Subject: Re: anthrax-Southern Poverty LC/ not by domestic hate group
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 22:07:17 -0800
Organization: IMS Netvigator
WASHINGTON - The FBI increasingly is convinced that the person behind the
recent anthrax attacks is a lone wolf within the United States who has no
links to terrorist groups but is an "opportunist" using the Sept. 11
hijackings to vent his rage, investigators said Friday. Based on case
studies, handwriting and linguistic analysis, forensic data and other
evidence, authorities do not believe at this point in their five-week
investigation that Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network is behind the anthrax
attacks, FBI officials said.
Well excuse me.
Based on case studies,
*and just how many actual bio releases do you have for comparative study.
*handwriting and linguistic analysis,
The above means dick. Based on the same 21 or so words repeated in each
and other evidence,
* evidence in the catagory of wishful thinking perhaps?
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> They don't come more expert than Mark Potok of the Southern Law Poverty
> Center on domestic homegrown extremist (hate) groups (ala McVeigh).
> And his view has remained unchanged since October that the anthrax
> mailings were not committed by a domestic hate group.