Anthrax Investigation Site is Back

One of the anthrax letters. Were the anthrax attacks the result of a disgruntled scientist or a murderous intelligence agency?
One of the anthrax letters. Were the anthrax attacks the result of a disgruntled scientist or a murderous intelligence agency?

by Kevin Alfred Strom

THE GROUND-BREAKING investigation of the 2001 anthrax attacks by researcher Robert Pate, The Anthrax Mystery: Solved, is now back on line at — its original venue on the Web.

While I was forcibly detained by the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) under false charges, hackers took advantage of the situation to deface the site and delete all its content. When I regained my freedom, I restored the site from backups, whereupon the hackers struck again — this time attempting to destroy not only Mr. Pate’s work but mine as well. Now every single word and note of the original article has been restored.

In addition, Robert Pate’s hard-to-find essay on the hidden truth about the 9/11 attacks — The Missiles at Ground Zero — has also been added to the site.

Mr. Pate’s investigative work is especially important today, since the dramatic failure of the FBI’s case against their first “person of interest,” Steven Hatfill, and the equally dramatic suicide of Bruce Ivins and the FBI’s unilateral declaration without trial or hearings of any kind that Ivins was the perpetrator and that the anthrax investigation is now officially closed.

It’s both interesting and gratifying to me — as one who has been on the receiving end of horrible, life-wrecking lies from the U.S. Justice Department — to see how many people are skeptical of the Justice Department’s glib allegations of guilt directed at the conveniently dead Dr. Ivins. As Robert Pate points out, only Israel’s intelligence and assasination agency, the Mossad, had the motive, means, and opportunity to carry out these murders and attempted murders. And Mr. Pate shows conclusively that Steven Hatfiill was meticulously set up as a “fall guy” several years prior to the actual attacks, in a continent-spanning effort — hardly the act of a “lone wolf” disgruntled or profit-seeking scientist employed full-time and under constant security screening.

Almost as soon as the first anthrax letters reached their destinations, that same Justice Department was ready with an explanation: evil White “racists” dun it. On October 28, 2001, Britain’s Guardian newspaper reported that:

“Neo-Nazi extremists within the US are behind the deadly wave of anthrax attacks against America, according to latest briefings from the security services and Justice Department. …’There are a number of strong leads, and some people we know well that we are looking at,’ the Justice Department said. ‘These are groups organised into militia and “survivalist” movements – which pull out of society and take to the hills to make war on the government, and who will support anyone else making war on the government.'”

The article goes on from absurdity to absurdity, with the usual chiming in from the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s paid “experts” and others, and even makes the oft-repeated but preposterous claim that Timothy McVeigh, whose co-conspirator Nichols had a non-White spouse, was a “White racist.” The Guardian article, viewed with the benefit of eight years’ hindsight, shows us just how seriously we should take the government’s pronouncements on the subject.

Robert Pate’s work will not only make you a well-informed citizen on the subject of the deadly anthrax letters — but you’ll learn much about the 9/11 attacks, Israel’s foreknowledge of Atta and company, Michael Chertoff, and the largest spy ring ever captured on American soil.

In these days of rampant government disinformation, we must educate ourselves about the history of our own times, or we will become the pawns of those who would use us as cannon fodder in their dishonorable wars.