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Help re Kenya anthrax connection
Posted by: rangdrol (IP Logged)
Date: May 21, 2004 07:04AM

I have recently been compiling a timeline of the Nick Berg case, including its relation to 9/11, which in my opinion, is cosiderable. Strangely enough, I believe that the following entry is important and I am wondering if anyone can tell me why it is not on the Paul Thompson Timeline?

9/08/01 Three days before 9/11 a letter is mailed to Kenya containing anthrax from Atlanta GA. "The Government in Kenya says [on 10/18] it has confirmed a case of anthrax exposure from a contaminated letter mailed from [the first such case outside the United States in the circa 9/11 anthrax attacks.] The letter is opened on 10/11. Local reports say a doctor and four family members are affected.

[www.cnn.com]

Was it subsequently disproved or placed in doubt? My web research indicates otherwise, but I want to make sure.

I appreciate any help. Thanks.




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