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About Judith Sanders
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Entries by Judith Sanders
I’ve explained the missing WMDs in Iraq… So, what’s next? Ever wonder why no one has claimed responsibilities for the last BW attack on US soil, the anthrax letters? Why are relatives of Dr. Bruce Ivins saying he didn’t do it. Read about biocriminologist Wayne Swift’s next adventures as he gets to the bottom of […]
For fans of Wayne, Matt, Richard and the crew. Yes, they are off on another adventure. This time uncovering a deeper conspiracy right here under our noses (or should I say feet) in the US. And if you ask why it took so long, well, writing “on the edge” of reality, we had to scrap […]
Cmashlovestoread.com writes “As lovers of books, don’t you wish there was some way, we had the time and could read each and every book on our TBR and Wish lists? I know I do. And this is one of those books. When Jaime from Media Connect/Finn Partners contacted me, I knew I had to share […]
Simply put, they all have been used in dispersing biological weapons. At the “Battle of Tortona” in Italy in 1155, Barbarossa had human body parts dropped into the wells of his enemy to contaminate their water supplies. Catapults were used to send dead and infected bodies of plaque victims over castle walls to infect the […]
If there ever was a time to long for, the days of the “Red Phone” and Reagan squaring off against Gorbachev, to borrow a slogan from the first Reagan campaign, “the time is now.” The world has certainly become a more dangerous place since the Soviet walls “came crumbling down” and the Cold War has […]
In the summer of 1991, after the first Gulf War, the first inspections of Iraqi WMD began. Amazingly, on the first biological weapons inspection, the Iraqi representatives, led by the infamous Dr. Taha, announced that they had, indeed, a program to develop biological weapons. Their rationale at the time was that they did it because […]
Once upon a time, small tubes crossed oceans, borders, and customs floors in the pockets, briefcases, and luggage of respected and well intentioned scientists. What was in these tubes? Whatever dangerous viruses or bacteria the scientists were interested in studying. Worse, at times the tubes contained tissues or blood from animals or humans who died […]
There are at least five (5) things that help weapons inspectors determine that someone has crossed the line into “black biology”: 1. Secrecy: If you’re doing legitimate research, it should be in the open, published, and open for review. If everything is in secret, you’ve crossed the line. 2. Size: If you need to study […]
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