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

* In 9/23 filing, USG seeks to prevent local residents from knowing of secret lab in their neighborhood and/or to shield the USG’s assertions regarding distribution of virulent Ames from dispute by the public

Posted by Lew Weinstein on September 26, 2011

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2 Responses to “* In 9/23 filing, USG seeks to prevent local residents from knowing of secret lab in their neighborhood and/or to shield the USG’s assertions regarding distribution of virulent Ames from dispute by the public”

  1. DXer said

    In their filing yesterday, the Plaintiff’s counsel explained that the USG was in violation not only of inter-facility transfers by failing to accurately record amounts transferred but also in violation of the regulations of intra-facility transfers; explains that USAMRIID did not have adequate security system to ensure that persons not cleared by security were allowed access; violated regulations by not keeping RMR-1029 under lock and key; that Dr. Ivins was innocent; that the evidence points away from Battelle (Ohio) being involved and much more. The nature of the responses to a statement of facts across three separate documents does not lead to a single comprehensive narrative but Lew perhaps can upload representative excerpts.

    It is disturbing that quite a few pages explaining that Dr. Ivins is innocent have been redacted.

    It seems that as a policy, our system needs some serious recalibrating.

  2. DXer said

    Note that this relates to distribution of virulent Ames over a decade ago.

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