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* OPERATION BITTER PILL: In The Case Of A Second 9/11 In Form Of Aerosol Anthrax Attack, Your Mailman Will Bring You Antibiotics While You Ponder Why The FBI Withheld The Documents Revealing The Missteps In Amerithrax Investigation

Posted by DXer on August 9, 2012






4 Responses to “* OPERATION BITTER PILL: In The Case Of A Second 9/11 In Form Of Aerosol Anthrax Attack, Your Mailman Will Bring You Antibiotics While You Ponder Why The FBI Withheld The Documents Revealing The Missteps In Amerithrax Investigation”

  1. DXer said

    On meaning of the 28 pages, lawmakers who ran 9/11 probe disagree, July 20, 2016

    Read more here:

    Here again Goss, who headed the Central Intelligence Agency from September 2004 to May 2006, differs.

    “Bob and I do have some daylight between our views,” he said by phone from his summer vacation home on Fishers Island, off the southeastern tip of Long Island, New York. “I wouldn’t discourage his efforts to find out more. But right now nothing convinces me that anybody acting in an official Saudi capacity and blessed by the Saudi government or any element of the Saudi government was connected to 9/11.”

    Graham’s displeasure goes beyond Saudi Arabia. He says that both during the joint congressional investigation in 2002 and since then, the FBI has obstructed his efforts to uncover the roots of 9/11, primarily by denying him access to neighbors and friends of a dozen Saudi hijackers who lived in Florida, Virginia and New Jersey before the attacks.

    The FBI, Graham says, also refused to share with him the results of its probe of those hijackers.

    “We were not allowed to interview several key witnesses,” Graham said.

    Goss said Graham’s frustration is reasonable. “I think he’s justified in feeling slow-rolled,” he said. “Would that be the first time in Washington someone was slow-rolled? No. Slow-roll is the name of the game in Washington.”

  2. DXer said

    August 10, 2012 11:20 AM

    PharmAthene shares plunge on anthrax vaccine hold

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — PharmAthene shares plummeted in morning trading Friday after the company said health regulators halted its study of an experimental anthrax vaccine.

    The company said the Food and Drug Administration placed a clinical hold on the company’s trial of SparVax rPA trial. The agency did not give a reason, but plans to send PharmAthene a letter explaining the action in the next 30 days.

    The clinical study, which was expected to begin by the end of this year, has not enrolled any patients yet.

    Company shares fell 20 cents, or 13.5 percent, to $1.26 in morning trading. They are near their 52-week low of $1.07 set in mid-December.

  3. DXer said


  4. DXer said

    If CIA continues to pressure GAO in connection with the GAO report, things may go sideways on them when GAO is provided through back channels materials the CIA never realized were available to be given to the GAO.

    Certainly, anyone who seeks to obscure things for self-interested reasons risks getting themselves into big trouble — that they otherwise might have avoided by just letting things play out and by putting the reward back on the table.

    So everyone might better just leave GAO free to do its relatively insignificant “should have been validated” term paper without interference — while arranging for the fullest possible document production by the FBI and CIA and Postal Inspectors to GAO as possible.

    Then we can just wait for Dr. Ayman’s attack and see the FBI and CIA personnel responsible for withholding documents fired when the public is paying attention.

    Ask yourself: When you saw Bourne Legacy this week, did you identify with Matt Damon or with Ed Norton?

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