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

* The Psychiatrists Are Selling A Report Relying On A Counselor Who Says She Was Granted Special Powers By An Alien Controlling Her By A Device Implanted In Her Butt, But The USG Has Taken Steps To Keep The DOJ’s Reliance On That Evidence Sealed For 5 Years

Posted by DXer on November 15, 2011




6 Responses to “* The Psychiatrists Are Selling A Report Relying On A Counselor Who Says She Was Granted Special Powers By An Alien Controlling Her By A Device Implanted In Her Butt, But The USG Has Taken Steps To Keep The DOJ’s Reliance On That Evidence Sealed For 5 Years”

  1. DXer said

    Now just as the NG has its composite FBI agents, they also have a made-up psychiatrist. But let’s turn to reality for a moment and consider some of what the FBI was relying on as a key witness, shall we? I at least shamed the psychiatrist from not further profiting from the sale of his report.

  2. DXer said

    Former FBI Agent R. Scott Decker is incompetent to have written a newly published a book relying on this witness. With this sort of incompetence and failure to vet witnesses — even after the facts have been made widely known — do not think for a moment that the FBI is able to keep our country safe.

  3. DXer said

    The FBI’s star witness in Amerithrax — the alcohol addiction counselor who was on house arrest for another DWI — wrote a book overlooked by investigators explaining that she thought she was controlled by an alien who had implanted a microchip in her butt. Maybe she and Bill Allen are on the same frequency.

    Man Who Sent Poison to Trump Officials Wrote About Government Mind Control

    Kelly Weill
    10.05.18 2:32 PM ET

    Allen’s Facebook posts indicate interest in anti-government conspiracy theories about government mind control and half-baked science advice, including recipes for extracting poison from seeds.

    Though public records show Allen to be a registered Republican, he spent years sharing broadly anti-government posts, particularly in relation to the FBI and CIA.

    The posts were often unintelligible, detailing pseudo-scientific concepts, religious passages, or devices that could facilitate mind control. In December, Allen shared a video about “extracting cyanide from apple seeds with hydraulic press.” Allen also occasionally commented on medical institutions’ or politicians’ Facebook posts. He spammed two cancer foundations with posts in December, claiming to know the cure to cancer.

  4. DXer said

    Now R. Scott Decker is attempting to sell the same reliance on McLean’s notations in the folder about Ivins for $38.

    Faced with an absence of evidence against Ivins but determined to develop an alternative to the debunked Hatfill Theory, R. Scott Decker, Scott Stanley (who moved over to behavioral unit at Quantico) and his friend Greg Saathoff, took Judith McLean’s notes on Ivins counseling sessions and spun a psychological basis for finding Ivins guilty of the Ivins crime.

    It constituted gross incompetence for them not to vet Judith McLean by something as simple as reading her book at that she wrote about the period she met with Ivins in summer of 2000.

  5. DXer said

    I was unable to persuade Gragory Saathoff to correct his reliance on the witness in his report and claims. We have met the enemy and we are our own worst enemy when we don’t correct our mistakes when they are pointed out.

    Strategic Intelligence Management
    National Security Imperatives and Information and Communications Technologies

    2013, Pages 24–35

    Chapter 3 – We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Us: Insider Threat and Its Challenge to National Security
    Gregory B. Saathoff,
    Troy Nold,
    Christopher P. Holstege
    Available online 26 February 2013

  6. DXer said

    On page 9, the DOJ of the Amerithrax Summary relies upon a “mental health provider” in closing (after 911) the largest criminal case in history who said Ivins had “a history dating to his graduate days of homicidal threats, actions, [and] plans,”

    The first “mental health provider” was a part-time addictions counselor who in a 2009 book explains that during the period she had been psychotic and thought an alien was controlling her actions through a microchip implanted in her butt. She says she thought murderous astral entities were attached to her clients and were trying to kill her.

    The file of the first counselor was given the second “mental health provider” , an addictions counselor recently off house arrest for a second DWI — and that set in motion the events leading up to a restraining order and Dr. Ivins suicide. The two counselors spoke.

    Amerithrax represents the greatest counterintelligence failure in the history of the United States.

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