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After a 7 year investigation, has the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) finally solved the 2001
- Apparent Suicide in Anthrax Case
August 1, 2008
- A top government scientist who helped the FBI analyze samples from the 2001 anthrax
attacks has died in Maryland from an apparent suicide, just as the Justice Department was
about to file criminal charges against him for the attacks. Bruce E. Ivins, 62, who for the
last 18 years worked at the government's elite biodefense research laboratories at Ft.
Detrick, Md., had been informed of his impending prosecution. Ivins, whose name had not
been disclosed publicly as a suspect in the case, played a central role in research to
improve anthrax vaccines by preparing anthrax formulations used in experiments on
animals. Regarded as a skilled microbiologist, Ivins also helped the FBI analyze the
powdery material recovered from one of the anthrax-tainted envelopes sent to a U.S.
senator's office in Washington. Ivins died Tuesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital after
ingesting a massive dose of prescription Tylenol mixed with codeine.
Dr. Bruce Ivins may have committed suicide, but does that mean that he wanted to do it? Or was he
driven by external sources to suicide? The entire case against Ivins is that he worked with anthrax at a
government lab with the anthrax strain in question. But numerous scientists, including Dr. Steven
Hatfield, the former suspect, worked in that same lab and had similar access to the strain.
- FBI Said to Have Stalked Ivins' Family
August 6, 2008
- Did FBI cross the line in anthrax probe? Before killing himself last week, Army scientist
Bruce Ivins told friends that government agents had stalked him and his family for months,
offered his son $2.5 million to rat him out and tried to turn his hospitalized daughter
against him with photographs of dead anthrax victims. The pressure on Ivins was extreme,
a high-risk strategy that has failed the FBI before. The government was determined to find
the villain in the 2001 anthrax attacks; it was too many years without a solution to the
case that shocked and terrified a post-9/11 nation. The last thing the FBI needed was
another embarrassment. Overreaching damaged the FBI's reputation in the high-profile
investigations: the Centennial Olympic Park bombing probe that falsely accused Richard
Jewell; the theft of nuclear secrets and botched prosecution of scientist Wen Ho Lee; and,
in this same anthrax probe, the smearing of an innocent man - Ivins' colleague Steven
Hatfill. In the current case, Ivins complained privately that FBI agents had offered his son,
Andy, $2.5 million, plus "the sports car of his choice" late last year if he would turn over
evidence implicating his father in the anthrax attacks.
The former suspect, Dr. Steven Hatfield, was under extreme pressure too, but did not crack and commit
suicide. Instead he persevered, declaring his innocence, and succeeded in winning a lawsuit against the
FBI for $5 million in compensatory damages.
- Suicide of an Anthrax Suspect
August 2, 2008
- The FBI has a weak history on this case and the evidence as presented in the initial
reporting is just as weak. Dr. Ivins was passed over as a likely suspect at first. He was their
second choice. Dr. Steven Hatfill was originally the main suspect of the FBI investigation.
The FBI leaked damaging information about Hatfill to an obliging media in an attempt to
apply pressure on him. The FBI wanted Hatfill stressed into fessing-up by making a media
circus of the investigation. But there was a problem; Hatfill didn't do it. After years of
ruinous treatment by the FBI and the media Hatfill just received over $5 million in
The case against Dr. Bruce Ivins is circumstantial at best and extremely weak, leaving key elements
unanswered. What was the process of elimination by which all other scientists in the lab were cast aside
as suspects? The anthrax included in the envelopes was a powder, and Ivins had no access to the
equipment that could produce a powder version of anthrax. Some of the envelopes were mailed from
locations that would have required a 7 hour drive during the night at a time he was regularly showing up
for work. Outside of the fact that Ivins worked at the lab, there is not a solid piece of evidence pointing
to his potential guilt. Ah, but what about the therapist who claimed Ivins as a "sciopath" with "homicidal"
tendencies? Is she credible? Or would she be a person who could be intimidated or bribed into
cooperation with the FBI? What else is in her past, known only to the FBI, that could be used against
her if she failed to cooperate?
- FBI Said to Have Stalked Ivins' Family
August 6, 2008
- Before he died July 29 of a Tylenol overdose, Ivins, 62, had two inpatient stays at
Maryland hospitals for detoxification and rehabilitation and attended two sets of therapy
sessions with a counselor who eventually sought court protection from him. The counselor
he saw for group therapy and biweekly individual sessions, who would eventually tell a
judge that he was a "sociopathic, homicidal killer," had a troubled past. Jean C. Duley,
who worked until recent days for Comprehensive Counseling Associates in Frederick, is
licensed as an entry-level drug counselor and was allowed to work with clients only under
supervision of a more-seasoned professional. Shortly before she sought a "peace order"
against Ivins, Duley had completed 90 days of home detention after a drunken-driving
arrest in December, and she has acknowledged drug use in her past. In a 1999 interview
with The Washington Post, Duley described her background as a motorcycle gang member
and a drug user. "Heroin. Cocaine. PCP," said Duley, who then used the name Jean
Wittman. "You name it, I did it."
Per the Zetas, Ivins was driven to suicide and the proof of this is in the FBI's own behavior. Why did
they stalk him, following him everywhere? Is this how the FBI conducts an investigation?
ZetaTalk Explanation 8/2/2008: One wonders how an investigation can go on for 7 years without
some success. The FBI agents were seen outside this man's house, in parked cars and wearing
dark glasses. This is NOT because they were investigating the man's movements, as they were
being too obvious. They were quietly driving him insane. Ivin's psychological profile was on file,
and as the FBI's case on Hatfield was dismissed and the FBI required to pay Hatfield damages,
they needed a new perpetrator ("perp"). Since the dead cannot confess, the case will be closed.
The real perps, as the higher levels of the FBI are fully aware, are in the White House. Where the
suicide of Ivins was genuine, the apparent suicide of an Air Force general was not real. The Air
Force has been involved in cooperating with the White House during their false terrorism
attempts. The theft of a nuclear tipped missile from Minot Air Force Base was one such incident.
Housecleaning had begun, and those likely to cooperate with an investigation are being
The anthrax strain in the envelopes delivered to key Democrats such as Senator Diane Feinstein was
traced to a CIA lab in Utah, a point that was made in the press early on in the investigation and then
dropped. Was the public expected to forget? The FBI and the Bush White House certainly hope so. But
no everyone is so easily led.
- 2001 Anthrax Mailings Case Revisited: Russian Defector was Lead Suspect
November 26, 2007
- Three veteran investigators have independently narrowed the field of anthrax mailings
suspects to a single Russian defector affiliated with two heavily implicated defense
contractors and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Kanatjan Alibekov, alias "Ken
Alibek," the President of Hadron Advanced Biosystems, should be re-interrogated by the
FBI, according to three researchers who arrived at this conclusion independently. They say
Stephen Hatfield - the military virologist cited by FBI officials in recent weeks as a chief
subject was not likely involved in the mailings at all.
During this past week, 3 beheadings occurred that hit the news - one in Canada, one in Brazil, and one
incident in Greece.
- Greyhound Bus Passenger Beheaded with Rambo Knife
August 1, 2008
- A Greyhound bus passenger calmly stabbed another man dozens of times and decapitated
him, pausing briefly to display the head to horrified travellers before proceeding to
disembowel his victim. Passengers said the attacker did not seem to know the victim, who
appeared to be about 19 years old, and that he wore sunglasses throughout the attack
although it was the middle of the night. The victim had been on the bus since Edmonton.
Caton said the attacker boarded the bus around Brandon, Manitoba, about 130 kilometres
west of Portage La Prairie, a town in the heart of the Canadian Prairies. The suspect had
been on the bus for about an hour and didn't even sit near his victim at first.
- Man Confesses to Decapitating British Girlfriend
August 1, 2008
- The Brazilian man accused of killing and dismembering a British teenager has confessed to
the murder in a deposition to police attended by his lawyer. Santos confessed he killed
Burke because she threatened to tell his parents he was a drug dealer addicted to cocaine,
and she was considering turning him in to police.
- Greek Man Held After Girlfriend Beheaded
August 3, 2008
- A 31-year-old man killed his girlfriend on the Greek island of Santorini on Sunday,
beheaded her, then fled in a patrol car. Following a heated argument, Arvanitis beheaded
his girlfriend's dog with a butcher knife, then killed and beheaded the woman. Initially,
Arvanitis roamed the village of Vourvoulos exhibiting Karkali's head. Townspeople said
they locked themselves in their homes and called the police. When a policeman tried to
handcuff him, the suspect knifed the officer and flung the woman's head into a patrol car,
Roussos said. Arvanitis then made off in a second patrol car and ran over a motorcycle
before he was caught.
Are these beheadings related? Note the scenarios in each case. In Brazil, drugs were involved, with the
victim threatening to report the perpetrator as a drug dealer. The beheading was in fact only incidental to
dismembering the body to get rid of it. The beheading in Greece was a crime of passion, the victim and
perpetrator in fact girlfriend and boyfriend and the crime following a "heated argument." So what makes
the beheading in Canada different? It was done in a cold, calculating manner, and done against a
stranger. Per the Zetas, this particular murder had all the signs of being a deliberate act by someone in
the Service-to-Self, auditioning for a role in their next incarnation on one of the Service-to-Self "prison
ZetaTalk Analysis 8/2/2008: Where methodical murders done for no apparent reason, or murder
done out of rage against an authority figure, or murder to punish a supposedly guilty group - are
not unknown in the past - they are now on the increase. Part of this is due to tension in the world
at large - economic difficulties, lack of personal success and opportunity, and a feeling that
things are not going to get better but are likely to get worse. Suicides are also on the increase for
the same reason. Rage gets pointed inward or outward. But the case of the Canada bus stabbling
is not due to explosive rage any more than the Virginia Tech murders were due to an explosion of
rage. It was coldly methodical, and thus the sign of a Service-to-Self soul making an audition for
his next incarnation. The victim was chosen because he was slight of build and was expected to
doze off listening to music and thus would not be able to react until the act was upon him.
Subsequent descriptions of the Canadian killer, Vince Li, confirm and reinforce the Zetas description. Li
was pleading for death, but in Canada, there is no death penalty. Li had made his audition, and now
wished to be dispatched to his next incarnation as soon as possible.
- Quiet Death Wish
August 6, 2008
- The first public words Vince Weiguang Li uttered since being charged in a gruesome
beheading that has made headlines around the world were a quiet, almost inaudible, plea
for death. The suspect allegedly beheaded McLean and was later spotted eating the
victim's flesh. Body parts - an ear, nose, and part of a mouth - were also found in a plastic
bag inside the suspect's pocket upon his arrest. The suspect and the victim did not know
each other, and the attack appeared unprovoked. Li, who recently immigrated to Canada
from China, lived with his wife in Edmonton prior to the attack. He worked as a
newspaper delivery man as well as at a Wal-Mart in the city.
Timeline Crop Circle
It's the season for crop circles, and the pace is not letting up. An interesting circle appeared in Germany,
which the Zetas describe as a timeline design. Of course, this is not the interpretation that others have
made. But the Zetas' explanation fits their prior descriptions of the twists and turns that the Earth and
Planet X will make during the last weeks.
German Horb crop circle, July 27, 2008.
ZetaTalk Comment 8/2/2008: This is a timeline design, and clearly shows three stages. Planet X
is the larger planet with more than one moon, and the Earth the smaller planet with a single
Moon. At first, the Earth tries to align with Planet X, and thus the wobble has ensued. This is
represented on the right where the planets are on top of one another with the wobble depicted as
a fork, one side of the wobble (or prong) more extreme than the other. Next, in the center design,
the Earth goes end to end with Planet X, almost tipping over in this attempt during the 3 days of
darkness which morphs into 6 days of sunrise west as the globe overcompensates while tipping
over. This is also a time of some twisting and turning by Planet X, which shortly rights itself
when it crosses the ecliptic and is in a position, as depicted in the design on the left, to align with
the magnetic field lines on the northern side of the ecliptic. At this point, when the Earth is
slowing her rotation and drawing closer to Planet X, both planets are in a side-by-side
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