I apologize. I thought you were a conspiracy theorist. I now realize you are a True Believer.
You only claim that there was a "cover up" because you have no other explanation for why the FBI and the Postal Inspectors and everyone else does not see things your way. You can't claim they are all just too dumb to see what you see, so a "cover up" is the best explanation you can come up with - even though you cannot explain WHY the Bush and Obama administrations would cover up an attack by al Qaeda. (The Bush administration truly WANTED al Qaeda to have been behind the attacks, but the evidence said otherwise - and they couldn't fight the evidence the way you do.)
You simply ignore most facts. But sometimes you conjure up explanations that make absolutely no sense.
"but there WAS NO ANTHRAX LETTER sent to Florida.
You are claiming evidence that does not exist."
No, I'm providing the evidence. You are denying the evidence.
EVIDENCE: There was a trail of anthrax spores through the postal system, showing that an letter traveled from New Jersey to the Lantana area in Florida and then to AMI in Boca Raton.
EVIDENCE: Stephanie Dailey testified that she opened a powder-filled letter at about the time a letter mailed with the other anthrax letters would have arrived at her desk. She testified that she threw the letter away.
EVIDENCE: The area around Stephanie Dailey's desk was the most contaminated area area in the AMI building.
EVIDENCE: Stephanie Dailey tested positive for exposure to anthrax spores.
EVIDENCE: Ernesto Blanco, who picked up the letter at the post office and delivered it to Stephanie contracted inhalation anthrax.
EVIDENCE: Stephanie Dailey was the person who opened mail addressed to the National Enquirer, and the National Enquirer had recently moved from Lantana to the AMI offices in Boca Raton, confirming that the letter was sent to the old Lantana address.
You deny all this evidence and simply believe that the anthrax spores got into AMI via rent money, even though the landlord and her husband did NOT test positive for exposure to anthrax, there was no unusual amount of anthrax in the area where the husband worked, there were no traces of anthrax anywhere the 9/11 terrorists stayed, and there isn't even any logical explanation for why the rent money would have been taken into the AMI building.
Does anyone else in the world believe as you believe?
How do you expect to convince anyone you are right if you ignore all the evidence and just claim your unsupportable beliefs are the only true facts?
I don't see any point in arguing this further. It's clear you think I'm wrong, and it's clear that no amount of evidence is going to convince you that you are wrong.
But, it's been interesting. Thank you.
Nonsense. The explanation is easy: the anthrax attacks were originated in Pakistan, and we didn't want to nuke an ally off the planet for hitting us with a WMD attack.
Pakistan cooperated in the War On Terror, thus giving them some limited immunity from the original 2001 behavior of rogues on their soil.
You are providing, at best, weak circumstantial claims of an official cover story.
What you *can't* provide is an anthrax attack letter in Florida...because there wasn't one there.
Moreover, Ivins had no connection to the AMI building in Florida.
In contrast, the 9/11 terrorists were renting an apartment and paying rent money in cash to the wife of an employee at the Florida AMI building.
What you *deny* is that anthrax is carried on cash (like rent money!) just like cocaine.
But your denial is not factual. Of course, neither is your cover story.