Bear Bottoms writes----
Welch himself has stated that he believes he was "anthraxed." I questioned him closely about this and I do not think he was actually a victim of employment of anthrax. By his admission, there was no definitive diagnosis of anthrax poisoning. He said the doctor said that it "could be" and the symptoms are somewhat "indicative of" but there was no conclusion. Anthrax (especially military grade) inhalation is almost always deadly and at the least extremely debilitating. I'm not even going to go where this is taking me, but I have always had a nagging in the back of my mind about Welch supporting this possibility. Seal was long gone by this time, and he was certainly not a danger to anyone during the time he was supposedly anthraxed.