2. Thomas Morris, Jr. postal workers in Washington, DC
3. Joseph Curseen, postal workers in Washington, DC
4. Kathy Nguyen, a New York City hospital worker from the Bronx
5. Ottilie Lundgren of Oxford, CT , a 94 year old retired widow
Here are the some of the survivors;
6. Tom Brokaw
7. Dan Rather
8. Patrick Leahy
9. Tom Daschle
How fortunate that the Media figures and electorate managed to escape without incident. Not even exposure. What is really interesting is that at a time when George Bush and Dick Cheney were on the CIA for intelligence regarding Saddam Hussein and WMD, with Cheney even making unannounced visits to Langley these attacks occurred.
The public opinion might have been affected with the reports of the attempts to murder the people America had invited into their homes every evening such as Rather and Brokaw.
And for the left anti-Bush folks, two of the top power Democrats might have fallen victim. You couldn't get better PR for Saddams head on a platter.
Sending a letter to the Sun and Enquirer was going to get the message in the hands of the guns and religion crowd, certainly. Sounds like a "Karl Rove" type list to me.
Either way, if Ivins was guilty of participating in the involvement and realized he was a marked man it appears to me that we should try the case in absentia with a clear investigation of the data under a peer review and to delve into the sorted details of Amerithrax, as we should for 911, the US attorney firings and torture. The case will be closed upon the completion of the investigation. But the questions regarding the technical and circumstantial evidence still remain a mystery.
There is enough unanswered questions to prompt Senator Grassley to conclude that it needs committee attention. All we have now is a dead man named Bruce Ivins and a wife who says he was innocent. Further articles are forthcoming looking at the Bush-Cheney "NOC list' and the trail of the dead by these operatives that have stolen our government and broken our laws.