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* Full copy of Dr. Patricia Worsham’s Feb 2011 civil deposition recently produced by DOJ

Posted by DXer on February 20, 2014

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Full copy of Dr. Patricia Worsham’s civil deposition

recently produced by DOJ

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ab59qq13ebhkxfr/Worshamdepo.pdf

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* Full copy of Dr. Gerard Andrews’ civil deposition recently produced by DOJ (in 3 parts)

Posted by DXer on February 20, 2014

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Dr. Gerard Andrews’ full civil deposition

in Stevens v. United States (in 3 parts)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/a1w5cdrk3k9y2b8/Andrews%20deposition%202.pdf

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* Amerithrax: Dr. Adamovicz addresses the FBI’s failed thinking on the Silicon Signature

Posted by DXer on February 20, 2014

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* this recent DXer comment deserves its own post … do you find the behavior DXer describes as disgusting as I do?

Posted by DXer on February 20, 2014

The FBI has no case against this man ... but meanwhile he is dead and the real perpetrators are still out there.

The FBI has no case against this man … but meanwhile he is dead and the real perpetrators are still out there.


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 commented on * DOJ Civil Has Produced Jeffrey Adamovicz’ Full Civil Deposition Relating To The Fall 2001 Anthrax Mailings

“That expert’s lab threw out Dr. Ivins’ February 2001 submission. (The FBI incredibly then used those same events to blame Ivins).”

Oops. February 2002. I mean that the FBI’s expert who made the dried powder from RMR 1029 threw out Dr. Ivins’ February 2002 submission.”

Given that the FBI had failed to disclose that its expert had made a dried powder out of RMR 1029 — in any of the thousands of pages produced — it was very wrong for the FBI to build a case based on Dr. Ivins’ sample being thrown out. The way to avoid or reduce the effect of a conflict of interest is through disclosure and transparency.

To his great credit, Dr. Ezzell admitted it when I telephoned him — explaining that he was under a gag order and that the FBI likely was wiretapping his phone.

There is a lot of uncertainty in this case — but I consider Dr. Ezzell’s courage and integrity to be one of the things that is very well-established. I expect that anyone who heard him voluntarily come forward and speak to these issues at the conference organized by UCLA that was moderated by Lew thinks the same thing. In the meantime, others at the FBI have continued to play hide-the-ball. As an example, the FBI refuses to produce the handwriting comparison done of Mohammed Atta’s handwriting and the anthrax letters.

The FBI’s FOIA person Dave Hardy does not view correcting the FBI’s missteps in Amerithrax to be a priority.

Indeed, an entire book was written by former WMD head Majidi where he never mentioned Dr. Ivins’ experiment with the 52 rabbits.

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