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

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* In early 2003, Dr. Ivins explained that the lyophilizer was NEVER out of B5; he explained that he used to make MPL PA vaccine; how could the FBI and US Attorney Taylor have been so confused to suggest that the lyophilizer was in B3 given its large size?

Posted by DXer on December 13, 2011

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lyophilizer like the one used by Dr. ivins

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* How could Dr. Bruce Ivins have moved the large and heavy lyophilizer (3 shelf Freeze Unitop) HL600 from the B5 into the B3? Would even a single one of the prosecutors or investigators be able to do it?

Posted by DXer on November 12, 2011

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* The lyophilizer in Building 1425 was in Suite B5, not Suite B3 where Dr. Ivins was on the nights in question (where he was doing the study with the 52 rabbits)

Posted by DXer on November 11, 2011

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* Frontline 4/22 FOIA for picture of lyophilizer (which would include Speed Vac)

Posted by DXer on August 1, 2011

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* Judge Allows Feds to Revise Filing in Anthrax Case

Posted by DXer on July 30, 2011

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IT WASN'T IVINS ... and the FBI must by now know that they drove the wrong man to suicide

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Greg Gordon, McClatchy Newspapers, Mike Wiser, FRONTLINE, and Stephen Engelberg, ProPublica, July 29, 2011 …

  • Justice Department lawyers, defending a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the first victim of the 2001 anthrax letter attacks, won a judge’s approval Friday to withdraw a court filing that seemed to undermine the FBI’s assertion that an Army researcher was the killer.
  • U.S. District Judge David Hurley of West Palm Beach, Fla., accepted a government attorney’s declaration that the FBI and federal prosecutors didn’t alert the government defense team to 10 errors in a statement of facts until after it had been filed in court on July 15.

Initial Filing

  • The initial filing asserted flatly that the U.S. bioweapons facility that employed researcher Bruce Ivins, whom the FBI accused of manufacturing the anthrax, did not have “specialized equipment” needed to produce the deadly powder in the secure biocontainment lab where Ivins had a workspace.

Revised Filing

  • The revised filing said that Ivins had access to a refrigerator-sized machine known as a lyophilizer, which can be used to dry solutions such as anthrax, at the facility in a less secure lab. In addition, it said that Ivins also had a smaller “speed-vac” that could be used for drying substances in his containment lab.

read the entire post at … http://www.propublica.org/article/judge-allows-feds-to-revise-filing-in-anthrax-case

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LMW COMMENT … 

10 errors in a statement of facts … does that inspire confidence in the DOJ attorneys or what?

 

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