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

Archive for September 4th, 2012

* GAO: Who is responsible for withholding this notebook showing what Dr. Ivins was doing in the lab the first week of October 2001?

Posted by DXer on September 4, 2012

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NOTE from DXer: it was FBI and not USAMRIID

doing the withholding of these notebooks

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Anonymous Nice FBI tactic. Confiscate the only copy of the notebook – then ask someone what they were doing in the lab on the evenings of early October 2001, 8 years after the fact. Then claim that since they couldn’t provide an explanation from memory (without the help of a confiscated notebook) they must be guilty of capital murder. Case solved. People should go to jail for this.

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* On September 11, 2001, Dr. Ivins was notified that his performance was assessed as Exceptional

Posted by DXer on September 4, 2012

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* Notebook 4240 Excerpts (newly produced) – AVA and Other Experiments, including CpG Studies

Posted by DXer on September 4, 2012

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* Three notebooks from the FBI have now been released on the FOIA website

Posted by DXer on September 4, 2012

UPDATE 

heads up – Notebook 4241 is a blockbuster

– recounting his work on the rabbits – first week of October

… the formaldehyde experiment

DXer … Go directly to Notebook 4241.  Recounts the work with the rabbits in the formaldehyde experiment the first week of October 2001.  GAO needs to get to the bottom of how this notebook came to be withheld and how there was no mention of rabbits in the Amerithrax Investigative Summary.  There is a very serious issue raised by the withholding of this notebook that absolutely must be addressed.  The FBI’s stupid “Ivins Theory” was premised on its claim that Dr. Ivins had no reason to be in the lab.

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 Three additional notebooks from the FBI have now been released on the FOIA website
 
 

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* The Bioterrorist Attacks on America, by Yuril V. Ezepchuk (Director of Biological Sciences, University of Colorado) … hypothesis: the hijacker Ahmed Alhaznawi had been infected with the skin form of anthrax

Posted by DXer on September 4, 2012

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The author writes:

“From my point of view, the report made by Dr. Christos Tsonas from Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is worthy of attention. According to Dr. Tsonas, at the end of June 2001, a pilot with a terrible abscess on his leg came to see him. Dr. Tsonas prescribed this pilot with an antibiotic, which subsequently was discovered in the apartment of the hijacker Ahmed Alhaznawi. According to the hypothesis of Dr. Tsonas, the pilot he treated had been infected with the skin form of anthrax. Furthermore, a pharmacist in Del Rey Beach, Florida witnessed the hijackers Mohamad Atta and Marwan Al-Shehhi seeking medicine in the pharmacy for a severe skin irritation on their hands [15].

In my opinion, these facts provide evidence that the hijackers had contact with anthrax spores. I ruled out that they pre-packed the anthrax spores into envelopes because they did not have the necessary microbiological conditions, not to mention the qualifications. More than likely someone from overseas delivered the anthrax spores a few months before the planned terrorist attack on September 11.  …

Having the anthrax spores delivered to his home in Florida, the hijacker naturally decided he was interested in which form the anthrax was and whether or not they were damaged during transport. Evidently the bottles were undamaged, but whoever packaged the bottles did not take sufficient care in packaging the bottles as a small amount of the spores were on the wrapping material. The hijacker unwrapped the parcel without rubber scientific protective gloves and isolated spores came into contact with his hands causing an erythema, from which he was saved with the help of antibiotics. One cannot eliminate the possibility that the other terrorist was present and not wearing rubber scientific protective gloves when the parcel was unwrapped. The terrorist transferred an undetermined amount of anthrax spores from his hands to his leg, causing the anthrax to contaminate his skin. Even if he had opened just one flask, he would have not been successful in avoiding infection through inhalation of the anthrax, resulting in the usual outcome. Again, I am positive that the hijacker did not actually send the envelopes containing anthrax spores. This endeavor could only be accomplished by a qualified microbiologist.”

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