Saturday, July 07, 2007

Anthrax Cover-up: attacks came from US gov't

A report from a government insider who worked under the Bush Senior administration reveals that the Anthrax attacks on US Senator -an event that shut down the House of Reps for the 1st time in its history- a few weeks after September 11th were launched by a US government agency:
Francis A. Boyle, 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.

According to Boyle, whose name was placed on a terrorist watch list for his role as a legal adviser to the PLO in 1991-92, it was obvious that the anthrax was from a U.S. government lab since it was superweapons-grade anthrax that even the US government had never developed before.
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