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Posted on 09/18/2010 7:25:47 AM PDT by Justice Department
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What’s your take on the J-Lo letter?
I was working on a web page about the J-Lo letter when the news about Bruce Ivins broke. So, it's still a "work in progress." But, I think it has all the known information. It's HERE
I think the facts make it perfectly clear beyond any doubt that the J-Lo letter had nothing to do with the anthrax letter.
“Laboratory records obtained by The New York Times show that the anthrax supply labeled RMR-1029, which the F.B.I. linked to the attacks, was stored in 1997 not in Dr. Ivinss laboratory, in Building 1425, but in the adjacent Building 1412. Former colleagues said that its storage in both buildings at different times from 1997 to 2001 might mean that the bureaus estimate of 100 people with physical access to it was two or three times too low.”
No. The 9/11 terrorists' rent money came into contact with anthrax, but the specifics of how/where haven't been released by relevant government agencies.
And, you know the "relevant government agencies" have the information and are keeping it secret because ... God told you so? ... Because you had a dream about it? Because a psychic told you? How?
Southack, you still haven't answered the key question: Who is behind all these secrets you fantasize about, and how many people are involved in the criminal conspiracy to frame Dr. Ivins in order to cover up who really killed four innocent Americans? In one post you claim there is no conspiracy, but in the next post you talk about "relevant government agencies" protecting the real murderers. You need to clarify this. It appears to be the arguments of a total scatterbrain.
The media never seems to be able to get ANYTHING right about the anthrax case.
Here's what I wrote on my web site on March 23, 2010:
"The conspiracy theorists and True Believers (including some in the media) have also claimed that flask RMR-1029 was sometimes stored in Building 1412 because one version the log for flask RMR-1029 showed Building 1412 as its location. Someone even suggested that it was always stored in Building 1412 until 2004 when Ivins requested it be moved to Building 1425. But page 98 of pdf file #847443 reports on a phone call from Dr. Ivins to the FBI where Ivins explains that flask RMR-1029 was never taken to building 1412, they only took aliquots to 1412. And page 10 in pdf file #847444 contains statements that flask RMR-1029 was NEVER stored in building 1412, but was ALWAYS stored in building 1425. It appears that when the shipments of spores from Dugway arrived, there was some thought of keeping them in Building 1412, but that never happened even though the form temporarily said it did."
The form you posted shows the flask to be in Building 1425 where Ivins worked.
There is also a form at one of the links I posted which shows it to be in Building 1412, but that form has only the first inventory line filled in. As I said, they thought they were going to store it in 1412, but it was NEVER stored there. Ivins makes that VERY clear in his statements to the FBI in the second pdf file I linked.
I answered Southack's post first because it didn't require any research.
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