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Post-Boston Bombings Fear-Mongering

by Stephen Lendman,

On April 17, major media reported Obama and Senator Roger Wicker (R. MI) receiving letters containing suspicious substances.

FBI testing continues. Initial evaluations confirmed ricin. A subsequent statement reported “inconsistent results.” Further analysis is being conducted.

Ricin is poisonous if inhaled, injected or ingested. It’s deadliest if inhaled. It’s potentially lethal. It’s not contagious. There’s no antidote.

Both letters had similar markings. A separate report said Senator Richard Shelby (R. AL) received a suspicious package. Parts of Senate office buildings were cleared.

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1 comment to Post-Boston Bombings Fear-Mongering

  • schlomo

    Every article about the ricin mailings goes like this: Headlines: “Ricin, Ricin, Ricin!” Fine print in the articles: “Believed to be ricin.” “powder which is possibly ricin.” “Tests are inconclusive.” “Possibly ricin.”

    Of course it’s being tested at the lab where they actually make biowarfare agents. “Boss, the test show that this is just talcum powder.” “Ok, I’ll get a gram of our ricin and just pepper it with some of our stuff and retest it.”

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