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

* Under the Mice Protocol, The Animals Were Challenged In B-305 (which is in Suite B3) ; Under This Protocol, Dr. Ivins Was In The B3 Those Nights The AUSA And Investigators Mistakenly Suggested He Had No Reason To Be In That Biolevel-3 Lab

Posted by Lew Weinstein on January 1, 2012

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7 Responses to “* Under the Mice Protocol, The Animals Were Challenged In B-305 (which is in Suite B3) ; Under This Protocol, Dr. Ivins Was In The B3 Those Nights The AUSA And Investigators Mistakenly Suggested He Had No Reason To Be In That Biolevel-3 Lab”

  1. DXer said

    There is no reason to be confused about what the protocols say — or what the USAMRIID civil depositions say. It is as simple as obtaining the documents and reading them.

  2. DXer said

    It’s time to upload a copy of an unredacted copy of B01-11, the animal protocol relating to the formaldehyde/ rabbit experiment that Dr. Ivins was working in late September 2001 and early October 2001 when the AUSAs speculated Dr. Ivins was powderizing anthrax that was then used to murder people.

  3. Another important step forward in nailing this down.

    • DXer said

      I’ll likely upload a protocol or two involving guinea pigs next. USAMRC FOIA is owed a great deal of credit and thanks for its unflagging assistance.

  4. DXer said

    The USAMRIID form “Animal Room Environment Report,” This form, which is used for each animal room, provides space to record room temperature, feed and water checks, and light timer function. In addition, the report provides space to record animal observations, cage sanitation schedules, and general sanitation notations.

  5. DXer said

    There are any number of ways to approach the fullest reconstruction of documents from September-October 2001. For example, the floor in the necropsy refrigerator is in a state of disrepair and the trash container was rusted. Work Order Number 02-1885 dated 15 May 2002 was submitted to address this issue. For a less formal take but equally informative take on things, you could refer to the quarterly issues of LACUC Tails were published to provide information of interest to principal investigators and their staff. This publication was intended to provide information to all interested USAMRIID personnel in an effort to support positive communications and interactions regarding animal care and use issues.

    • DXer said

      Vermin control was satisfactory, except for the south dock door in building 1425. This door had large gaps between the door and weather stripping that could allow entry of insects, birds and small mammals. A work order was submitted on 8 November 2001 to repair the door. Insect control procedures were also initiated 8 November 2001.

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