witness, consider whether her visions or the Taliban entities pursuing her in 2001, or the extraterrestial who granted her psychic abilities might have led her to a “delusional realm of information.” He thinks it is near certain that a First Grader wrote the anthrax letters.

    The Reverend is available for interview and carries her Iphone with her to answer emailed questions.

  8. DXer said

    David Willman’s key witness has a blog in which she has described her travel through the different dimensions. She blogged extensively in 2009. It will be fascinating to hear more from Reverend McLean on her bi-location work on 9/11, her visit with the extraterrestial alien who bestowed upon her psychic powers, the anthrax mailings, how she located one body through remote viewing, her communication with rocks and bushes, how she shields herself from psychic attack in the astral plane by those Taliban spirits, and the details of her past lives. I recommend that she go on a joint book tour with Mr. Willman as they promote her account of Dr. Bruce Ivins about the need to do vetting. Most of all, I recommend you buy her book which has so much information along these lines that I have not covered.

    • DXer said

      Ms. McLean, without being named, was also relied upon in August 2008 in spinning the government’s narrative about Dr. Ivins.

      FBI Quantico might want to consider a longtime partnership with the extraterrestrial who, Ms. McLean reports, bestowed the psychic abilities upon her. If we could get that alien’s help in developing a super shield of light all around the United States, FBI counterterrorism won’t have to worry about keeping the country safe from Dr. Ayman Zawahiri.

      Now the Reverend explains in her book that bacteria and germs can also travel the astral plane and that Taliban entities are especially mean on the astral plane — and they pursue her (but she is kept safe by the shield of light). And so if Homeland Security were to develop a mass spec detector that could detect Taliban astral entities or could develop a shield of light that the Reverend has — but just on a bigger scale — we would be all set. It would be similar to BioShield but called AstralShield.

      I think for a HBO Docudrama featuring Mr. Willman’s reliance on the Reverend, she should be able to play herself because her book is extremely fascinating and rich in detail. I can’t imagine someone who would be more interesting dinner conversation.

      • DXer said

        Moving from Baltimore to Hagerstown in 1999, she set up a psychotherapy practice. But she quickly found her astral traveling to help out after 911 exhausting. “I loved counseling, but my discontent rose along with my stress. It was not until after the terrible trauma of September 11th in 2001 and the subsequent spiritual rescue work I was doing on the etheric planes, that it dawned on me that I should let go of practicing psychotherapy.” She writes: “I finally became so ill that I could do little work for a year’s time.”

        Go buy her fascinating “Ascension Journey: A Handbook for Healing Through the Dimension.” You can download it through Kindle for about $10, I think.

        She recognizes that not everyone who receives psychic powers bestowed upon them by an extraterrestrial is as lucky as she was. “Some end up as permanent residents in a mental institution, experiencing severe psychosis and hallucinations.”

        She avoided such a diagnosis early on even though her bishop had urged her husband to get psychiatric help. She was guided by the voices to go to a lecture titled “Kundalini: Enlightenment or Madness.” Her husband “shielded me from an inaccurate health diagnosis at that time.”

  9. Lew Weinstein said

    TWO GOOGLE RESULTS FOR “ETHERIC BODY” … for those as confused as I am by what Ms. McLean is talking about … but I’m not sure these help much


    The etheric body, in the vast majority of humans, is the vehicle or the instrument of astral energy. It gives vitality, health, life and organization to the physical body. It steps energies from the higher bodies down into our physical consciousness.

    The etheric body is composed of interlocking and circulating lines of force emanating from the many levels of consciousness of our planetary life. These lines of energy and this closely interlocking system of streams of force are related to the seven energy centers (chakras) found within the etheric body. Each of these centers are related to certain types of incoming energy. When the energy reaching the etheric body is not related to a particular center, that center remains passive; when it is related and the center is sensitive to its impact, then that center becomes vibrant and receptive and develops as a controlling factor in the life of the man on the physical plane.


    Our bodies are charged with energy — both measurable and subtle. Science has yet to fully admit that the human aura or etheric body is as powerful and real as many sensitives know it is, but that does not undermine the truth of what many have seen and felt over the ages.

    Not only are we charged with energy, but this energy interacts with all living things. We have an innate ability to sense this energic connection with minerals, plants, animals and each other. These interactive fields of energy make up the living, connective tissue of the biosphere and allow us to partake of the vast fullness of life around us in ways few of us have completely realized.

  10. anonymous said

    Willman writes on page 327:
    “Another persistent critic, blogger-novelist Lew Weinsten said “the most likely scenario”is that FBI officials “do know who did it but they won’t tell us” . Willman then opines that Lew’s blog “offers a steady menu of conspiracy-rich statements about the investigation”.

    Maybe Willman’s key source, therapist Judith McLlean , had confirmed to him through her psychic abilities that Lew’s website is not to be taken seriously and that only anointed Pulitzer Prize winning journalists like Willman who use as sources certifiably insane nutcases to fabricate entire novels are the key to our country’s future national security.

    • Lew Weinstein said

      It’s always helpful to have the full quote …

      The FBI’s publicly presented 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?

      As regular readers of this blog well know, 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

      Of course, those who believe that the FBI’s case against Dr. Ivins is compelling do not need to consider the alternatives. But for me, the absence of evidence, witnesses, timeline and science doesn’t add up to compelling. I don’t claim to know who actually perpetrated the anthrax attacks, but the FBI’s publicly revealed case against Dr. Ivins is not convincing. To me, that is very troubling, given the importance of the case.

      To characterize this questioning of the FBI as simply “conspiracy theory” is a disingenuous attempt to dismiss lines of thought that are troubling to all of us who find it impossible to accept the FBI’s case at face value.

      • anonymous said

        I actually have shifted my opinion slightly since reading Willman’s book. I was leaning in the same direction as Lew – that the most likely scenario is that the FBI knows either who did it (not Ivins) or at least where the material was made.

        I favored this conclusion because I thought it was so unlikely that the FBI could be so incompetent as to NOT know.

        But Willman’s book reveals a level of almost institutional incompetence broadly spread across the entire FBI – from senior management to scientists.

        I’m beginning to believe that in fact they really haven’t got a clue who made the stuff or where it was made.

        Agents using Google to connect dots that don’t connect (ie. an imaginary link between Ivins, Kappa Kappa Gamma and and a storage cupboard Princeton) are not only incompetent – they demonstrate just how ineffective the FBI’s Counterintelligence abilities are – thus threatening our national security.

        The links they made in the Ivins case are just as childish as the ones they made in the Hatfill case (Hatfill and an imaginary Greendale school in Rhodesia, a childs plastic turtle trap found in a lake as a biocontainment handling device).

  11. BugMaster said


    Now do you remember why it is you hate the FBI?

  12. anonymous said

    What a genius David Willman is. The FBI leaked him information favorable to their case – he then spent the next three years serving his master’s bidding. He conducted exhaustive interviews with hundreds of material witnesses. And then it turned out his key witness is a certifiable nut-job.

    Way to go David. Can your publisher possibly get their advance money back? If it was me, I’d be asking for that big check back. They;ve been had big time.

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