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Further Indications of a Cover-Up in the Anthrax Attacks

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COMMENT: In past posts and pro­grams [7], we have not­ed evi­dence of a cov­er-up [8] in the anthrax attacks of 2001. Now, a for­mer FBI agent is suing the bureau, charg­ing that he was sub­ject to pro­fes­sion­al retal­i­a­tion in exchange for ques­tion­ing the offi­cial pro­nounce­ment that Bruce Ivins was the “lone nut” per­pe­tra­tor of the attacks.

Although Richard L. Lam­bert thinks it pos­si­ble that Ivins was the mail­er, he thinks the bureau was rail­road­ing him.

“For­mer F.B.I. Agent Sues, Claim­ing Retal­i­a­tion Over Mis­giv­ings in Anthrax Case” by Scott Shane; The New York Times; 4/9/2015. [9]

When Bruce E. Ivins [10], an Army micro­bi­ol­o­gist, took a fatal over­dose of Tylenol in 2008, the gov­ern­ment declared that he had been respon­si­ble for the anthrax [11] let­ter attacks of 2001, which killed five peo­ple and set off a nation­wide pan­ic, and closed the case.

Now, a for­mer senior F.B.I. [12] agent who ran the anthrax inves­ti­ga­tion for four years says that the bureau gath­ered “a stag­ger­ing amount of excul­pa­to­ry evi­dence” regard­ing Dr. Ivins that remains secret. The for­mer agent, Richard L. Lam­bert, who spent 24 years at the F.B.I. [12], says he believes it is pos­si­ble that Dr. Ivins was the anthrax mail­er, but he does not think pros­e­cu­tors could have con­vict­ed him had he lived to face crim­i­nal charges.

In a law­suit filed in fed­er­al court in Ten­nessee last Thurs­day, Mr. Lam­bert accused the bureau of try­ing “to rail­road the pros­e­cu­tion of Ivins” and, after his sui­cide, cre­at­ing “an elab­o­rate per­cep­tion man­age­ment cam­paign” to bol­ster its claim that he was guilty. Mr. Lambert’s law­suit accus­es the bureau and the Jus­tice Depart­ment of forc­ing his dis­missal from a job as senior coun­ter­in­tel­li­gence offi­cer at the Ener­gy Department’s lab in Oak Ridge, Tenn., in retal­i­a­tion for his dis­sent on the anthrax case. . . .