Monday, 17 September 2007

The Anthrax Letters: An Insider Speaks Out

An international law expert who worked under the first Bush Administration as a bioweapons advisor in the 1980s, has said that he is convinced the October 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people were perpetrated and covered up by criminal elements of the U.S. government. The motive: to foment a police state by killing off and intimidating opposition to post-9/11 legislation such as the USA PATRIOT Act and the later Military Commissions Act.

The Anthrax in the letters sent to those Congressmen right after 911 came from a US Government Lab. The FBI stalled any real investigation into the crime even though there was an obvious suspect. The problem for the government was that the suspect didn't fit their political agenda of blaming Arabs for all the terror attacks.

As we all know there are consequences for allowing governments to conduct murders, or engage in cover-ups, and get away with it -the consequences being the unnecessary wars in the middle east.

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