Friday, April 16, 2010

Steven Hatfill was investigated for years before being cleared; no apologies

 As Hatfill said, “The government can do whatever it wants to anyone, at any time, just based upon suspicions.” Scary but true.

This man’s story is NOT unusual, or the exception to what happens to people when the government even suspects them of any crime.

Back in the early 70s I had two friends that were peace activists that were harassed by local police and the FBI. They followed them around for months (openly) hoping to catch them doing anything illegal. They both smoked pot (which could land your ass in jail back then) and they basically had to quit during that time. Here’s Steven Hatfill’s story:

 Exonerated anthrax suspect: FBI harassed me

The man falsely accused by the FBI of sending letters laced with deadly anthrax spores has received a big settlement from the government, but never an apology for destroying his life.

What’s more, Dr. Steven J. Hatfill told TODAY’s Matt Lauer during his first interview since the September 2001 attacks, neither the Justice  Department nor the FBI has been held accountable for breaking the law and lying in their pursuit of him.”

1 comment:

Tom Sebourn said...

This whole Anthrax investigation was a sham like the 9/11 investigation.
They were only looking for what they wanted to find.