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Date Mailed: Dec. 14, 2001
For Immediate Release
Contact: Ingri Cassel-208/265-2575; 800/336-9266
Battelle Chief Suspect in Anthrax Mailings
- A Harvard trained public health expert has released a stunning
report exposing links between leading suspects in the anthrax
mailings case and top bioweapons developer Battelle Memorial
Institute (BMI) of West Jefferson, Ohio. The report considers
the widely criticized FBI inquiry and concludes investigators
have been blocked by officials linked to pharmaceutical company
Dr. Leonard G.
Horowitz, author of Death in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism
and Toxic Warfare released last June, petitioned the FBI
to investigate implicated parties two weeks before the first
anthrax mailings made headlines. His full report (Click
explains why the world's leading anthrax experts-America's William
C. Patrick, III, and Russian defector, Kanatjan Alibekov, both
BMI consultants and on the CIA's payroll-would expose the government's
classified (and illegal) biological weapons program if thoroughly
The whole truth would be severely embarrassing to the Bush administration," Dr.
Horowitz said. "HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson has, after all, commandeered
a bioterrorism preparedness drug feeding frenzy. With five persons killed
and thirteen others infected, military-industrial officials may be implicated
in serial homicide, if not economic genocide."
claims this amounts to "military-industrial terrorism." The case
should have been readily solved by the FBI by determining who
held classified access to Battelle's BL-3 anthrax lab. From here,
the weaponized Ames strain of silica-powdered anthrax was taken
to New Jersey, Florida, Atlanta and Malaysia for mailing. The
developed "short list" of suspects who stood to gain financially,
and visited these places, are clearly the perpetrators of the
Evidence is accumulating
in support of Dr. Horowitz's theory. In recent days, the Baltimore
Sun quoted anonymous military officials who said that U.S.
Army scientists at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah tested "virtually
identical" powdery spores used in the mailed attacks. One Army
official said the source was "Dugway's Life Sciences Division." Dr.
Horowitz's research proves that BMI administered and supplied
this "Life Sciences" facility.
Note to journalists:
For more information about Dr. Horowitz's investigation, or a
review copy of his book Death
in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism and Toxic Warfare, please
call Ingri Cassel at 1-888-508-4787, or visit http://www.tetrahedron.org/.