Sunday, August 10, 2008

Did he say that - Amerithrax? (Erratum)

A quote from FBI Director Robert S Mueller III "I do not apologize for any aspect of the investigation. It is erroneous to say there were mistakes." Well, even ignoring the main point of whether the FBI is right re Dr. Bruce E. Ivins being solely responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks (still highly in doubt), this blogger would ask: what about a) Hatfill, b) the leaks, and, c) the fact that we are now seven years on? What exactly does it take for Mueller to admit anything short of perfection? His record isn't the greatest on CBW and anthrax - first sitting behind Colin Powell during his U.N. Security Council "performance", subsequently on the Amerithrax investigation....
Updated/Erratum August 13th: This blogger needs to retract, pleading faulty memory! It was George Tenet of the CIA who sat behind Colin Powell during his U.N. "performance", and not Mueller!

Amerithrax Court Documents (USDOJ)

Vital unresolved anthrax questions and ABC News
The FBI's emerging, leaking case against Ivins
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt?
The FBI's selective release of documents in the anthrax case
Ex-colleague questions government’s case against anthrax suspect
Ivins Could Not Have Applied High-Tech Coating to the Killer Anthrax
FBI Details Case Against Anthrax Suspect
F.B.I. Presents Anthrax Case, Saying Scientist Acted Alone
Anthrax case: reasonable doubt on the science
CNN welcome to ABC's funny sourcing...
Proof that Ivins Couldn’t Have Done It (At Least Not Alone)
Open Questions on a Closed Case

The Message in the Anthrax (Oct 2003)
Anthrax reckoning

At top: part of the anthrax toxin which is the deadly payload of the anthrax bacteria. It is the protein structure of the Lethal Factor component of Anthrax toxin. Source: 3Dchem

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