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

* DXer: In no handwritten exemplar, out of the many dozens of uploaded handwriting exemplars from lab notebooks in which a “4” was written, did Bruce Ivins ever use the closed “4” such as was used in the Fall 2001 anthrax letters ; moreover, Ivins in the exemplars used a single stroke to make a “1”

Posted by Lew Weinstein on May 13, 2013

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2 Responses to “* DXer: In no handwritten exemplar, out of the many dozens of uploaded handwriting exemplars from lab notebooks in which a “4” was written, did Bruce Ivins ever use the closed “4” such as was used in the Fall 2001 anthrax letters ; moreover, Ivins in the exemplars used a single stroke to make a “1””

  1. DXer said

    In the formal handwriting examination conducted for Amerithrax, it was concluded that Bruce Ivins probably did not write the anthrax letters.

    Forensic Laboratory Examination Report

    United States Postal inspection Service
    Forensic Laboratory Services

    224-33 Randolph Dr

    Dulles, VA 20104-1000

    March 08, 2007

    USPlS\RJMuehlberger

    Case No. – Lab File No. 9-957-002016

    Type of Examination: Questioned Documents
    Request Date(s) 1/2007

    SA FBI Washington Field Office
    7799 Leesburg Pike
    Falls Church, VA 22043

    PROBLEM:

    ALL FBI
    PEREII-I IS
    DATE dlciil

    Determine whether or not the questioned entries appearing in the printed digital images
    (also contained on CD) of three labels; one depicting the writing “Ames strain RMR

    from Dugway Bruce Ivins (1997) 2/27/02” and two

    depicting the writing “Dugway Ames

    spores – 1997” were written by Bruce E. Ivins, whose known writings are depicted in the
    photocopies of various course of business documents.

    Determine whether or not the questioned entries appearing in the printed diqital images

    (also contained on CD) of two parcels; one addresse

    second addressed

    known writings are depicted in the photocopies ot

    |and the

    ere written by Bruce E. Ivins, whose
    arious course of business documents.

    Determine whether or not the questioned entries appearing on the “anthrax” envelopes and
    letters (photographic copies retained in the laboratory) were written by Bruce E. lvins,
    whose known writings are depicted in the photocopies of various course of business

    documents.

    FINDINGS:

    Bruce E. Ivins probably wrote the original of the questioned entries appearing in the printed

    digital images of the three labels described above.

    Bruce E. Ivins probably wrote the original of the questioned address entries appearing in the

    printed digital images of the two parcels.

    Bruce E. Ivins probably did not write the writings appearing on the “anthrax” envelopes and

    letters.

    REMARKS:

    The qualified findings expressed above are due to the lack of original documents from
    which the examination and comparisons were conducted. The submission of the original

  2. DXer said

    Bruce used “can’t” in his writing. (see examples below)

    The writer of the anthrax letters used “can not” — as distinguished from cannot or can’t.

    Those who claim, without any scientific basis, that Dr. Ivins wrote the anthrax letters, can’t find where he used the phrasing “can not”, can they?

    GAO should obtain and disclose the handwriting analysis.

    The same people who argue that the letters are consistent with Dr. Ivins handwriting have failed to produce the exemplars of Dr. Ivins handwriting.

    It would have taken approximately 1 minute to upload the handwriting analysis for Bruce Ivins, Abderraouf Jdey, Adnan El-Shukrijumah and Mohammed Atta — but the FBI did that because the analyses are exculpatory of Dr. Ivins.

    From: Ivins, Bruce E Dr USAMRIID To: Subject:
    RE: Titers for B97-05 sera Date: Thursday, January 27, 2000 8:29:17 PM

    I can’t print the file for some reason. – Bruce

    From: To:
    Subject: Date:
    Ivins, Bruce E Dr USAMRIID
    (b) (6)
    (b) (6)
    Ivins, Bruce E Dr USAMRIID;
    rPA Studies Monday, January 24, 2000 2:03:56 PM

    … protocol (B00-03) covers much of what needs to be done with rPA. I think what gets contracted out is going to depend on the space we have here, and the length of time we have to accomplish the work. As it stands now, we can’t possibly complete everything in the protocol by the end of the year. I …

    – Bruce

    From: Ivins, Bruce E Dr USAMRIID Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2000 7:21 AM
    To: USAMRIID Subject: FW: URL for conference form

    I got a call from … emphasized the need for quick action, since the hotel where (6) we want to hold certain functions needs to get a committment in writing, or they can’t reserve it for us.


    Thanks! – Bruce

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