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

Posts Tagged ‘Joany Jackman’

* Is Southern Research Institute the phrase that fits in front of laboratory in regard to the location that aerosol work for DARPA was done? Was it Johns-Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory? Or instead were the special facilities built at USAMRIID. The research involved the FBI’s anthrax expert John Ezzell and his assistant Joany Jackman.

Posted by DXer on July 21, 2011

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* This is an interview of a scientist who had been working on the DARPA research while at USAMRIID; did Joany Jackman leave the remaining Ames from Flask 1029 with Terry Abshire or John Ezzell when she left?

Posted by DXer on April 12, 2011

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* a challenge to reporters covering the FBI’s anthrax investigation … it’s time for you to investigate !!!

Posted by DXer on April 12, 2011

reporters need to learn what the FBI hasn't told

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DXer writes in a recent comment …

We need actual investigative reporting and not merely a retread of what we know.  That requires document discovery through FOIA and interview of people like Patricia Fellows, Mara Linscott, Terry Abshire and Joany Jackman about the DARPA research in which they all participated.  Holes pointed out by genetics experts are meaningless when the genetics only narrowed things to an estimated “up to 377” between Building 1412 and Building 1425 in the first place.

For example, perhaps USAMRIID has the documents relating to the necropsies conducted on the mice in late September 2001 and the rabbits in early October 2001.  It boggles my mind that no reporter has even bothered to obtain the 302 interview statements of the family members or the September 17, 2001 email to Mara Linscott (so as to be able to see the time it was sent). I realize these journalists are overworked (and handle a wide range of important matters) but it only takes minutes to submit a FOIA request.


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