Sunday, August 3, 2008

W.H. Wanted Anthrax Attacks Blamed On Al Qaeda?

Maybe, but my hunch would be they really wanted it connected to Saddam. They actually tried that, I seem to recall. I think that misinformation was spewed out of the psychotic mouth of Voldermort Cheney. No one paid much attention to it, as I recall. At least I didn't. By that time, I knew that the weaponized anthrax came from fort Detrick, so if the attack was by Saddam, guess who gave him that particular strain (the Ames Strain). We did.

Either way, something about this revelation stinks to high heaven.

And what, pray, tell happened to the codeine, supposedly mixed with Acetaminophen, always mentioned in the first reports of his death. Suddenly it has changed to just plain old Tylenol, which can cause liver failure in massive doses.

Apparently, this Ivins fellow had been seeing the same therapist since 2000. She knew he was about full-blown batty and I think she knew what he did for a living, and that he had actually planned and tried to commit murder by poisoning. Why didn't she call the cops then? That kind of information is not protected by therapist/client privilege. She had a duty to warn, then, when he told her this stuff and call the police. Did she. It certainly doesn't appear that she did, because if she had, that should have down graded his security clearance, big time.

The more I hear or read the less I believe this.

FBI was told to blame Anthrax scare on Al Qaeda by White House officials

Saturday, August 2nd 2008, 6:32 PM

WASHINGTON - In the immediate aftermath of the 2001 anthrax attacks, White House officials repeatedly pressed FBI Director Robert Mueller to prove it was a second-wave assault by Al Qaeda, but investigators ruled that out, the Daily News has learned.

After the Oct. 5, 2001, death from anthrax exposure of Sun photo editor Robert Stevens, Mueller was "beaten up" during President Bush's morning intelligence briefings for not producing proof the killer spores were the handiwork of terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden, according to a former aide.

"They really wanted to blame somebody in the Middle East," the retired senior FBI official told The News.

On October 15, 2001, President Bush said, "There may be some possible link" to Bin Laden, adding, "I wouldn't put it past him." Vice President Cheney also said Bin Laden's henchmen were trained "how to deploy and use these kinds of substances, so you start to piece it all together."

But by then the FBI already knew anthrax spilling out of letters addressed to media outlets and to a U.S. senator was a military strain of the bioweapon. "Very quickly [Fort Detrick, Md., experts] told us this was not something some guy in a cave could come up with," the ex-FBI official said. "They couldn't go from box cutters one week to weapons-grade anthrax the next."

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