Top Scientists Agree: Robert Mueller framed Bruce Ivins to protect Donald Rumsfeld on orders from George Bush.
It was a matter of national security, which means anything goes,
including: framing a Christian for the crime of a Jew
Hindsight is 20/20. The guilty dog barked first.
FBI was told to blame Anthrax scare on Al Qaeda by White House
BY JAMES GORDON MEEK
DAILY NEWS WASHINGTON BUREAU
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
The reason Bush "beat up" FBI Director Mueller is because Robert
Stevens, the first person killed by the false-flag anthrax attack,
worked at the tabloid that published pictures of Bush's daughters
getting rowdy in a bar. It made it look a lot like President Bush had
some input on choosing the "arbitrary" targets to be mailed anthrax
Two more targets of the "arbitrary" false-flag anthrax attack were the
two senators that were opposed to the Patriot Act. After being mailed
anthrax, the two brave senators chickened-out and signed the Patriot
Act without even reading it. They were too scared to turn the pages
of the neocon document and breath at the same time. They just held
their nose, signed it and skeeted.
Another telling target of the "arbitrary" anthrax terrorist attack is
FOX NEWS. Of course, FOX NEWS got the "hoax" anthrax. It was like
drawing straws: Bush's enemies got the long straw with real
weaponized anthrax; Bush's friends got the short straws with the
"hoax" anthrax. And it all looked: oooooh soooooo arbitrary.
Ask yourself this question: Who would mail *fake* anthrax to FOX
NEWS, Bush or Bin Laden? No one was going to have time to dwell on
that question because as soon as anthrax was found in Saddam's
medicine cabinet, The neocon government would scream: CASE CLOSED!
The neocons would say: "The anthrax terrorists are all dead and buried
in Iraq." Americans would think Bush is wonderful for invading Iraq
and killing the anthrax terrorists, when Bush was one of the neocon
conspirators that helped Rumsfeld plan it. Cool, huh? But plan A
Plan A failed because the anthrax Rumsfeld sold Saddam could not be
found in Iraq.
Rewards offered for the knowledge of where Saddam's anthrax was
located went uncollected, so plan B was put into effect. Plan B was
to have the spooks plant anthrax in Iraq to be "discovered" by an E-3
in the US Army, to make it look ooooh sooooo un-suspicious.
Plan B failed because there was so much scrutiny on "The Search for
Saddam's WMD's." The CIA tried to smuggle anthrax into Iraq but got
caught and had to abort the mission. People were watching the spooks
too close, so their dirty hands were tied. It was time for plan C.
Plan C: If we can't frame Saddam, we have to frame somebody.
President Bush ordered Mueller: "Stall, stall, stall. Make this a
massive investigation that goes nowhere and lasts forever, or at least
until I'm safely out of office. In the meantime, if you can create a
patsy, dead or alive, do so. It is A MATTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY, and
mine and Dick's and Rummy's."
~~~~~~~~~~End of Theory~~~~~~~~~~
If my theory is accepted, the pieces of the "anthrax investigation"
puzzle fit together perfectly. It answers the main questions: Why
did Amerithrax last longer than the Vietnam war and nobody went to
jail? Why did two "suspects" (*) drink themselves to death and
another "suspect" sued the taxpayers for millions???
There's nothing about "top scientists" in this thread. I used
"scientists" as a ploy to make my propaganda seem more convincing to
the general public, like the FBI did. (I learned how to be sneaky
from DC Dave.)
Anthrax investigation still yielding findings
Chemical composition of spores doesn't match suspect flask.
I attended the "biodefense meeting" of Feb. 24 in Baltimore. One thing
we are reminded of is this: The entire scientific investigation has
been focused upon looking for a match between the attack anthrax and
the samples of Ames strain anthrax that were collected about seven
years ago, numbering 1070 samples. According to the FBI scientists,
these samples were collected as the result of an FBI request for
"voluntary submissions" of Ames strain samples made to laboratories
all over the world (with the greatest majority of course being
American laboratories). The scientists spoke to us on Feb. 24 about
all of the expensive and time-consuming rigor that went into producing
results that would be admissible in a court of law. What renders all
of it inadmissible is the (tacit) underlying assumption that the
laboratory that generated the attack anthrax would produce a sample of
the same anthrax in response to an FBI request for "voluntary
submissions." Some subpoenas were issued. This of course does not
dispose of the problem. A subpoena is a piece of paper that commands
the production of evidence within a certain period, like one month.
There is hardly more reason to believe that the laboratory that
generated the attack anthrax would produce a sample of it in response
to a subpoena than it would in response to a request for voluntary
submission. As for unannounced searches and seizures, I expect there
were a few of those. For this to add to the validity of the science,
one underlying assumption is that one of these unannounced searches
would have occurred at the guilty laboratory. The other assumption is
that the guilty laboratory would have left laying around a batch of
anthrax matching the attack anthrax. The "underlying assumptions" I am
identifying are not just insupportable. What is being assumed to be
true is almost certainly false. There is every reason to expect that
immediately after perpetrating the anthrax attacks, the guilty parties
hid/disposed of the anthrax remaining in their custody that could
connect them to the crime. This would be especially easy to do in a
facility shrouded in layers of secrecy. The FBI might as well have
asked for everyone's samples of dried Ames strain, concentrated to the
degree of one trillion spores per gram, containing particles between 1
and 4 microns in size, with the presence of silicon in the spore
coat,etc. Bottom line: The FBI's claim is erroneous that the science
behind Amerithrax narrows the possible sources of the attack anthrax
to eight labs (seven of which were at USAMRIID, and one of which was
at an "institution" the FBI continues to refuse to identify). The
science behind Amerithrax is being used by the DOJ-FBI to imbue
groundless conclusions with the aura of scientific authority and
precision. The science is also being used to occupy (distract,
confuse) us with esoteric matters that cannot contribute to real
insight into the origin of the anthrax letters.
* 27 Feb, 2009
* Posted by: Barry Kissin
F rame B ruce I vins
Do you wonder sometimes how a man can endure
Knowing that he's a provocateur
Like Robert Mueller leaks to a media shill
Who ruined the Professor, Steven Hatfill
But among the cases one might consider a curse
Agents labor at one that is probably worse
Harassing anyone they think it might be
And convicting Dr. Ivins for his poetry
Should the agents confess, they'd be roundly hated
By all those they lied to and manipulated
But somehow they cope with their private disgrace
Of frame-up artists on the Amerithrax case
The FBI-Patsy-Twins, Doctor Ivins and Doctor Mikesell (*)
The FBI-Patsy-Twins, Doctor Ivins and Doctor Mikesell, were similar in
many ways. They both worked at Rumsfeld's bio-lab, they both were
accused by the FBI of mailing anthrax to Bush's enemies, and
consequently, they both were harassed, tormented, threatened with the
death-penalty, and terrorized to the point of needing a drink of hard
liquor... really, really bad.
Perry Mikesell and Bruce Ivins both died of the same thing, alcohol
poisoning; however, FBI Director Mueller says one died of "suicide,"
and the other died of "natural causes." Mueller is lying because
neither man intentionally ended their own life as required by the
legal and medical definition of the word "suicide."
If the FBI and its obedient media say it a million times that Bruce
Ivins committed suicide, it still will not be true. Bruce Ivins did
not intentionally end his life by taking Tylanol. He was a
*scientist* for God's sake! I like the way this poster sarcastically
August 7th, 2008 @ 11:07 pm
Yes and it makes perfect sense why Ivins would choose, instead of
shooting himself with one of the firearms the FBI claims it seized
from his house and get it over with immediately, instead of doing that
he takes an overdose of tylenol and codeine over the weekend and says
to himself "Yes, I think I will make my last couple days on earth
mind-bending agony while the acetaminophen destroys my liver". Right?
This story is so obviously fake it smells like a really REALLY bad
B-movie screenplay that was rejected for being too hackneyed and
unrealistic. Mad scientist. Secretly homicidal but not secretly. Yet
they let him carry on working in the biological weapons lab with his
security clearance. Devises his nefarious plot supposedly because he
wants to test his anthrax vaccine on human subjects and Ft. Detrick
only lets him test on animals. Come on! This story is patently
ridiculous on its face. Demand an autopsy. Check for needle marks in
The "patsy-twins" both started drinking heavily in response to FBI
harassment, terrorism and intimidation, and eventually died from it;
however, Dr. Ivins is a notorious posthumous celebrity scorned as the
"lone, crazed anthrax terrorist," while Dr. Mikesell has been
relegated to Orwell's memory hole.
Up the flag pole with the FBI's anthrax terrorist suspect posthumously
Down the memory hole with Perry Mikesell, the FBI's oops, wrong dead
patsy, sorry. No page text matches Did you mean: ...Perry Mason ?
You've probably never heard of Dr. Perry Mikesell because the FBI
don't want you to, and, of course, the Bureau Boys control the media.
The FBI are *God* around here and when they decide to rain on your
parade, you're phucked. There is no escape. No where to run, nowhere
to hide, from the cruel, hideous tyrant named the FBI. The only place
to escape is inside a bottle of liquor.
In order to protect the real killers, the FBI attempted to make Steven
Hatfill commit suicide so they wouldn't have to prove anything in
court. Hatfield would have drank himself to death too if he didn't
have such a good lawyer. For absorbing and surviving FBI harassment,
Dr Hatfill and his lawyer became multi-millionaires at the expense of
the American taxpayers.
If Hatfill would have killed himself, it would have been perfect. The
FBI would have said Hatfill was "crazy" and "acted alone," and no one
would have questioned it. As it turned out, Robert Mueller went to
the well once too often, and now his credibility is in tatters.
This is what the FBI call "investigating," and I call state-sponsored
Anthrax Mystery: Questions Raised over Whether Government Is Framing
Dead Army Scientist for 2001 Attacks
PATRICK CLAWSON: The problem that Steve Hatfill has is that his life
is a living nightmare right now. Every place he goes, twenty-four
hours a day, seven days a week, he is followed by squads of FBI
agents. Just last week, Steve and I went out to have some drinks and
dinner, and as soon as I left his house, bam!, I had seven FBI cars
following me all over northwest Washington, D.C. Sometimes these
agents swear at him, they flip him the finger. There's nothing
surreptitious about this. This is not a surveillance. This is an open,
in-your-face harassment campaign. Steve Hatfill is a poster boy for
abuses of the PATRIOT Act.
Perry Mikesell died of alcohol poisoning as a result of FBI
harassment, just like Bruce Ivins:
Doubts persist that troubled scientist was anthrax killer
Originally published Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 12:00 AM:
When Perry Mikesell, a microbiologist in Ohio, came under suspicion as
the anthrax attacker, he began drinking heavily, family members say,
and soon died. After a doctor in New York drew the interest of the
F.B.I., his marriage fell apart and his practice suffered, his lawyer
says. And after two Pakistani brothers in Pennsylvania were briefly
under scrutiny, they eventually had to leave the country to find work.
Profile: Perry Mikesell
Perry Mikesell was a participant or observer in the following events:
Late October 2002: Anthrax Attacks Suspect Drinks Himself to Death In
2002, microbiologist Perry Mikesell came under suspicion as the
anthrax attacker. Mikesell is an anthrax specialist who worked with
Bruce Ivins and others at USAMRIID, the US Army's top bioweapons
laboratory, in the 1980s and 1990s. Since then, he had worked at the
Battelle Memorial Institute, a private contractor in Ohio working on
classified government bioweapons programs. According to family
members, he begins drinking heavily after the FBI starts suspecting
him, consuming up to a fifth of hard liquor a day. One relative will
later say, "It was a shock that all of a sudden he's a raging
alcoholic." He dies in late October 2002. The relative will say, "He
drank himself to death." His connection to the anthrax investigation
will not be revealed until 2008, and it still is completely unknown
why the FBI was focusing on him. Two weeks before his suicide (see
July 29, 2008) ...