Sunday, March 4, 2012

Mar. 4 - Mar. 10, 2012 Discussions

On Sunday morning I uploaded two PDF files showing FBI photographs of Bruce Ivins' office and laboratory which I obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request.

Click HERE to view the photos of Ivins' Laboratory.
Click HERE to view the photos of Ivins' Office.

I also commented on the continuing attack from Kazakhstan, and on a new problem with someone in China who seems to have a badly written search-engine-type program that changes IP addresses with every read and runs all day long, causing my statistics to show hundreds of visitors that are really only that one guy.

I also commented on last week's arguments on this blog where the Anthrax Truthers continue to distort the facts in the case against Ivins in order to argue that there's something wrong with the evidence. Meanwhile, of course, they continue to avoid showing what kind of evidence they have proving their own suspects are the real culpits, because they they have no real evidence. They seem to think that by discrediting the FBI's case with distortions they can somehow make people think that their own cases have validity.


  1. I had a glitch in my PDF creation software that caused the last third of the file showing the pictures of Ivins' lab to be blank.

    Sorry about that.

    The problem has been fixed.


  2. Related to Dr. Relman's discussion in "Science," for an expert's discussion of the issue mutations in the context of Amerithrax investigation, see

    "Occurrence, recognition, and reversion of spontaneous, sporulation-deficient Bacillus anthracis mutants that arise during laboratory culture," Microbes Infect. 2011 Nov 28. (epub ahead of print)

    Sastalla, I., Leppla, S.H. Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

  3. Anonymous,

    Thank you. But, why didn't you post a link? Here it is:


  4. The article was published online last November 2011 and is available now. You should read the articles and books that come out on Amerithrax so that your posts are more informed.