Sunday, August 03, 2008

The 2001 Anthrax Attacks - a hate crime?

Steven Hatfill, 2006
The 2001 Anthrax powder-by-mail attacks were a famous and very unsettling crime against the American people. Coming as it did just after the 2001 World Trade Center terrorism it had a unsettling effect on the American psyche.

From Fox News - "Five people died and 17 others were sickened when anthrax-laced letters began showing up at congressional offices, newsrooms and post offices soon after Sept. 11, 2001." Among the targets were major news media offices and the Congressional Office building.

In 2003, a government scientist named Steven Hatfill was named as a "person of interest" in the crime. This came from Bush Justice Department chairman John Ashcroft who actually only called Hatfill a "person of interest." But the media turned him into the suspect. Why?

Well for one thing the Anti-Defamation League tipped off the FBI to Steven Hatfill - primarily because they didn't like conservatives and Steven Hatfill was a conservative. The media hoped Hatfill was guilty and did they could to make it true.

But the real guilty party - Dr. Bruce Edward Ivins appears to have been a staunch Zionist and would be considered bigoted if his nationalism were on behalf of any other ethnicity. In 1991, Dr. Ivins wrote this to the in his hometown of Frederick ,MD.

This should be noted from Wikipedia : " The Los Angeles Times also reported that Ivins stood to gain financially from the attacks because he was a co-inventor on two patents for a genetically-engineered anthrax vaccine."

Originally published August 24, 2006

Rabbi Morris Kosman is entirely correct in summarily rejecting the demands of the Frederick Imam for a "dialogue."

By blood and faith, Jews are God's chosen, and have no need for "dialogue" with any gentile. End of "dialogue."


Something smells about theisAnthrax attack investigation. And mostly what smells it eh main-strem media - as the dog that is not barking.

Dancing With Sprites

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