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

* Who told Ivins on December 17, 2006 not to tell anyone about missing samples — that the FBI situation was under control — and that “justification” for missing samples could be provided if necessary?

Posted by Lew Weinstein on October 7, 2015

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4 Responses to “* Who told Ivins on December 17, 2006 not to tell anyone about missing samples — that the FBI situation was under control — and that “justification” for missing samples could be provided if necessary?”

  1. DXer said

    John Peterson of the Army has instructed the FOIA officer not to respond to any requests that (b)(6) exemptions be removed. (The emails were requested by New York Times reporter Scott Shane). When the email was belatedly produced years later, if Mr. Peterson understands me to have been under an obligation to appeal within a certain period of time, he is mistaken. I was not even the requestor. USAMRIID’s failure to respond to my request is fairly construed as a denial.

  2. DXer said

    Was he corresponding with his superior — the chief of bacteriology on December 18. 2006?

  3. DXer said

    when did Southern Research Institute (SRI) first obtain virulent Ames and from whom?

    Posted by Lew Weinstein on April 6, 2010

    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/when-did-southern-research-institute-first-obtain-virulent-ames-and-from-whom/

  4. DXer said

    Can you imagine that CDC is going to issue a report about USAMRIID inventory control and compliance with shipping requirements without addressing who wrote this to Ivins telling him, in so many words, to shut the f— up?”

    The person wrote Ivins: “If such cases arise, then we do have justification for missing samples.”

    Can you imagine that DOD is going to issue an accountability report while totally ignoring the issue?

    Let the person who wrote those words to Ivins come forward and explain the statement and its context — that is, what samples were missing and why.

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