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Collateral damage.
Catherine Herridge reports new developments in the still-unsolved 2001 anthrax attacks, while Steven Hatfill continues the fight to clear his name: Hatfill, meanwhile, is in court pursuing a civil action against the government for violating his privacy by leaking information to the press. One of the repor
"The media has to be responsible."
I noted two weeks ago that a federal judge had decided to hold a USAToday reporter in contempt of court for refusing to name sources who fingered former Army scientist Steven Hatfill as a possible suspect in the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people. He had postponed imposing penalties pending an appeal by the... Read More
"Not a scintilla of evidence."
USA Today reports on new developments in Steven Hatfill's civil lawsuit against the government for implicating him in the 2001 anthrax attacks. One of the newspaper's reporters has been held in contempt for refusing to name her anonymous sources and another reporter for CBS faces similar charges: A federal judge held a former USA TODAY... Read More
Interesting development in a civil suit that should be getting more attention: Five reporters must reveal their government sources for stories they wrote about Steven J. Hatfill and investigators' suspicions that the former Army scientist was behind the deadly anthrax attacks of 2001, a federal judge ruled yesterday. The decision from U.S. District Judge Reggie... Read More
Have you forgotten? Five years ago today, someone--still unknown--sent letters laced with anthrax to the NYPost and NBC News. Two more letters, postmarked October 9, 2001, were sent to Sens. Tom Daschle and Pat Leahy with even more refined ("weaponized") anthrax: The CDC mapped the mail flow of anthrax letters, which included several more inferred... Read More
Via Fox News/AP: Chuck Simmins is tracking the story. *** Related... Via Forbes this week: Speed is key to saving the lives of people infected with anthrax, a new U.S. study concludes. Researchers at Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System and Stanford University School of Medicine examined 82 cases of co
Craig Henry at Lead and Gold has some tough words for the media and its double standards.
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