We at the International Center for 9/11 Justice are honored to make available for free on our website one of the great contributions of our late dear friend Dr. Graeme MacQueen: his 2014 book The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy.
Without this seminal work, the 9/11 research community and the broader public would know vastly less about the 2001 anthrax attacks and their connection to the preceding false flag attack of 9/11.
A brief synopsis
Through his meticulous research and incisive analysis, Dr. MacQueen makes the compelling case that the anthrax attacks were perpetrated by a group of insiders deep within the US state apparatus.
The perpetrators’ goal, he argues, was to sustain the level of fear created by 9/11 and to frame al-Qaeda and Iraq — thus reinforcing the initial pretext for the global war on terror while also implicating a state actor and elevating the perceived threat of weapons of mass destruction.
When the plan to frame al-Qaeda and Iraq failed, the perpetrators turned to the domestic “lone wolf” limited hangout. The FBI ultimately charged US Army biodefense researcher Bruce Ivins, who conveniently took his own life before the case against him could be prosecuted.
Dr. MacQueen’s book is a must-read. For those of you who’ve already read it, we encourage you to use the online version as a resource and a means of sharing the book with others. You can find it in our Republished Books archive together with Another Nineteen.