Genetic testing confirms: US bioweapons used in terrorist attacks

ermadog at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca ermadog at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca
Tue Dec 18 16:31:05 MST 2001



On Mon, 17 Dec 2001, jaquero wrote:

> the specific line of bacteria (the "sub strain," so to speak) was the
> same, the specific bacteriological isolate (descendants from ONE original
> cell) that the army's been using for biological warfare research (at least
> research) since 1980.

Any connection to the Suffield research station in southern Alberta? They
do a lot of dirty work for the U.S army. I often wonder if Saddam Hussein
would be more co-operative about inspections if we were to offer a "we'll
show you ours, if you show us yours" kind of deal.

Joan Cameron


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