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

* DXer’s email to Washington Post Ombudsman about its August 7, 2008 “Dark Side” poisoning story

Posted by Lew Weinstein on August 12, 2011

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The Washington Post should correct its reporting on such a critical issue.

Re: August 7, 2008 report re Amerithrax (and today)- imagined earlier poisoning plot by Dr. Ivins -based on anonymous witness who then in 2009 book described her psychotic delusions- not corrected by Post

The Washington Post first reported the imagined poisoning plot on August 7, 2008 and interviewed, without naming her, the counselor who met with Dr. Ivins for several sessions in 2000 (Judith McLean).
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http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/bioter/scientistsdarkside.html

The Washington Post now relies on the story in a book review in its Entertainment pages today.

It is still an ongoing matter of great importance. A GAO report probing the DOJ investigation is due out in September.

Like the Washington Post, the government’s psychiatrist relies extensively upon Dr. Ivins’ first therapist, Judith M. McLean, who writes of how she acquired her psychic abilities in her 2009 book available for sale on Amazon.com — from a being from another planet. She believed nasty astral entities were trying to kill her.

https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2011/06/11/david-willman-relies-extensively-upon-dr-ivins-first-therapist-judith-m-mclean-who-writes-of-how-she-acquired-her-psychic-abilities-in-her-book-available-for-sale-on-amazon-com/comment-page-1/#comment-13704

The Post’s critically important article dealt with an imagined earlier poisoning plot by Dr. Ivins — based on the anonymous witness who then in 2009 book described her psychotic delusions.

Today we are now hearing the lies repeated in a review in the Washington Post review of a book by David Willman, MIRAGE MAN.

The witness was the principal witness against Dr. Ivins in David Willman’s book which argued that Dr. Ivins was creepy — and then addressed the merits of the crime in an epilogue to an appendix.

This is not merely a journalistic issue — Amerithrax is a national security issue and missteps in analysis need to be corrected.

In light of HIPPA, it is never good journalistic practice to report such accusations while not identifying the mental health professional; the counselor quit the field and left the state by 2001 given her astral recovery work (she would fly to Afghanistan and WTC each night) was so exhausting.

psychic says … she was granted her abilities by an extraterrestrial being … got sick in 2001 from doing astral recovery work at Ground Zero and in Afghanistan after 9/11 … and was pursued by nasty Taliban entities trying to kill her
https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2011/06/12/why-is-all-this-material-about-judith-mclean-relevant-to-an-evaluation-of-the-validity-of-david-willman’s-conclusions-in-his-recently-published-“the-mirage-man”-because/

DOJ investigators successfully avoided deposition of Amerithrax consultant Gregory Saathoff who extensively and uncritically relied on the Ivins’ accuser who claims she was granted her psychic abilities by an alien from another planet.

https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/doj-has-successfully-avoided-deposition-of-amerithrax-consultant-who-extensively-and-uncritically-relied-on-the-ivins-accuser-granted-her-psychic-abilities-by-an-alien-from-another-planet/

The report filed in the United States District Court by Dr. Saathoff should be corrected and all reliance on the first counselor should be removed.

Washington Post should correct its reporting on such a critical issue.

Excerpts from key witness (from her book ASCENSION JOURNEY)
https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2011/06/18/excerpts-from-david-willmans-key-witness-in-his-book-mirage-man/

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4 Responses to “* DXer’s email to Washington Post Ombudsman about its August 7, 2008 “Dark Side” poisoning story”

  1. DXer said

    The Washington Post’s coverage by Spencer S. Hsu should be nominated for a Pulitzer. The subject certainly is of a daunting breadth and scope of importance.

    And yet the Washington Post ombudsman and journalists took no action to undo the damage that that the paper did when in early August 2008 it posted the anonymously made accusations by the part-time counselor. The next year wrote a 2009 book (that is online) explaining that when she accused Dr. Ivins she had been controlled by an alien who had implanted a microchip in her butt. The article appeared the day before the press conference by United States Attorney Taylor accusing Dr. Ivins of being a murderous fiend. The Washington Post is so influential precisely because it is so good and because it usually corrects its mistakes. This aspect of its coverage of Amerithrax / Ivins Theory — the failure to withdraw the story from its archives — was an exception.

    It’s easier to criticize than it is to correct one’s own mistakes.

  2. DXer said

    Ed describes the counselor as experienced.

    She was licensed in 1999. Worked part-time. Met with Dr. Ivins several times. So Ed is mistaken.

    She quit the field and left the State because the astral travel work was too exhausting. She received her instructions at night. She would travel to Afghanistan and WTC 1993. Nasty astral Taliban entities would follow her back from Afghanistan and try to kill her. She would defend herself by closing the portal with a vortex of light.

    She thought murderous entities were attached to her client and then would transfer themselves to her. She would use a team of exorcists to free her of those murderous entities. The clients themselves were not receptive when she explained her understanding of things and so she saved the real work for her private meditation upon receiving instructions at night before she went to sleep.

    Ed is also mistaken that the conversations were confirmed by Dr. Ivins or that there was any corroboration. There isn’t any corroboration reflected in the record, the EBAP report, or the Washington Post story. You don’t see a police report, do you?

    Ed is the guy who thinks it is 99 certain an imaginary First Grader wrote the letters. Ed’s lack of critical reasoning ability is demonstrated both on that theory and on these facts. Maybe the first counselor has met Ed’s imaginary first grader and could arrange a seance or remote viewing experience.

    The Washington Post story was all based on the sole anonymous witness. Ed obviously hasn’t even read the counselor’s book.

    In light of the excerpts from her book, the story should be retracted. The Washington Post is free to find corroboration for the story based on an interview of the psychiatrists, Mara Linscott or Pat Fellows. They are also free to interview Gregory Saathoff, any member of the EBAP panel, AUSA Rachel Lieber, or any of the investigators who relied on the evidence claimed by the first counselor.

    Those notes she wrote in 2000 were then handed to Jean Duley in mid-July 2008 and that contributed greatly to the chain of events leading up to Dr. Ivins suicide. It is way beyond ironic that Greg Saathoff would get all sanctimonious about the US Army’s failure to vet Dr. ivins in a press conference when he was guilty of an even more major failure to vet. Dr. Ivins was just a depressed, mildly paranoid occasional devious miscreant. His conduct (the fake letter to the editor), although obnoxious, rose to the level of, say, shoplifting. He did not demonstrate a single psychotic delusion such as set forth in detail in his first counselor’s book linked and available for $10. It is very lucidly written and I highly recommend it.

    • DXer said

      Ed hasn’t even bought Laurie Garrett’s book on the anthrax mailings, available for $5. And so let me grab some excerpts from the First Counselor’s book.

      “”My experience with beings who claim to be extraterrestial dates back to 1980 when I had my first spontaneous kundalini experience. I perceived a being appearing before me who I assumed to be Jesus. When I asked the being if he was Jesus, he said, “No” and explained that he was a savior from another planetary system. At that time, i could not assimilate the information and its subsequent impact. I had to substitute the image of Jesus from my own comfort’s sake. Since then, I have experienced many kinds of extraterrestial incidents and visitations. I concluded that most phenomena occur in the astral realms, but there are times when I have observed enttities whose energy calibrates far beyond the astral realm of consciousness.”

      It seems perfectly normal to me to believe that telepathy, bilocation, and a dimensional change consciousness allow us to be in contact with life from other planetary systems and other dimensions.”

      Sometimes evil spirits of Ms. Judith McLean’s clients attached themselves to her:

      “I once had a male client who came to me with the diagnosis of multiple personalities. He was physically abused as a child and it was evident to me that an entity had attached itself at that time. Subsequently the child’s, and later adult’s, personality changed and that of the abusive spirit came forth. I exorcised this entity from client, but found the entity then attached itself to me with a murderous intent.”

      The fellow that thinks it is 99% certain a First Grader wrote the letters thinks that JM’s credibility is not relevant.

      To the contrary, under the Federal Rules, the credibility of a witness would be highly relevant. For example, on cross-examination, Ivins’ counsel might ask whether Dr. Ivins’ mother’s spirit attached herself to Ms. McLean and if so, how did she exorcise her spirit. She no longer uses a rattle in performing exorcisms. She uses a violet vortex of light.

      After 911, investigative reporter David Willman’s key witness did bi-location work in both New York City and Afghanistan. She explains in her fascinating 2009 book that can be downloaded:

      “As I traveled in astral form at night and came back into my body in the morning, I found there were occasions where I was followed by Taliban entities. I became aware that many of the terrorists who died in Afghanistan during our war with them were entities who followed me. They had continued their terrorist activities in the astral plane and were encouraged and advised by spirt adopts working negatively on the astral planes.”

      After 911, investigative reporter David Willman’s key witness found her bi-location work in both New York City and Afghanistan exhausting and it took her 3 months to recover.

      “”They had continued their terrorist activities in the astral plane and were encouraged and advised by spirit adepts working negatively on the astral planes. Once I was aware of these beings, I had to be very careful about self-protection and working with other beings of light. When I left my body at night, I went through a portal of energy that I had created. The portal of energy was a spiral vortex formed as an entrance into the astral plane. This had to be closed down after my discovery of the entities. A new portal of energy was constructed through which these entities would not follow. After a month or more of doing bilocation work i Afghanistan and at the World Trade Center site, I found myself physically exhausted. My allergies worsened, and I was aware I was bring back toxins from the World Trade Center debris and its surrounding air into my physical body. It took me three months to recover my normal energy level.”

      Comment: Mr. Willman’s and the Amerithrax investigators’ key witness against Dr. Ivins should consider that what sickened her in connection with her 911 astral traveling work was the pollen in Afghanistan rather than just the WTC debris.

      David Willman’s key witness (see his news articles and book) protects herself from cranky Taliban spirits, toxins and the like from the astral plane by a shield:

      “One form of self-protection I often use is to take the white light energy and build a geode crystal energy shield around myself that seems impenetrable. I imagine hundreds of tiny crystals are projecting from outside the aura shell forming a barricade of crystals that reflect back negativity and protect the etheric body from absorbing astral viruses, bacteria, or negativity from the astral environment.”

      David Willman’s key witness writes:

      “Being very sensitive has its blessings, but also gives me a somewhat permeable energy field. I pick up telepathic thoughts with clairaudience and hear and clairvoyantly view things others cannot. But this awareness also heightens my susceptibility ot being attacked by those entities that do not want me to work for the good of humankind.”

      This is not the first time David Willman’s key witness has solved a crime. She remote viewed the corpse of her cousin’s fiance’s murdered body.

      “In 1996, my mother called and informed me that my cousin’s fiance was missing. … That night in meditation, I received instructions that I should go to Joan. Using remote viewing (viewing long distance events through clairvoyance), I saw Joan in a forested area near or in a state park. I saw her lifeless body in a ravine. I bilocated my astral body to this area and tried to rouse her spirit. It seemed Joan had been drugged, causing her spirit to be confused, very groggy, and unaware of what had happened to her. I helped her remove herself from her physical body. Then, in a slow process, we moved together until I aw a vortex of light open from another dimension. Joan was afraid to move on and wanted to immediately incarnate again. It took some time to help her move through the dimensional vortext to the spirt helpers in the other realm. Throughout the next couple of days, I moved into tha tother dimensional awareness to make sure she was recovering. Her determination to reincarnate immediately was strong for quite a period of time…. A few days after this happened, I called the police in Oregon and gave them a description of the area in which I had seen Joan’s body. Fortunately, they accepted psychic impressions. I described the type of area I had seen. They informed that she had just been found. She had been located in a forested area in a ravine, as I had described to them. Police discovered Joan had been murdered.”

      Ms. McLean explains that in her work as a medium,

      “A myriad of not only Jewish but also Russian and Gypsy spirits physically killed in pograms before and during World War II came in groups asking me for assistance.”

      Mr. Willman writes:

      “McLean was trying to stay outwardly calm and nonjudgmental, yet she was afraid of what Ivins might do — to her or to someone else. She found him “creepy, scary, spooky,” and was determined to sound a warning.”

      Dr. Ivins emailed Mara:

      July 23, 2000
      “It’s been a real stressful week, from all stand points. Home, work , and it’s not going well with the counselor I’m going to. (She said she thinks I went up to see you to have an affair). I’m going to have to ask to get put with another counsel or go into a group therapy session. … Sometimes I think that it’s all just too much.”

      July 26, 2000 email
      “I had my last visit with my counselor yesterday, and I told her why I wanted to make a fresh start with someone else.”

      March 4, 2001 email
      “The woman [counselor Judith McLean] I saw before I went into group wanted to put me in jail. That wasn’t very helpful either. I’m down to a point where there are some things that are eating away that I feel I can’t tell ANYONE.”

      Dr. Ivins first therapist explains in her 2009 book that she can communicate with rocks.

      “Mineral Kingdom Within the Physical Dimension”

      “Shortly after my awaking,… I realized I could communicate with rocks and understand the consciousness that pervades them. … My understanding was that I needed to ask permission from rocks to move them to any new location. … ”

      She describes her experience with one particularly large rock in France, a standing stone like at Stonehenge in England.

      “”Imagine my surprise when the “spirt” inhabitating this huge stone asked to be released. … It indicated it had served well for thousands of years and wanted to move along in consciousness. It asked for my help. I was very surprised, never having been asked to help a stone release its spirit… Upon its release, it quickly zoomed away, and I was left to help gather consciousness from other rocks and nature to fill the void left by the essence of the stone. I wanted to meditate on this unusual occurrence, but the gatekeeper came and informed us we would need to leave…”

      In her 2009 book, Dr. Ivins’ first therapist describes that the next day when she returned to those stone fields in France:

      “The first thing I noticed was the stones were singing. My husband was unaware of the occurrence, but humored me. …… Upon entering one field, the rocks asked me to help a large group of them move their consciousness out of the stones so they could advance in evolutionary growth and experience something else. …Dreams and melodies from these stones often floated through my sleeping and waking states in the months that followed my visit.”

      In her 2009 book, Dr. Ivins’ first therapist — relied upon extensively by David Willman in his new book on Amerithrax and also relied upon by the FBI investigators and prosecutors in closing the case — describes that she also communicates with bushes and sees fairies.

      “Vegetable Kingdom Within the Physical Dimension”

      “On several occasions I had dreams about bushes around the yard that were not doing well and petition me for help. .. soon realized that plants also react with fear when pruned or cut for flood, which can be seen in their aura. .. All of the creatures from fairy tales seemed to have a very real existence once I became in tune with the vegetable kingdom. The most outstanding visual experience of these devas came in Ireland where these beings are not consigned only to the realm of fantasy. It is common to see huge communities of tiny intelligences with etheric wings and human-type features that I recognized as fairies.”

      Her cats also astral travel and accompany her when she is out of town. “Currently when I travel, I often experience my three cats astral traveling and visiting me at night.”

      Perhaps tomorrow David Willman could do a joint interview with his key witness. Today he wrote an article in the Washington Post in which he emphasized the importance of vetting for mental stability.

      He relies on the Reverend JM as the key witness at pages 62, 63, 64, 65-66, 68, 293, 312, 313, 353, and 375n.

      What vetting did he do? Did he use google? (All of this is ascertainable from google within a couple of minutes.) Is he suggesting his FBI investigator contacts were not aware of this background? Lawrence Alexander developed his sorority theory using google and so surely he knows. Does he? Someone should ask.

      She explains the toll that these psychic abilities brought to her health:

      “During the first years following that episode [where she was talking in tongues and the bishop told her husband to get her psychiatric help], I was extremely sensitive to light, sound, and environmental factors. I became allergic to most anything that is breathed and eaten. Those were trying times of mystical depression and alternating ecstasies.”

      At the massage parlor near her home, Judith McLean says the spirits were opening up the bathroom doors at inopportune times.

      She says that spirits may find it hard to move on because of their addictions. For example, someone addicted to drinking might hang out at bars.

      She says that spirits are very fascinating but if you get too interested in their lives and time, they might be less interested in moving on. You can pick up bacteria from a spirit. She says she wasn’t a natural medium until her 1980 talking-in-tongues experience.

      She had to throw her books on being a medium into the garbage because she was attracting too many spirits.

      David Willman’s witness describes that being a medium can pose health problems:

      “Mediums are also often subjected to health problems. When they merge their essence with that of another, they can easily bring back negativity in a variety of forms. Some forms of negativity are mental and astral viruses, confusion, agitation and untruths.

      “”There are many reports of long term immune system problems, nervous system impairment, and psychological illness resulting from mediumship.”

      David Willman’s key witness sees visions. She writes in 2009:

      “Visions may be illusions from the astral realm or predictors of a future event. An apparition can be a genuine being of light and high consciousness or an illusion caused by mass hysteria thinking. The path to understanding these visions is learning to be discerning and careful.”

      In describing her work as medium, she reports that “I have visitations from countless Jews in my meditation. At first they came one or two at a time and later in large groups. This occurred in the year when the National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. was about to open. Most of these spirits indicated that they had died in the pogroms and concentration camps of World War II.”

      She says that one family that visited her (in her work as a medium) asked her to take a white rose to the museum — and she obliged.

      She says that in her work as a medium, some of the spirits are cranky — particularly the Taliban. (Reverend McLean might be asked to summon Osama so he can be asked where Dr. Ayman might be hiding).

      David Willman’s key witness (see his featuring of her claims in his lead articles written for major media outlets): “As my mediumistic skills grew through researching genealogy and spirit releasing work, I realized deceased spirits are like humans. Some are wonderful and loving, and others are cranky oar “mean spirited. … While I had a few encounters with negative spirits, particularly with the Taliban after September 11th, they have been very few and far between.”

      On a trip to Egypt, David Willman’s featured witness was psychically attacked in the catacombs of Alexandria:

      “In the catacombs of Alexandria, I felt a dreaded sense of evil and was psychically attacked. I quickly left the catacombs with a couple of others who helped me to spiritually ward off these entities. The rest of the group remained in the catacombs. Following that excision, many of the group members became ill. I was able to clairvoyantly see attached entities, astral forms and debris, thoughtforms, and etherics poisons in their fields.”

      David Willman’s key witness explains that she was bestowed her psychic abilities by an extraterrestial.in her 2009 book which is a must-read — but especially if an exorcist is needed. The reverend explains that she used to use a rattle in performing exorcisms but now she uses a violet vortex of light. In performing exorcisms, she writes: “I generally use telepathy to talk to the entity in a calm and compassionate way.”

      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 witness, BBC or 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, involving this country’s national security?

      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?

      In this radio interview, she says she does bi-location work so she can be two places at once. At night, she receives an assignment and does her work before she goes to sleep. Travelling to some far away place to help out.

      When 9/11 happened, she used her bi-location ability to go to New York to help out there (after initially checking in at the Pentagon to see if she could help out there). A person came to her in spirit form….

      She used her powers to send out looking for other DNA fragments to bring them together to form etheric bodies.

      But you can hear her description of when she acquired her psychic abilities — no remote viewing skills necessary. Her interview begins at 15 minutes into this radio program from last September 2010 at this link. Just hit the podcast and move to 15 minutes.

      At 18:35 she says you too can learn remote viewing. The radio interviewer notes that it could replace Skype if both parties learn remote viewing.

      She says that living near a cemetery is a real challenge. A cemetery near a massage parlor was a real annoyance — the spirits brushed past clients etc.

      http://www.deborahdachinger.com/judith-mclean-author-reverend-discusses-spirit-releasing/

  3. DXer said

    Ed Lake describes the counselor as experienced.

    She was licensed in 1999. Worked part-time. Met with Dr. Ivins several times. So Ed is mistaken.

    She quit the field and left the State because the astral travel work was too exhausting. She received her instructions at night. She would travel to Afghanistan and WTC 1993. Nasty astral Taliban entities would follow her back from Afghanistan and try to kill her. She would defend herself by closing the portal with a vortex of light.

    She thought murderous entities were attached to her client and then would transfer themselves to her. She would use a team of exorcists to free her of those murderous entities. The clients themselves were not receptive when she explained her understanding of things and so she saved the real work for her private meditation upon receiving instructions at night before she went to sleep.

    Ed is also mistaken that the conversations were confirmed by Dr. Ivins or that there was any corroboration. There isn’t any corroboration reflected in the record, the EBAP report, or the Washington Post story. You don’t see a police report, do you?

    Ed is the guy who thinks it is 99 certain an imaginary First Grader wrote the letters. Ed’s lack of critical reasoning ability is demonstrated both on that theory and on these facts. Maybe the first counselor has met Ed’s imaginary first grader and could arrange a seance or remote viewing experience.

    The Washington Post story was all based on the sole anonymous witness. Ed obviously hasn’t even read the counselor’s book.

    In light of the excerpts from her book, the story should be retracted. The Washington Post is free to find corroboration for the story based on an interview of the psychiatrists, Mara Linscott or Pat Fellows. They are also free to interview Gregory Saathoff, any member of the EBAP panel, AUSA Rachel Lieber, or any of the investigators who relied on the evidence claimed by the first counselor.

    Those notes she wrote in 2000 were then handed to Jean Duley in mid-July 2008 and that contributed greatly to the chain of events leading up to Dr. Ivins suicide. It is way beyond ironic that Greg Saathoff would get all sanctimonious about the US Army’s failure to vet Dr. ivins in a press conference when he was guilty of an even more major failure to vet. Dr. Ivins was just a depressed, mildly paranoid occasional devious miscreant. His conduct (the fake letter to the editor), although obnoxious, rose to the level of, say, shoplifting. He did not demonstrate a single psychotic delusion such as set forth in detail in his first counselor’s book linked and available for $10. It is very lucidly written and I highly recommend it.

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