Monday, August 4, 2008

US Feds Terrorize Scientist to Death

A US medical examiner determined that a US scientist committed suicide because he was told that he would be charged with the infamous anthrax attacks of 2001. The US legal system has yet to be charged.

Because of a bombing at the Atlanta-held summer Olympics in 19XX, the US legal system similarly eroded Richard Jewel's sanity to the point that he, too, died at 44 - of natural causes. Jewel was posthumously cleared of all charges. No suspects have ever been declared in the bombings.

Dr. Bruce Irvins actually worked on the case to find the Anthrax suspect(s), but early investigations centered around a colleague who successfully sued the justice department for nearly $6 million. Shortly afterward, Dr. Irvins was told he would be charged.

Though his lawyer says his innocence would have been proven in court, and that he had fully cooperated, Dr. Irvins overdosed on painkillers and died last Tuesday.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

1 comment:

  1. The FBI released their documents on the matter in order to distance themselves from the murder.

    If they remain true to form, they will casually "admit" blame in 10-15 years, though never take responsibility for anything.

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