the 2001 anthrax attacks are one of the great unsolved mysteries -- even if the FBI told an fib about how ironclad the findings of its investigation were:
Study Questions Government Case on Anthrax Attacks - ScienceInsider: "The science behind the U.S. government's investigation into the 2001 anthrax mailings does not rule out the possibility that the spores used in the attacks came from a source other than the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) in Frederick, Maryland. That's the conclusion of a just-released National Academies' review of the scientific evidence related to the case, which was formally closed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Justice in February 2010-more than 9 years after the letters killed five people and terrorized the nation."remember how terrified the nation was? omigod, envelopes leaking white powder were turning up everywhere, and every crank with a gripe against someone -- but too gutless to confront them -- was getting into the act. it still happens from time to time even today.
somebody -- anybody -- please tell folks that weaponized antharax is extremely difficult to manufacture and handle -- unlike cake mix.
meanwhile, the FBI went on a reckless campaign of harassment against their prime suspect, hounding him, trying him in the press, ruining his career and finally... finally they changed their minds and fingered somebody else.
that guy wasn't tough enough to take the FBI's "treatment," so he killed himself instead -- which saved the government the trouble. everything neatly resolved, and it only took 'em 9 years to do it! talk about crack investigative talent!
the FBI is good for one thing, and one thing only: persecuting critics of the corporate state, and providing cover for elites when they don't want you to know what the fuck is going on... the anthrax investigation being a prime example.
it stands to reason that the only people with the expertise to handle these types of biological weapons are US government scientists -- or their quislings in the research community. c'mon, with such a limited group of potential suspects, you're trying to say it took almost 10 years and one botched attempt to narrow the investigation down to one poor dumbass?
not buying it...