Monday, November 16, 2015

bin Laden's Sex Tapes


Blaming Iraq for Anthrax Attacks:

March 23, 2002, The Observer, New evidence hints at hijack link to anthrax attacks, by Ed Vulliamy in New York, diigo,

October 14 2001, The Observer, Iraq 'behind US anthrax outbreaks', by David Rose and Ed Vulliamy,Archive Today,

October 27, 2001, The London Times, Hijacker 'Given Anthrax Flask by Iraqi Agent’, by Daniel McGrory,


October 9, 2001, AP - San Bernardino Sun, FBI investigating how co-worker became exposed to anthrax, by Amanda Riddle, Associated Press Writer, Archived, diigo,

October 9, 2001, NewsMax, Possible Terrorist Attack Just About Sex?, Archived,
10/09/01 - Mideast madman Osama bin Laden may have been so enraged when the supermarket tabloid Globe Magazine reported on his failed attempts to woo an American woman that he targeted Globe headquarters in Boca Raton, Fl., with an anthrax attack, the Washington Post speculated Tuesday morning.

"The Globe and the National Enquirer -- have been exceptionally tough on bin Laden," the paper noted.

Citing the latest Globe report that called bin Laden "a shameful hypocrite, condoning gang-rape, drinking and carousing by his military captains," the Post observed:

"The Oct. 2 issue of the Globe was more incendiary. In a story headlined 'The Face of Evil,' a former CIA agent was quoted as saying bin Laden's rage toward Americans is rooted in being ridiculed by an American woman years ago for having underdeveloped sexual organs."

The Globe shares offices with its American Media sister publications the National Enquirer, the National Examiner and the Sun. Sun employee Bob Stevens died Friday after being poisoned by anthrax.

Stevens' American Media co-worker Ernesto Blanco tested positive for anthrax exposure on Monday.

The FBI is currently investigating the anthrax outbreak as a possible terrorist attack, with Florida public health officials urging all 300 employees at AM's Boca Raton headquarters to get anthrax tests.

October 10, 2001, AP - Lawrence Journal-World, Anthrax cases still a mystery, Archived,

FBI agents wearing biohazard suits a pour liquid into a drum outside the American Media Inc., building in Boca Raton, Fla. Federal officials suspect foul play rather than an environmental source is at the root of two Florida anthrax cases that have left one man dead and hundreds of co-workers getting tested for the disease.

January 27, 2003, Bioworld Financial Watch, Avant: case study of a defense deal helping keep firms healthy,
Some cynical Europeans might snicker about industry in America profiting from a threatened terrorist siege. Other commentators may marvel instead at company scientists' ability to engineer biodefense weapons. The editorial-page beat goes on.

So does Avant Immunotherapeutcs Inc., one of the latest firms tapped by the federal government to help prepare for biological warfare. Specifically, the firm is assigned by the U.S. Department of Defense to come up with a combination vaccine for anthrax (Bacillus anthracis) and plague (Yersinia pestis).

The deal is worth $8 million for Avant -- maybe much more eventually -- and that cash will be used to underwrite the company's other, peace-related drug development efforts.

"We've a lot popping," said Una Ryan, president and CEO of Avant. One project is an oral cholera vaccine undergoing Phase II trials in Bangladesh, which Ryan said will be used as a "Trojan horse" for the anthrax/plague vaccine.


October 9, 1988, Chicago Tribune, Little Miss Persistence Duels For A Man With Mrs. Had It Up To Here, by Laura Kavesh and Cheryl Lavin, Archive,

March 1, 1990, Sun-Sentinel, Hanson Calls For Task Force On Hazardous Materials,

February 10, 1992, Sun-Sentinel, Bush Fumbles Hot Issues Of `92: The Middle Class And...,

August 28, 1992, Sun-Sentinel, Tales Of The Crisis, From Heroic To Humorous,

December 1, 1994, Chicago Tribune, Postal Rate Hike Irks Fed-up Chicagoans, by Nancy Ryan, Tribune Staff Writer, Archive,

August 3, 1996, Chicago Tribune, FBI Visits Atlanta Guard's Old Job,

March 4, 1997, The Independent, Obituary: Max Sterne, by Peter Turnbull,

January 19, 1999, Chicago Tribune, Did The Postal Service Really Need That Penny Hike?, by Anne M. Northup. U.S. Rep. Anne M.Northup represents Kentucky, Archive,

May 20, 1999 Chicago Tribune, Ex-postal Clerk Admits Theft Of Credit Cards,

August 9, 2001,, 17 Disciplined in Police DWI Deaths,
August 9, 2001, Seattle Times, 2nd fatal shooting in year for Bellevue police officer,

August 10, 2001, Christian Science Monitor, For police, attitudes toward drinking change,
August 10, 2001, San Francisco Chronicle, S.F. transgender sensitivity classes,
August 10, 2001, CNN, 250,000 bail set in cop DWI case,
August 10, 2001, New York Times, Search Rules Stricter for New Jersey Troopers,
August 10, 2001, Washington Post, Police Dispute Delays Funds,
August 10, 2001, New York Times, A Day of Painful Goodbyes to 4 Run Down by an Officer,

August 13, 2001, Washington Post, Farrell, Vocal Critic Join Forces,
August 14, 2001, Washington Post, Comment Creates Stir at 2nd Trial Of Two Officers,

September 4, 2001, BBC, Video identity parades 'fairer',
September 5, 2001, Washington Post, Police Kill Second Suspect In Standoff at Michigan Farm,
September 8, 2001, NewsFactor Network, Miami police cover-up alleged,
September 8, 2001,, Miami Cops Charged In Shooting Cover-Ups,
September 8, 2001, CNN, 13 Miami officers face corruption charges,
September 8, 2001, Washington Post, Miami Police Arrested in Shootings Scandal,
September 8, 2001, New York Times, Police Supervisor Who Used Slur for Blacks Is Transferred to Harlem,
September 8, 2001, New York Times, 11 Miami Officers Facing U.S. Charges in String of Shootings,
September 15, 2001, Washington Post, Prince George's Prosecutor Accuses Police of Coverup,

2009, Analyzing the Anthrax Attacks (2009-2014 Edition) Commentary & Analysis, by Ed Lake,

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