More Ugly Details on the Anthrax Attacks

Thanks Olga


William Gallagher wrote:
from the book Devilvision:
Chapter Two: The Fourth Reich

The Ax of 911

To round out this accounting of the 911 show we will quickly cover the
anthrax attacks that followed in the wake of the calamity like a very ill
wind. It seems certain people were expected to squawk over the grave of
the World trade centers, and their dead, and all the things that became
covered up and buried in the wreckage and debris. Certain of these people
were targeted with mailings of a deadly weaponized strain of anthrax
which was specially prepared so that when the person opened the envelope,
a static charge would disperse the anthrax spores, allowing them to be
inhaled. This proved deadly in 5 instances.

Francis A. Boyle worked under the first Bush Administration as a
bioweapons advisor in the 1980s. He says he believes the anthrax mailings
were an attack cooked up by the rogues within our intelligence apparatus,
to help create a police state by killing off and/or intimidating
opposition to anti-terror legislation like the USA PATRIOT Act and the
later Military Commissions Act.

"After the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Bush Administration
tried to ram the USA PATRIOT Act through Congress," Boyle said in a radio
interview with Austin-based talk-show host Alex Jones. "That would have
set up a police state."

Senators Tom Daschle (D-South Dakota) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) were
opposing the legislation, because they were reading between the lines.
Then came the anthrax attacks. Both senators received letters with
anthrax, but were lucky enough to survive. Their resistance and support
evaporated after these murder attempts though, and the Patriot Act was
indeed rammed through during all the subsequent confusion and fear.
According to Testimony by Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas): "Most
members of Congress were compelled to vote for the bill without even
reading it."

Analysts believe the letters were not written by a Middle-Eastern person.
The FBI publicly stated they believed the perpetrator to be a lone, male
domestic terrorist, obviously one with a scientific background and lab
experience who could handle hazardous materials. This lab specialist
terrorist must have received anthrax vaccine recently (it requires a
yearly booster shot), whether or not he made the material himself,
because filling the letters was a dangerous operation. The vaccine is in
short supply and is not generally accessible. Vaccination records must be
available. The perpetrator also appears to be a forensic expert. In
preparing and mailing the letters he successfully covered every personal

All letter samples contained the same strain of anthrax, corresponding to
the AMES strain in the N. Arizona State University database (which has
been used for identification). "

According to Alex Constantine, in his article PROJECT ANTHRAX - SAIC,

A man named William Patrick holds five classified patents in the
manufacture of weapons-grade anthrax. Before the anthrax mailings he was
hired by Battelle Memorial Institute (BMI) to conduct a
risk-assessment study involving the dissemination of anthrax powder
through the mail system. BMI is located in West Jefferson, Ohio...The
work was done at the BL-3 Anthrax Lab.

Battelle Memorial Institute had exclusive control of the Ames strain, a
fact the press has either willfully or mistakenly missed. Dugway Proving
Ground also had an anthrax program, but BMI directed that program too.
This definitely limits the field somewhat. The FBI was drawn straight to
William Patrick III - who was also Stephen Hatfill's "mentor" at Ft.
Detrick - and Ken Alibeck, a BMI consultant with a background in CBW
research for the Soviets..."

Then, the FBI lost the scent. Or they said they did. The stalling and
outright dissembling of the FBI during the whole Anthrax episode has
confused and angered reporters, independent researchers, and other law
enforcement ever since. It is even surmised by some researchers that the
entire anthrax scenario may have been performed by the FBI itself, such
is their willful ignorance and misinformation concerning this still
unsolved murder case. Couple this with the fact that early in the
investigation the FBI authorized and supervised the total destruction of
the Ames cultural anthrax database. This alleged destruction of the
anthrax culture collection at Ames, Iowa, from whence the Fort Detrick
lab got its pathogens, was nothing more than a destruction of evidence.

Francis Boyle: "It meant that there was no way of finding out which
strain was sent to whom to develop the larger breed of anthrax used in
the attacks. The trail of genetic evidence would have led directly back
to a secret government biowarfare program. Clearly, for the FBI to have
authorized this was obstruction of justice, a federal crime," said Boyle.
"That collection should have been preserved and protected as evidence.
That's the DNA, the fingerprints right there."

In 2003, the FBI agent involved in overseeing the destruction of the Ames
Strain Database was promoted and given the Presidential Rank Award by FBI
Director Robert S. Mueller. (25)


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