Ivins is the <i>Third</i> Scientist the FBI has Tried to Pin the Anthrax Attacks On → Washingtons Blog
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Monday, August 4, 2008

Ivins is the Third Scientist the FBI has Tried to Pin the Anthrax Attacks On

Ivins is the third scientist who the government has accused of being the Anthrax killer.

First the Egyptian scientist, Dr. Ayaad Assaad, was framed.

When that frame-up fell apart, they tried to frame Stephen Hatfill.

Now, a couple of weeks after the frame-up against Hatfill unraveled, they are claiming that Ivins is the guy.

As a top anthrax expert says:

"I am struck by the fact that there appears to have been at least two previous people who were pointed to who appear to have been patsies -- Steven Hatfill being one and Ayaad Assaad being another."
No wonder the former Senate Majority leader - who was himself mailed anthrax - said "he did not know if the investigation involving Ivins 'is just another false track and a real diversion of where they need to be. We don't know, and they aren't telling us.' "

1 comment:

  1. It's so nice knowing the most powerful law enforcement group in the world cannot find the real culprit that attacked the US government on our own soil after so many dry yield, stupid, incorrect, and laughable attempts.
    Don't expect Al Qaeda nor Osama nor the next undies bomber to "be found".
    It's the "Keytsone Cops" centuryt for the US Government - if law enforcement isn't right there on site, with 3 or 4 backup replay cameras, you might as well forget it.
    Even with all that, they will use their endless power to falsely accuse and misdirect against their own ridiculous and criminal actions that are exposed by the "evidence" on the tapes they had to "seal" after the public caught a glimpse of their corruption.
    They get a big fat zero, in other words. Patty Fitzgerald and his Uncle Fester did it coverup was the last straw - ZERO credibility.


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