Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Distractions from the cover-up

Washington (CNN) -- White House mail handlers identified a "suspicious substance" in a letter sent to President Barack Obama the same day one suspected of containing the poison ricin was found in a Senate mailroom, the Secret Service said Wednesday.

Both letters arrived Tuesday at off-site postal facilities set up after the 2001 anthrax attacks and have been sent to laboratories for additional tests, authorities said.
from Another suspicious letter found, this one to Obama

All we know is that articles about these supposed envelopes have appeared in the media.  We don't really know whether these supposed envelopes exist. I consider this to be an attempt by the government to distract us from the "investigation" into the bombing, such as from the fact that a suspicious bag was photographed at one of the blast sites about an hour before the blast occurred (see 2nd previous entry).  Any cop assigned to patrol that area should have noticed it and had the area evacuated.  So, why wasn't that done, and why isn't the media pressuring the FBI on this issue?