posted on Jan, 10 2011 @ 03:15 AM
reply to post by anumohi
And you won't hear much about it here either I suspect, but I agree with you completely. Not knowing what facts your aware of, the basic theory and
outcome of the Amerithrax investigation was that the FBI after being unable to bury the first person they pinned it on(Hatfill) they picked the next
likely candidate on their list which was Bruce Ivins. A military scientist working on bio weapons at Ft Dietrick, who basically endured a FBI witch
hunt, up until the point where they finally told him he would be arrested, at which point he was found unconscious at his home where it was later
ruled that he committed suicide.
Many, many people do not believe for one second that Bruce Ivins carried out the attacks, yet the FBI has declared him a "Lone Gunman" and closed
the case. A quote from another military scientist that worked with and at the same lab as Ivins...
Asked by reporters after his testimony whether he believed that there was any chance that Dr. Ivins, who committed suicide in 2008, had carried out
the attacks, the microbiologist, Henry S. Heine, replied, “Absolutely not.” At the Army’s biodefense laboratory in Maryland, where Dr. Ivins and
Dr. Heine worked, he said, “among the senior scientists, no one believes it.”
Dr. Heine told the 16-member panel, which is reviewing the F.B.I.’s scientific work on the investigation, that producing the quantity of spores in
the letters would have taken at least a year of intensive work using the equipment at the army lab. Such an effort would not have escaped
colleagues’ notice, he added later, and lab technicians who worked closely with Dr. Ivins have told him they saw no such work.
He told the panel that biological containment measures where Dr. Ivins worked were inadequate to prevent the spores from floating out of the
laboratory into animal cages and offices. “You’d have had dead animals or dead people,” he said…
The FBI wants you to believe that basically Ivins was a nutjob, yet he was a top scientist for almost two decades leading up to the attacks, which he
basically does for some truly bizarre reasons(according to the FBI) and then after this totally uncharacteristic act of somehow turning himself into a
coldblooded terrorist, he went right back to being a top scientist, for the next several years. It should also be noted that this biological weapons
scientist, who had access and or knowledge to create any kind of lethal killing agents(like a cyanide pill for example), decides to kill him self with
Tylenol PM. Strange to say the least.
I think the FBI was still on a fishing expedition, and Ivins was the next guy in line that was going to be guilty until proven innocent. I think the
reason why the Anthrax attacks have been consistently kept out of the public eye is because it was directly connected to the 9/11 attacks.