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Dr. Berry probed for alleged anthrax connection by FBI, charged on four counts of domestic violence
Wellsville Daily Record ^ | August 6, 2004 | John Anderson

Posted on 08/06/2004 3:44:56 PM PDT by Shermy

WELLSVILLE -- Despite having three places he was involved in searched by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Thursday, Dr. Kenneth M. Berry, 46, of Wellsville, was arrested, but on a domestic violence charge in New Jersey.

Point Pleasant Beach (N.J.) Police charged Dr. Berry with four counts of assault and a temporary restraining order was issued by Judge James A. Ligouri.

Agents from the FBI executed a search warrant at two homes in Wellsville Thursday as part of an investigation into "the origin of the anthrax-laced letters mailed in September and October of 2001 which resulted in the deaths of five individuals and serious illnesses to 17 others."

FBI Agents told Wellsville Mayor Bradley Thompson today that they did not find any traces of anthrax during the search. They are going to conduct a few other interviews before they leave town.

FBI spokeswoman Debbie Weierman told the Wellsville Daily Reporter today that the agency was "just there to do searches. I am unable to comment because it's a pending investigation."

While the searches in Wellsville were going on, sources told the Wellsville Daily Reporter that Berry was vacationing with his family at a home owned by his parents in Chadwick Beach in Dover Township, N.J., when the FBI showed up with a search warrant. Dr. Berry and his family allegedly left and went to a restaurant to eat before 9 a.m.

At 1:21 p.m., sources say Dr. Berry got into a fight with his wife and children at the White Sands Motel in Point Pleasant. Point Pleasant Police said one of the family members was injured and needed to be treated at the scene.

Point Pleasant Police received a 911 call of a domestic dispute, but Chatham Township Police Chief Elizabeth Goeckel was at the hotel and with the help of an employee, detained Dr. Berry until police arrived.

"I don't know why she was there, maybe visiting," said Investigating Officer Susan Saccone today. "I interviewed him and I can not discuss the case or his demeanor further until the actual report is complete."

Captain Kevin O'Hara and Officer Kyle Patton took Dr. Berry into custody, where he complained of illness and vomited. Dr. Berry was taken to Brick Hospital in New Jersey where he was treated and returned to police department. He was arraigned and sent to the Ocean County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail. He reached bail and was released.

Attempts to reach Dr. Berry were unsuccessful, but his father, William C. Berry, said from his home in Newtown, Conn. that the FBI was making his son a scapegoat for a botched investigation.

"Hey, here's a guy being shafted by the FBI," said William C. Berry, a retired financial director who now serves as president of PREEMPT. It's just buying time because they have nothing on anthrax. You are looking at a setup."

The father described Berry as exhausted and upset. He said his son has been interviewed before by the FBI because of his counterterror expertise.

"They have been on him for three years. They have no leads," William Berry said from his farmhouse, near Danbury, Ct.

Dr. Berry is a father of seven who has been married twice. He now teaches emergency room skills at a hospital affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh, his father said. Born in Teaneck, N.J., Dr. Berry moved with his family to Switzerland at age 5. They returned to New Jersey, living in Wayne, and then moved to Connecticut.

The FBI searched in two Wellsville locations. One was a home owned by Dr. Berry on 211 East Pearl St. The other was an apartment on 125 Maple Ave., which he rented before he bought the home on East Pearl Street.

Dr. Berry founded an organization called PREEMPT Medical Counter-Terrorism in 1997. He was the director of the emergency room at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville from December of 1996 to October of 2001. He still lives in Wellsville with his wife and seven children, but works in Pittsburgh and other areas.

Mayor Thompson read a statement from the FBI that said, "The FBI and the U.S. postal inspection service are conducting searches at multiple locations in New York and New Jersey. These searches are related to the FBI's ongoing investigation into the origin of the anthrax-laced letters mailed in September and October of 2001 which resulted in the deaths of five individuals and serious illness to 17 others."

Thompson said FBI Field Agent George W. Gast told him, "The amounts of anthrax they are looking for is a trace amount and nothing anyone has to be concerned about."

The search ended around 10:30 p.m. Thursday.

Weierman said area residents should not be concerned, even though two roads were closed down for hours and police are still not allowing vehicles to drive by Dr. Berry's East Pearl Street home.

"That was just to secure the perimeter of the searches," said Weierman. "That is normal FBI activity when a search is being conducted, especially when the media and general public is aware of it and it becomes a focus of attention. It had nothing to do with health hazards."

Agents wearing purple gloves took several bags, boxes and children's toys from both homes.

Weierman said the FBI contacted the Wellsville Police and the Allegany County Sheriff's Department before starting the searches at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.

"The searches are regarding the anthrax-laced letters from 2001 -- I can't go into background or reasoning. We want to stress there are no health or safety concerns and we contacted the state and local authorities and local health departments," said Weierman.

Helen Evans of the Allegany County Department of Public Health said, "They assured us that there are no anthrax related threats or health issues."

Weierman said there are 30 FBI agents and 13 postal inspectors who only work on this case. In Wellsville, over 30 came in by a Winnebago and several unmarked sport utility vehicles and trucks from Maryland, Pennsylvania and Buffalo. The agents have conducted 5,200 interviews in connection to the anthrax letters.

Dr. Berry currently owns a Cessna P210 plane, friends said. When he first came to Wellsville, he had a push-pull plane, a model with an engine in the front and an engine in the back. Officials at the airport in Wellsville say the Cessna plane has not been there in a year.

According to his Web site, Berry is a bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction expert. In a 1997 USA Today interview, Berry said: "We ought to be planning to make anthrax vaccine widely available to the population starting in the major cities."

Berry is not originally from Wellsville, but he was charged by New York State Police with felony forgery in 1999. On March 17, 1999, he entered a guilty plea to a violation instead of a misdemeanor. He was accused of signing a fake will of the late Dr. Andrew Colletta, who died in May of 1998 at the age of 46.

At the time, Allegany County District Attorney Terry Parker, who prosecuted the case, said, "Ideally, if he were any other individual who had done this, I would have insisted on a misdemeanor. However, any criminal conviction would have resulted in him losing his medical license and never practicing again. As far as society was concerned, that would not be appropriate ... he does a lot of good for society with what he does."

Last week, the Wellsville Code Enforcement Office sent a violation to Dr. Berry for having two junk cars on his property. Village officials in Wellsville said Berry called and said the vehicles belonged to his daughter's boyfriend and they were going to be removed.

Former Jones Memorial Hospital Chief Operation Officer William DiBerardino said he saw Dr. Berry last week.

"I don't know what to think, this is hard to believe," said DiBerardino. "I talked to him a couple weeks ago at Music on the Lawn, we talked about flying. Most of our conversations seemed to end up about flying because I love flying and he has been flying for years.

"He was different. He was a decent doctor by all accounts, so, how do you explain different?" DiBerardino added.

Dr. Berry's next door neighbor, Bob Kosciewicz said "I last saw him last week ... this is a shock. This is surprising. He's a very quiet person.

"I don't picture him as a terrorist or anything like that," said Kosciewicz. "I understand he has a plane and he flies to where ever. He was on one of those rent-a-doctor deals, and he flew all over the place. I punched up his resume and saw his credentials, it was pretty impressive."

"I don't see him too often because he works other places so often," Kosciewicz continued. "They lived next door for about three years. The family left for vacation, and I thought he had some work in Pittsburgh. But I don't know where he works exactly ... he was different, but I always liked him."

Dr. Berry told DiBerardino he said he was working with the Federal Aviation Administration investigating crashes and that he remembers Dr. Berry teaching courses to emergency rooms on terrorists. Dr. Berry's Web site said he investigated the TWA Flight 800 crash in Long Island.

(The Newark Star-Ledger contributed to this report)


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Good reporting from the small local paper from Wellsville, New York. And they say this on their front page:

In today's Daily Reporter: Four stories including the full story on the arrest of Dr. Kenneth Berry for allegedly beating up four family members outside a hotel in New Jersey Thursday. Also, the Daily Reporter is working on a major connection with Dr. Berry and the FBI case. For more on this breaking story, see Friday's Daily Reporter, Sunday's Spectator and updates here on www.wellsvilledaily.com.

From the New Jersey Star-Ledger:

FBI searches houses tied to doctor from Jersey

Berry's father says Hatfill and Berry "know each other."

And the Ashbury Park Press:Anthrax case hits home

This morning's FR anthrax thread:

Man From Anthrax Probe Charged in Fight

1 posted on 08/06/2004 3:44:59 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: okie01; TrebleRebel; Allan; Battle Axe; NautiNurse; browardchad; Mitchell; Sacajaweau; jpl; cgk; ...

Ping.


2 posted on 08/06/2004 3:50:42 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: TrebleRebel
Also, the Daily Reporter is working on a major connection with Dr. Berry and the FBI case.

How does that read to you?

3 posted on 08/06/2004 3:51:59 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: Shermy

I must have missed the news item about the FBI apologising to Hatfill.


4 posted on 08/06/2004 3:55:03 PM PDT by eno_ (Freedom Lite, it's almost worth defending.)
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To: eno_

I was wondering about that myself. No mention of Hatifill. Is he supposed to have worked with this guy?


5 posted on 08/06/2004 3:59:18 PM PDT by Honestfreedom
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To: eno_
I must have missed the news item about the FBI apologising to Hatfill.

Well, they could say he's Hatfill's delivery boy to the Princeton mail box.

Or maybe he was the one who fingered Hatfill early on via the BHR rumor campaign.

Something about the news paper quote about the upcoming story leads me to think Berry might have had a hand in the investigation. Too early to tell.

6 posted on 08/06/2004 4:01:49 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: Shermy
Good reporting from the small local paper from Wellsville, New York.

Agreed. Very professional reporting. Not only from the Wellsville Daily Record, but from the Asbury Park Press, as well.

One would hope that this represents work by young reporters, on their way up. Perhaps the profession will cleanse itself yet.

I'm not counting on it, though...

7 posted on 08/06/2004 4:16:44 PM PDT by okie01 (The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE)
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To: okie01

MSM reporters tend to sing their own virtues and cleverness - which is undue.


8 posted on 08/06/2004 4:24:44 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: Shermy
MSM reporters tend to sing their own virtues and cleverness - which is undue.

They also tend to opine and assert, rather than report.

The Wellsville account, in particular, is a superb example of the reporter's craft.

9 posted on 08/06/2004 4:31:11 PM PDT by okie01 (The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE)
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To: Shermy
Does the FBI really have anything this time or are they just destroying another life to cover for their cluelessness?

So9

10 posted on 08/06/2004 4:49:33 PM PDT by Servant of the 9 (Screwing the Inscrutable or is it Scruting the Inscrewable?)
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To: Thud

How does the FBI have jurisdiction on a local domestic disturbance?

Was the good doctor assaulting his wife with anthrax?

This looks to me like the FBI's pressure on the doctor is destroying his family life.


11 posted on 08/06/2004 4:51:16 PM PDT by Dark Wing
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To: Dark Wing

the domestic disturbance was not related to the FBI raid. It just happened the same day while they were away from the house that was being raided. The local police made the arrest after a 911 call because Berry slugged his family members at a hotel.


12 posted on 08/06/2004 5:07:40 PM PDT by NautiNurse ("I served in Viet Nam, and we have better hair"----John F'n Kerry campaign platform)
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To: Shermy

Thanks for the ping.


13 posted on 08/06/2004 5:09:19 PM PDT by NautiNurse ("I served in Viet Nam, and we have better hair"----John F'n Kerry campaign platform)
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To: NautiNurse
Well, we know this nice doctor has a bad temper. Could he have been antagonized by any of his kids or his wife to this point of fury??

The rule is: "Walk out the door. Don't hit anyone".

14 posted on 08/06/2004 5:36:21 PM PDT by Sacajaweau (God Bless Our Troops!!)
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To: Shermy
Wotsa matta?

Did the Keystone Kops FBI run out of "leads" on Hatfill?

15 posted on 08/06/2004 5:36:37 PM PDT by Gritty ("Clinton Legacy:the holiday from history from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the fall of WTC-M Steyn)
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To: NautiNurse; okie01

Sounds like he's cracking.

Normally I'd jump and think (not say) maybe its a sign of "guilt" - but it could be pressure, could be "guilt" about something else.

I'm going to try to keep an eye on the Wellsville Daily Record this weekend if I can.


16 posted on 08/06/2004 5:45:09 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: Sacajaweau; Shermy
there have been conflicting stories about whether he punched out his wife and kids, or his girlfriend and her daughter. Maybe there was a confrontation among the two groups.

The connection between Berry the doctor-pilot and Hatfill is going to be very interesting.

17 posted on 08/06/2004 6:17:42 PM PDT by NautiNurse ("I served in Viet Nam, and we have better hair"----John F'n Kerry campaign platform)
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To: NautiNurse
I'm not so sure. The way I read it, it sounds like the domestic situation could very well have been related. Sounds like the FBI not only searched the homes in Wellsville but also the parent's place in NJ. He and his family were at the folks' house in Chadwick Beach when the FBI showed up, and it sounds like they decided to leave the house while it was being searched and go to a hotel. Since it was the folks' house the parents may not have been very pleased about having the FBI dig through their stuff, and that along with everything else could have set off a family dispute.

While the searches in Wellsville were going on, sources told the Wellsville Daily Reporter that Berry was vacationing with his family at a home owned by his parents in Chadwick Beach in Dover Township, N.J., when the FBI showed up with a search warrant. Dr. Berry and his family allegedly left and went to a restaurant to eat before 9 a.m.
At 1:21 p.m., sources say Dr. Berry got into a fight with his wife and children at the White Sands Motel in Point Pleasant. Point Pleasant Police said one of the family members was injured and needed to be treated at the scene.

18 posted on 08/06/2004 6:41:57 PM PDT by piasa (Attitude adjustments offered here free of charge.)
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To: Shermy
"They have been on him for three years. They have no leads," William Berry said from his farmhouse, near Danbury, Ct.

I am amazed... the way the press has played this for three years, the FBI was only looking at one guy, Hatfill. The other thirty 'persons of interest' went virtually unmentioned.

19 posted on 08/06/2004 6:46:40 PM PDT by piasa (Attitude adjustments offered here free of charge.)
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To: Shermy

Another article said the violence involved his girlfriend. Which was it -- wife or girlfriend?


20 posted on 08/06/2004 6:49:51 PM PDT by Dante3
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To: Shermy

Is Rosenberg still giving briefings to congressional staffers & the FBI or was that a one-time deal?


21 posted on 08/06/2004 7:08:54 PM PDT by piasa (Attitude adjustments offered here free of charge.)
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To: Shermy

Here's what I think we would find ( If we were privy to the details !):The good doctor may be into spousal abuse,and his long-suffering victim may have blown the whistle on him.

The bit about the forged deed does NOT suggest high moral character;but involvement with anthrax ????????


22 posted on 08/06/2004 7:13:08 PM PDT by genefromjersey (So much to flame;so little time !)
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To: Gritty

"Did the *Keystone Kops* FBI run out of "leads" on Hatfill?"

Not funny! The WOT is nothing to be sarcastic about!

I think they're going to pin it on Richard Jewell.




23 posted on 08/06/2004 7:50:31 PM PDT by PaleoPal
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To: Shermy

Thanks for the ping!


24 posted on 08/06/2004 8:46:06 PM PDT by Alamo-Girl
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To: Shermy
Dr. Berry probed for alleged anthrax connection by FBI, charged on four counts of domestic violence

Looks like a 'Honey-specialty-trap' operation.......must be some real 'deep' stuff going on here.....

Lotsa-Fog......

/sarcasm

25 posted on 08/06/2004 9:31:08 PM PDT by maestro
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To: Shermy

I've noticed this about alot of people who commit one or two serious crimes...and they really start to stress out. Usually it relates back to the major crime they committed. I'll even make this comment which some folks may object to...Mr. Hacking out of Utah...who murdered his wife...I don't think he started out with her as number one. I think he has committed at least one other murder prior to this one...and the stress became part of his lie.


26 posted on 08/06/2004 9:38:17 PM PDT by pepsionice
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To: okie01
"young reporters, on their way up. Perhaps the profession will cleanse itself yet."

Sorry, but when the get there, the orders come from the TOP DOWN. Could hope for viable media competition.

27 posted on 08/07/2004 12:02:23 AM PDT by endthematrix (Go balloons. Go balloons. Go balloons, balloons?)
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To: Shermy
Lots of strange, unrelated tidbits, but it reads more like a stream of consciousness report than anything else.

Lots of coinkydinks -- Berry left Wellsville Hospital in October 2001 to work in Pittsburgh? Not what I'd call a hop, skip or jump from upstate NY. Instead of recording statements of surprise from the Wellsville Hospital CEO, I would think it more appropriate to ask WHY Berry no longer works there, and why he quit when he did (the timing is more than a bit relevant).

Then we have another neighbor saying Berry told him that he works with the FAA "investigating crashes" -- an enterprising reporter should be able to check that one out fairly easily.

28 posted on 08/07/2004 2:37:54 PM PDT by browardchad
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To: Shermy
Well, I see why they have been watching him. Lots of connections. The terrorism expert who seems a little toooo interested. Leaving his job and residence right when it happened (Oct 2001). Connections to the mailing point. Already been busted for illegality (loose morals). Quiet, "different" guy. Outspoken about a future anthrax threat.

And then when the family is hustled out so that their home might be thoroughly searched, he lashes out at them. Did a family member suggest that Daddy is a terrorist? Did he take especial umbrage at that? (If one of my family members suggested that I was a terrorist, I would either laughingly or very seriously be able to deny it with no rise of emotion on my part.)

Maybe this is Hatfill's lucky day.

29 posted on 08/07/2004 2:52:14 PM PDT by Yaelle
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Helms: FBI owes Berry big-time apology; Pastor calls Dr. Berry a 'national treasure'

By JOHN ANDERSON/Daily Reporter

WELLSVILLE -- As Pastor Richard "Dick" Helms watches the coverage of the FBI investigation into his friend Dr. Kenneth Berry, he is shocked that anyone could imply Dr. Berry would be connected to deadly anthrax mailings.

The weekend after Sept. 11, 2001, Helms married Dr. Berry and his wife at the Knights Creek Church wedding chapel where he was ministering at the time.

The FBI said they searched Dr. Berry's house Thursday on East Pearl Street in Wellsville and his old apartment on Maple Avenue "related to the FBI's ongoing investigation into the origin of the anthrax-laced letters mailed in September and October of 2001, which resulted in the deaths of five individuals and serious illness to 17 others." Dr. Berry also had a summer home in New Jersey owned by his father searched, his car at the airport in Pittsburgh and an apartment he once lived in there as well. The FBI has not said if they found any traces of anthrax and they have not charged Dr. Berry in connection with anthrax.

Dr. Berry founded an organization called PREEMPT Medical Counter-Terrorism in 1997. He filed a provisional patent for a system in October 2000 and filed the actual patent application Sept. 28, 2001, 10 days after the first anthrax letters were postmarked. He touted the system as an effective way to respond to bioterrorism attacks.

Helms is the Webmaster for the PREEMPT Web site.

"They didn't find anything and they wont find anything," said Helms. "If there was anyone more dedicated to protecting the American people from biochemical terrorism, I do not know who it would be. He developed the protocol and procedures before it was fashionable. He did the training for medical and first responders -- and he did it all with little or no reimbursement -- a lot of this out of his own pocket.

"Hey, this man cares!" Helms added.

Dr. Berry was the director of the emergency room at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville from December of 1996 to October of 2001. He has worked at a hospital in Pittsburgh, commuting by plane while living in Wellsville. He was married and had seven children from two relationships.

On Thursday, Dr. Berry and his family went to breakfast in New Jersey. When they returned, the FBI was searching the summer home. When the family went to a nearby hotel, a fight broke out, according to police. Dr. Berry was charged with four counts of domestic abuse and a restraining order was placed on him from seeing his family.

"I can not even comprehend or imagine the stress they are going through and it's a mixed family to begin with," said Helms. "I am very upset that has become part of the story. Ken is a super guy, he cares, you have to get to know him. There is absolutely no way he could have done this. I have two words to summarize this whole thing: absolutely absurd."

Helms does not see how Dr. Berry can go back to work at any hospital or work in his chosen field of counter terrorism.

"The FBI owes him an apology, big-time," said Helms. "They harmed him and it looks like they harmed his family. I like both the agents who are primaries in this area -- they also questioned me, because I am a Webmaster for Preempt.org."

Helms said the Web site has not been updated in a while. Not many people in Wellsville have said they were close friends with Dr. Berry, and many neighbors really didn't know him. But Helms said that is not unusual.

"He worked at the hospital he worked in counter terrorism. He didn't have time to make a lot of friends, but the ones he did make are very loyal," said Helms. "You won't find a lot of (people who were) friends with Ken Berry ... and ones he work with call him an S.O.B., but they call me that, too! Anyone who has anyone who worked for someone will have something bad said about them."

Helms said Dr. Berry cold not be tied to mailing out anthrax letters in 2001.

"Want a practical reason? He was getting ready to get married!" Helms says emphatically.

Helms also defends Dr. Berry's character.

"I think they have damaged his reputation to the point the United States has lost a wonderful asset," said Helms. "He was a true American asset, if not a national treasure.

"He's a little unusual but most brilliant people are different. And he's different," Helms continued. "You get underneath that and he's got a heart the size of Texas for an American."

http://www.wellsvilledaily.com/articles/2004/08/10/local_news/news01.txt


30 posted on 08/10/2004 11:09:45 AM PDT by Shermy
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To: Yaelle; TrebleRebel; piasa; okie01; genefromjersey

"The weekend after Sept. 11, 2001, Helms married Dr. Berry and his wife at the Knights Creek Church wedding chapel where he was ministering at the time."

Did they honeymoon in a Princeton dorm room across the street from the mailbox? Kinda doubt it.


31 posted on 08/10/2004 11:12:09 AM PDT by Shermy
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To: Khan Noonian Singh; TrebleRebel; genefromjersey; Mitchell; Battle Axe; FairOpinion
Might interest you:

Doctor aided Defense Dept.

32 posted on 08/12/2004 9:47:43 AM PDT by Shermy
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To: Shermy
Dr. Berry told DiBerardino he said he was working with the Federal Aviation Administration investigating crashes and that he remembers Dr. Berry teaching courses to emergency rooms on terrorists. Dr. Berry's Web site said he investigated the TWA Flight 800 crash in Long Island.

Maybe that's why they apparently framed Dr. Berry. The FBI does NOT appreciate anyone making waves about TWA Flight 800.

34 posted on 08/01/2008 3:33:56 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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