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

* EU: Yazid Sufaat, also known as “Joe”, who worked for Al-Qaida’s biological weapons program, provided support to those involved in Al Qaeda’s 9/11 attacks

Posted by Lew Weinstein on October 21, 2016

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http://englih.aawsat.com/2016/10/article55360330/eu-amends-list-of-terrorist-persons-organizations

EU Amends List of Terrorist Individuals, Organizations

Abdullah Mustafa

Brussels-On 11 October 2016, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning ISIS, al-Qaida and associated individuals, groups, undertakings and entities removed Yemeni national Nasir Abd al-Karim Abdullah al-Wahishi from the Sanctions List and enacted Malaysian Yazid Sufaat, also known as Joe, to the same list.

Sufaat was accused of being the founding member of Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) who worked for al-Qaida’s biological weapons program, provided support to those involved in al-Qaida’s 11 Sep. 2001 attacks in the United States and was involved in JI bombing operations.

He was detained in Malaysia from 2001 till 2008 and was later arrested in 2013 and sentenced to 7 years in Jan. 2016 for failing to report information relating to terrorist acts.

15 Responses to “* EU: Yazid Sufaat, also known as “Joe”, who worked for Al-Qaida’s biological weapons program, provided support to those involved in Al Qaeda’s 9/11 attacks”

  1. DXer said

    Obama Advisers Urge Action Against CRISPR Bioterror Threat

    MIT Technology Review-Nov 18, 2016
    In a letter to the president, advisers say an “exponential” increase in biotechnology has created powerful tools that terrorists could exploit.

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602934/obama-advisers-urge-action-against-crispr-bioterror-threat/

    In a letter to the president, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) urges the creation of a new entity charged with developing a national biodefense strategy within six months. Such a strategy was developed in 2009, but it’s carried out by several government agencies in an uncoördinated approach, says Piers Millet, a bioterror expert at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C.

    The council is also urging the president to ask Congress to establish a $2 billion fund to respond to public health emergencies that could be caused by new biotechnologies.

    Comment:

    Are mute swans a boon or menace? Governor Cuomo now has signed into law the bill that will protect my mute swan friend Ernie for a bit. Ernie is not nearly as menacing as some made him out to be — so long as you had a sense of humor in March when he would try to sink your pontoon boat as you passed his family’s nest. I would tell passengers that he was trying to eat the seaweed — but no, he was definitely trying to sink the boat.

    But what about CRISPR? I’ve got money riding on the outcome of the patent dispute among the inventors (involving EDITAS) and so I’ll avoid dwelling on the issue.

  2. DXer said

    Pompeo, named to be CIA Director, attended West Point, where he graduated first in his class, and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor on the Harvard Law Review. He is opposed to closing the Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba, and has also advocating for strengthening U.S. surveillance capabilities.

    “Robust surveillance, drawing on a variety of technical and human intelligence and backed up by rigorous investigation of all leads, is the best way to mitigate the threat,” of terrorism, he wrote in a January 2016 Wall Street Journal op-ed.

    Well, Congressman Pompeo, I hope you do Gannett House proud in the “rigorous investigation of all leads” in mitigating the Al Qaeda and ISIS anthrax threat.

    Anthrax, Al Qaeda and the Infiltration of US Biodefense
    http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

  3. DXer said

    With former DIA head Michael Flynn appointed National Security Adviser, maybe a more transparent approach to the anthrax threat will be taken, with some historic context fleshed out. (Maybe not — it’s hard to predict what change in personnel will bring). But I’ve never seen DIA as part of the problem. At least prior to August 2003, when there was a change in personnel among DIA analysts, was part of the solution.

    With Hambali (captured in August 2003) not even seeing a court room for 13 years — and the FBI allowed to withhold Ivins notebook from the day of mailing — it seems that a more transparent approach is preferable.

    If Michael Flynn is looking for a former DIA analyst knowledgeable about the anthrax threat, he could turn to James Vandevelde, at the CTC not so long ago.

    An ominous post-9/11 warning
    Americans are less safe now than they were prior to Sept. 11

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/aug/19/may-an-ominous-warning/

    “Think, too, about the fact that those who postpone blowing themselves up are developing new and improved martial skills. “They write about and share ‘Lessons Learned’ all the time,” Gen. Flynn said. He recalled that not long after Sept. 11, 2001, anthrax was used in an act of terrorism that killed five people. “If that anthrax had been dispersed more efficiently,” he said, “it could have killed a quarter-million people.” Also worth bearing in mind: Just eight years separates the first attack on New York’s World Trade Center in 1993, in which six people were killed, from the 2001 mass murders.”

    • DXer said

      Perhaps Flynn would avoided the chief blunder of the last 15 years — the invasion of Iraq.

      Former Military Chief: Iraq War Was A ‘Failure’ That Helped Create ISIS

      “We strategically marched in the wrong direction.”

      11/30/2015 03:19 pm ET | Updated Dec 01, 2015

      Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency who came up through intelligence positions in Iraq and Afghanistan, says that the George W. Bush administration’s Iraq war was a tremendous blunder that helped to create the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or ISIS.

      “It was a huge error,” Flynn said about the Iraq war in a detailed interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel published Sunday.

      “As brutal as Saddam Hussein was, it was a mistake to just eliminate him,” Flynn went on to say. “The same is true for Moammar Gadhafi and for Libya, which is now a failed state. The historic lesson is that it was a strategic failure to go into Iraq. History will not be and should not be kind with that decision.”

      Flynn, who served in the U.S. Army for more than 30 years, also said that the American military response following 9/11 was not well thought-out at all and based on significant misunderstandings.

      “When 9/11 occurred, all the emotions took over, and our response was, ‘Where did those bastards come from? Let’s go kill them. Let’s go get them,’” he said.

      Instead of determining why the U.S. was attacked by terrorists, Flynn said, the Bush administration was looking at where the terrorists came from and locations to attack.

      “Then,” Flynn said, “we strategically marched in the wrong direction.”

      Following the 9/11 attacks, the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003 based on sketchy evidence presented by the Bush administration that linked weapons of mass destruction and terrorist organization Al Qaeda to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The fall of Hussein resulted in chaos and led to a power vacuum in the region that terrorist organizations, like the Islamic State, have taken advantage of.

  4. DXer said

    Former DIA Director Michael Flynn may be Secretary of Defense or National Security Adviser. He gave this interview after leaving DIA:

    JK: When you were asked recently at the Aspen Security Forum whether the United States is safer from the terrorist threat today than before 9/11, you answered no.

    http://breakingdefense.com/2014/08/flynns-last-interview-intel-iconoclast-departs-dia-with-a-warning/

    “Flynn: I know that’s a scary thought, but in 2004, there were 21 total Islamic terrorist groups spread out in 18 countries. Today, there are 41 Islamic terrorist groups spread out in 24 countries. A lot of these groups have the intention to attack Western interests, to include Western embassies and in some cases Western countries. Some have both the intention and some capability to attack the United States homeland.
    For instance, we’re doing all we can to understand the outflow of foreign fighters from Syria and Iraq, many of them with Western passports, because another threat I’ve warned about is Islamic terrorists in Syria acquiring chemical or biological weapons. We know they are trying to get their hands on chemical weapons and use what they already have to create a chemical weapons capability.

    Remember anthrax was used in 2001 [killing five people] and pretty much paralyzed Capitol Hill. If that anthrax had been dispersed more efficiently, it could have killed a quarter million people.”

  5. DXer said

    Retired Lt. General Ron Burgess, former director of the DIA, is a leading contender for director of national intelligence.

    I would love to see James Vandeveld, a former DIA analyst familiar with Amerithrax, be able to see that some gaps in analysis be filled.

    Here is a partial biography of Ronald L. Burgess:

    LTG Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., USA

    March 2009 – July 2012

    Lieutenant General Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., became Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in March 2009.

    Lieutenant General Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., was commissioned in Military Intelligence through the Auburn University ROTC Program in 1974. He earned a Master of Science degree in Education from the University of Southern California in 1980, and a Master of Military Arts and Science from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in 1986.

    His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course, the Military Intelligence Officers Advanced Course, the Command and General Staff College, the Advanced Military Studies Program, and the Air War College.

    Lieutenant General Burgess has held a variety of key staff and command positions.

    His staff assignments include: Assistant Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Washington, D.C. in 1990; G-2, 25th Infantry Division (Light) from May 1993 to May 1994 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. He served as Director of Intelligence, J-2, Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), Fort Bragg, North Carolina, from May 1997 to June 1999; Director of Intelligence, J-2, U.S. Southern Command from June 1999 until May 2003, and Director for Intelligence, J-2, The Joint Staff from June 2003 to July 2005. Lieutenant General Burgess assumed duty as the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Customer Outcomes in August 2005 transitioning to Director of the Intelligence Staff in February 2007. He was dual-hatted twice as the Acting Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence from May 2006 to October 2007, and January to February 2009.

  6. DXer said

    Former Congressman Mike Pence long ago opined in a public letter that Al Qaeda was involved in the anthrax mailings. He now is slated to be the country’s next Vice-President. Will Notebook 4282 from the date of mailing now be produced so as to help to finally resolve the issue? A government mediator wrote a couple weeks ago and was preparing to contact the FBI.

    But if Vice-President Pence were to order a review of Amerithrax, the FBI would find that it was no longer business as usual in Washington.

    “Many observers, including most outside scientists, have argued that the FBI’s “Ivins Theory” was unpersuasive. The FBI reasoned that Dr. Ivins had no reason to be in the lab on particular dates. Some DOJ and FBI officials reasoned he must have been making and preparing a powderized anthrax to kill 5 people. I have interviewed the Al Qaeda anthrax lab director Yazid Sufaat, however, and he does not deny responsibility for the Fall 2001 anthrax mailings.

    Yazid Sufaat says that, contrary to some media reports, he was successful in developing anthrax, but prefers other bugs; he views anthrax as good for sabotaging, but not killing
    Posted by Lew Weinstein on April 30, 2015
    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/yazid-sufaat-says-that-contrary-to-some-media-reports-he-was-successful-in-developing-anthrax-but-prefers-other-bugs-he-views-anthrax-as-good-for-sabotaging-but-not-killing/

    Al Qaeda anthrax lab technician tells DXer that he realizes that by addressing these issues he may “jack myself up” but says that the “plan is on the way” — what does he mean when he says the “plan is on the way”?
    Posted by Lew Weinstein on May 1, 2012
    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2012/05/01/al-qaeda-anthrax-lab-technician-tells-dxer-by-chat-that-he-realizes-that-by-addressing-these-issues-he-may-jack-myself-up-but-says-that-the-plan-is-on-the-way-what-does-he-mean-when-he-s/

    ***

    DXer says … Adnan El-Shukrijumah, son of Saudi missionary, was the Fall 2001 anthrax mailer and FBI is withholding relevant documents

    Posted by Lew Weinstein on May 12, 2016
    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2016/05/12/dxer-says-adnan-el-shukrijumah-son-of-saudi-missionary-was-the-fall-2001-anthrax-mailer-and-fbi-is-withholding-relevant-documents/

    DXer says: Adnan El-Shukrijumah is the anthrax mailer … on or about 9/13/2001, he phoned from KSM’s house to tell his mom he was coming to the US
    Posted on June 6, 2014
    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/dxer-adnan-el-shukrijumah-is-the-anthrax-mailer-on-9132001-he-phoned-from-ksms-house-to-tell-his-mom-he-was-coming-to-the-us/

    • DXer said

      Requestor Dr. Dillon is an academic and publisher. He is a former intelligence analyst associated with the US State Department. In testing the FBI’s theory that Dr. Ivins had no reason to be in the lab, he has sought Lab Notebook 4282 which contains contemporaneous handwritten notes about one of the many experiments he was working on (at pages 65-70). The pages were first obtained by the FBI in 2003 and put in Part 1A of an FBI 302 report. See 1A GJ 1100.

      In response to Dillon’s FOIA request for information relating to Ivins’ activities in Sep.-Oct. 2001, the FBI falsely claimed that it had uploaded the information (such as Notebook 4282) to the FBI’s “Vault”
      Posted by Lew Weinstein on October 15, 2015
      https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2015/10/15/in-response-to-dillons-foia-request-for-information-relating-to-ivins-activities-in-sep-oct-2001-the-fbi-falsely-claimed-that-it-had-uploaded-the-information-such-as-notebook-4282-to-the-f/

      The original was then seized again in 2007 and not returned. An FBI agent in an excel spreadsheet that has been produced explains that the notebook has entries from the time of the mailings. (See Part 55 of 59 of Amerithrax documents in the FBI’s “Vault.”) The FBI and DOJ have failed to produce the notebook despite requests by both me and Dr. Dillon. Specifically, there are notations from September 14, 15 and from September 18, 2001, the date of the first mailing.

      The Army has sought the return of the notebooks taken by Dr. Ivins for years — and has uploaded all those that it has and that eventually were returned by the FBI. Notebook 4282, however, still has not been returned. According to USMRMC FOIA Officer Sandra Rogers, the FBI still has not returned Notebooks 4037, 4010 and 4282, preventing the Army from uploading them in USAMRMC’s excellent reading room that was created containing my FOIA requests directed to USAMRIID.
      http://mrmc.amedd.army.mil/index.cfm?pageid=foia_reading_room.overview

      I have uploaded the FBI discussing the documents relating to Notebook 4282 that is still subject of the DOJ and FBI’s game of hide-the-ball at the hyperlinks above. I have forwarded them to Attorney Matt Hurd. Attorney Hurd, who has been very gracious, has expressed a willingness to have an attorney reconsider the denial. But that will lead to an attorney doing the same ineffectual searches in the decades-old database being used of words like “Notebook” “USMRMC.” Instead, Attorney Hurd should pick up the phone and call FOIA analyst Meredith Savary or former lead Amerithrax investigator Richard Lambert or someone currently at the FBI who would know and ask where to find the documents. To claim that the dog ate the lab pages in Dr. Ivins’ notebook on the date of mailing of anthrax that killed 5 people is unacceptable. I am advised by FOIA Officer Ms. Rogers that the Notebook 4282 that the FBI has not returned is titled “Anthrax.”

      This past year, Hambali, the supervisor of Al Qaeda anthrax lab director Yazid Sufaat, saw the light of a courtroom for the first time since his capture in 2003. That’s an incredible 13 years without any transparency about his involvement in Al Qaeda’s anthrax program.

      On this issue of the FBI blaming Dr. Bruce Ivins for the anthrax mailings,however, there is no justification for there not to be government in the sunshine. The Department of Justice and FBI should comply with FOIPA. The Department of Justice and FBI, first and foremost, should stand for the rule of law.

  7. DXer said

    Full transcript: GQ commentator Keith Olbermann on Recode Media

    http://www.recode.net/2016/10/15/13290882/keith-olbermann-gq-closer-donald-trump-recode-media-podcast-transcript

    by Eric Johnson@HeyHeyESJ Oct 15, 2016, 12:00pm EDT

    “Against my will, I covered the Monica Lewinsky story for 218 consecutive shows in 1998. And the last week we were on, two of the guests, there was a fellow who was a strategist, I don’t remember his name, but the other one was Dr. Richard Haass who later worked in the Bush Administration. And we were talking about anthrax and Al-Qaeda. This is 1998 and it’s like, “Wow, that’s terrifying, let’s revisit this.” And we didn’t. We changed topics. So I’ve been on the wrong side of it. I did not stop in the middle of a Lewinsky conversation and say, “I just get this sense there’s something more important happening in the immediate future maybe we should be talking about.” I

  8. DXer said

    http://feedstuffs.com/story-ags-biodefense-still-inadequate-45-148689

    U.S. ag’s biodefense still inadequate

    Published on: Nov 1, 2016

    When U.S. troops went into an Afghanistan cave in 2002, they found an Al-Qaida list of planned bioweapon pathogens, including six human pathogens, six livestock and poultry pathogens and four plant pathogens, Gen. Richard Myers, interim president of Kansas State University, said at a recent Bipartisan Policy Center panel discussion highlighting the threat of bio/agroterrorism and the importance of including agriculture in biosecurity and biodefense.

    ***

    “I think these are issues that deserve the highest attention and the most critical prioritization as we look at public policy in the context of national security,” Daschle said as he described his firsthand experience with bioterrorism during the 2001 anthrax attacks. “I don’t think anyone disputes the importance of the issue, but what I don’t think has happened is that we have given it the kind of attention that it so justly deserves.”

    Rogers, former chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, pointed out that terrorists have become much more sophisticated, highlighting the discovery of a laptop in Syria with a documented strategy for using biological warfare.

    “It will happen,” Rogers said. “It is a matter now of: Are we prepared to deal with it, and have we set ourselves up for being successful in either beating it, disrupting it or reacting to it? And I think today, probably not.”

    Comment: There was once a reader and wonderful correspondent who owned one of the largest and most famous poultry-associated companies in the world. From reading news of arrests and local news reports around the country, I never had any doubt that poultry was under potential threat. There was an unnoticed early case in the midwest that involved cell members who worked at a poultry processing plant. One of the roommates, an Egyptian, was researching pathogens that couldn’t be detected in the water supply at his local public library.

    There were kicked in doors, denials, detentions, deportations and US and Canadian classification orders requiring secrecy extending decades. Let’s hope we never have the sort of clarity that a future attack might provide — or admissions after any operatives in the US or other countries are no longer the thumb of authorities.

    This one’s for you, Mitzi.

    • DXer said

      When he was arrested in 2002, Abdel-Ilah Elmardoudi’s fake ID gave the address of “New Branswick.” New Brunswick was 4 miles from Franklin Park, the place in New Jersey used on the fictitious return address in the anthrax mailings. He was carrying over $80,000 in cash — and nervously bit his lip in November 2002 as DEA agents searched the greyhound bus transiting North Carolina on the way from New York City to Houston. In a trial in Detroit, he would be convicted of being part of a cell supporting terrorists, but his conviction was later reversed on the grounds of prosecutorial misconduct. He had lived in Detroit with the two men who were with the Egyptian scientist in Canton, Ohio public library in May and June 2001 researching anthrax and other pathogens.FN/

      FN/

      “No Threat to Canton, Mayor Says Egyptian Man Who Researched City Water System, Parasitic Diseases at Library ‘Just Had Conversations,” Akron Beacon Journal, October 6, 2001

      “Terrorist Investigation Heads To Local Library,” Clickondetroit, October 5, 2001

      The Egyptian scientist’s roommates worked at a chicken processing plant.

      In late 2002, when Elmardoudi was apprehended on a bus going from New York City to Houston while transiting North Carolina, he was taken to Detroit, Michigan on the terrorism charges, where he stood trial, was convicted, and jailed. He was convicted along with Moroccan Karem Koubriti of conspiring to support Islamic extremists plotting attacks in the United States and the Middle East. That case had begun with a raid on a Detroit apartment just a week after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks when the FBI raided an apartment where Al Qaeda operative Nabil Al-Marabh had been staying. Al-Marabh had contacted with Atta, Al-Shehhi and two other hijackers. The former Boston cab driver Al-Marabh once distributed up to $200,000 between Afghanistan training camps. Abdel-Ilah Elmardoudi, then 37, and Karim Koubriti, 24, were found guilty of conspiracy to provide material support or resources to terrorists. Prosecutors had alleged the four men worked as a sleeper cell and conspired to help terrorists by raising money and producing false documents. The government had claimed that Elmardoudi was the leader of the alleged cell. Prosecutors said their plot was hatched before they arrived in the United States in the late 1990s and 2000. Prosecutors relied upon a videotape and sketches found in the apartment raid showed potential targets including Las Vegas and Disneyland, and U.S. military installations in Turkey and Jordan. Defendants said a video depicting scenes of Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., and the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, was an innocuous travelogue. The prosecution’s star witness was Youssef Hmimssa, who later lived with Elmardoudi. Hmimssa claimed that Elmardoudi told him about the possibility of attacks on the United States one month before the Sept. 11 hijackings.

      Elmardoudi’s conviction for supporting terrorism was reversed due to the prosecution’s withholding of evidence said to cast doubt on who made the drawings and on the credibility of Hmimssa’s testimony.

  9. DXer said

    Bioweapons and Scientific Advances

    4 Nov 2016

    By Claudia Otto and Oliver Thränert for Center for Security Studies (CSS)

    http://www.css.ethz.ch/en/services/digital-library/articles/article.html/74b9f164-54ad-4393-99e0-a0525b01a5ee

    “In September and October 2001, letters containing finely milled anthrax spores were sent to two US senators and several US journalists. These letters resulted in 22 anthrax infections and five deaths, but the case was never officially solved. The terrorist organization al-Qaida developed an interest in ricin and anthrax, but failed in its efforts to recruit scientists from the former Soviet weapons program.”

  10. DXer said

    https://www.unlv.edu/news/article/four-issues-unlv-s-graduate-researchers-want-presidential-candidates-consider

    Terrorism comes in many forms, and Chandler Hassan, an M.S. student in chemistry and biochemistry, is most interested in the addressing the biological kind. He’s been studying the 2001 anthrax attacks, in which the U.S. Postal Service was unknowingly used to conduct an act of bioterrorism, and is working with faculty advisor Ernesto Abel-Santos on potential treatments for the deadly bacteria.

    “As we’re moving forward here, 15 years removed from this incident, we’re asking ourselves, ‘Are we any safer today than we were then?’” Hassan said. “That’s an issue that our presidential candidates and all political leaders are going to have to answer, and we expect the answer to be yes.”

  11. DXer said

    You and CRSPR.

    On Patrol with America’s Top Bioterror Cop, MIT Technology Review, October 20, 2016
    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602643/on-patrol-with-americas-top-bioterror-cop/

  12. DXer said

    An Invitation

    From: [Tom Daschle]
    To: [John Podesta]
    Date: 2016-01-12 19:29
    Subject: An Invitation

    Dear John,

    We hope this note finds you well. I’m sure things are very busy for you right now!

    Former Congressman Mike Rogers and I invite you to join us for a salon dinner discussion on biodefense on February 22nd at 6:00 pm at the Cosmos Club in Washington D.C. As you know, biosecurity is an issue that I had the unfortunate experience of dealing with first hand when anthrax was sent to my Senate office. However, even with the anthrax attacks that took place in 2001, and the Ebola outbreak in 2014, biodefense isn’t being as seriously considered as I believe it should be.

    Mike, as I am sure you know, during his time in office was the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Mike built a legacy as a tireless and effective leader on biodefense, counterterrorism and national security policy. Mike currently hosts a nationally-syndicated radio show, is a CNN national security commentator, a Distinguished Fellow at the Hudson Institute and serves on the Board of Trustees at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress.

    Last year, I had the privilege of serving on the Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense led by Governor Ridge and Senator Lieberman. Mike briefed the panel and informed our final recommendations. Now that that the panel’s report has been released, we believe we have an opportunity to elevate the political prioritization of biodefense and preparedness, as well as advance near and mid-term changes to address the challenges and gaps we continue to face.

    Mike and I would like to bring together a small group of thought leaders, such as yourself, for an informal discussion. Ideally, we would like to build on the discussion that the Blue Ribbon Panel Study began, and identify some actionable priorities. In the end, we hope to use the ideas gathered during the dinner discussion to develop both short-term and mid-term strategies for increasing political interest in improving our national health security.

    Given your experience and expertise in these areas, Mike and I are hopeful that you will be able to join us.

    All the best,

    Tom Daschle
    Former US Senate Majority Leader

    Mike Rogers
    Former Chairman, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

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