Monday, December 22, 2014

Lie factory

"GAO says FBI’s investigation of anthrax attacks was flawed":
"The FBI used flawed scientific methods to investigate the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people and sickened 17 others, federal auditors said Friday in a report sure to fuel skepticism over the FBI’s conclusion that Army biodefense researcher Bruce Ivins was the sole perpetrator."
Yes, having absolutely no evidence would 'be sure to fuel skepticism' over the frame-up of Ivins.

"Ivins died in July 2008 of an apparently intentional Tylenol overdose as the Justice Department prepared to indict him."
Steven Hatfill was the first patsy the FBI picked, and when he fought back too successfully, they settled on Ivins, whose personal weaknesses made it too difficult for him to challenge the lies. As we've seen with the recent FBI blame on North Korea for the Sony hacking case, the FBI is nothing more than a lie factory.

From the same time period (fall of 2001), a possible murder that many have wondered about:
  1. "What Happened to Don Wiley?"
  2. "Colleagues Doubt Wiley Suicide Theory"
The mysterious deaths of such people were fashionable at the time:
  1.  "16 renowned microbiologists died mysteriously in 4 months: 11/01-3/02"
  2. "The mysterious deaths of top microbiologists"
  3. "Conspiracy didn't kill eleven microbiologists, just coincidence --a case of "random clumping" and death by "roadway bounce""
  4. "The Very Mysterious Deaths Of Five Microbiologists"
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