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 (Marc h 30, 2008) "Fair and Balanced" (sic) Fox News claims that US bio-warfare lab Fort Detrick personnel have been linked to the still-unsolved 2001 anthrax attacks.

The allegedly weaponized anthrax was mailed to US Democrat Senators like Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy, who had opposed then Attorney General John Ashcroft's unconstitutional and Orwellian US PATRIOT (sic) Act, a 300 page document which appeared, just days after the 9/11 attacks.

It has been alleged that the US PATRIOT (sic) Act was passed in order to supplant the US Constitution and consolidate more power in the federal government.

FOX News reported that "the FBI has narrowed its focus to 'about four' suspects in the 6 1/2-year investigation of the deadly anthrax attacks of 2001, and at least three of those suspects are linked to the Army's bioweapons research facility at Fort Detrick in Maryland...

"The FBI has collected writing samples from the three scientists in an effort to match them to the writer of anthrax-laced letters that were mailed to two U.
S. senators and at least two news outlets in the fall of 2001, a law enforcement source confirmed."

The notorious US cover-up agency called the FBI, also known as the Federal Bureau of Incompetence, has dragged its feet on this so-called "investigation" since 2001.

It should be remembered that anthrax was mailed to Democratic lawmakers who needed more "persuading" -- not to oppose the draconian US PATRIOT (sic) Act, but nobody was ever charged and the investigation never even produced a viable scapegoat for the perps.

A Fort Detrick "scientist" named Steven Hatfill was publicly smeared by the media and named as a "person of interest," but was never charged. Now Hatfill is suing the Feds.

(Editor's Note: Good luck, pal...)