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Posted on 08/07/2004 2:19:37 AM PDT by kattracks
August 7, 2004 -- DOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J. The doctor at the center of the anthrax investigation told cops booking him on domestic-violence charges he was innocent of the biological attacks as it emerged he tried to patent an anthrax detection system just after the attacks began. Records at the Patent and Trademark Office Web site indicate Dr. Kenneth Berry applied for a patent on a surveillance system to identify chemical and biological attacks on Sept. 28, 2001, 10 days after the first anthrax letters were postmarked in Trenton.
Berry's computerized system uses weather data and the properties of biological and chemical agents at various concentrations to identify the type of attack, the filing said.
He filed for a provisional patent for the system nearly a year earlier and was granted a patent in March 2004, the records show.
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He was swinging at her, and he dove right on top of her. She was screaming. She was trying to get away from him. He was trying to hit her and beat her. They were on the floor. The second woman came in and said he attacked her."
"Apparently, there was a dispute over a cell phone, and it's my understanding that there was a lot of stress from search warrants that were being conducted," DePolo said.
The good doctor, I assume, lost the tag-team match when he wound up with the citation.
What a swell guy!
This guy is an emergency room physician. He lives with stress. He should have better self-control than this.