No RELEVANT fact supports your view.
The fact that anthrax might stick to money is IRRELEVANT if all the rest of the evidence says the anthrax entered AMI via a letter.
The fact that 9/11 terrorists rented an apartment from a woman whose husband worked at AMI is IRRELEVANT if no anthrax was found in that apartment or anywhere else they went.
The fact that the 9/11 terrorsts paid their rent in cash is IRRELEVANT if there is no evidence those al Qaeda members had access to the flask controlled by Bruce Ivins - which was PROVEN to be the source of the attack anthrax.
Your "facts" support your view, but they are IRRELEVANT facts. They are not supported by any actual EVIDENCE in the case.
There's no such letter. The FBI looked. The AMI building was gutted. Nothing.
There was no anthrax letter at the Florida AMI building.
Yet the cover story hinges upon such a letter existing.
LOL! You're laughable, Ed. As if it doesn't matter that the 9/11 terrorists were handing monthly wads of cash to people who frequented the one building in Florida contaminated with anthrax circa 9/18/2001!