Don't know what kind of 'samples' are missing this time...
But surely, this is not a good news.
Will this investigation achieve its goal?
Or will it fail just like the 9/11 Commission and so many others?
Excerpt from William Blum, "Since I Gave Up Hope, I Feel Better" (enigmatic title):
"Consider this: On June 9, 1969, Dr. Donald M. MacArthur, Deputy Director, Research and Engineering, Department of Defense, testified before Congress:
'Within the next 5 to 10 years, it would probably be possible to make a new infective microorganism which could differ in certain important aspects from any known disease-causing organisms. Most important of these is that it might be refractory [resistant] to the immunological and therapeutic processes upon which we depend to maintain our relative freedom from infectious disease.'
"Whether the United States actually developed such a microorganism and what it did with it has not been reported. AIDS was first identified by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 1981. It's certainly possible that the disease arose as a result of Defense Department experiments, and then spread as an unintended consequence."
You can order my book here. Among other things, I show that the CIA sabotaged their own Bay of Pigs invasion, that HIV was probably invented by the US government, and that Noam Chomsky and Rudolf Augstein are frauds. These are not claims, but conclusions based on detailed textual analysis--in Chomsky's case of his letters to me. This history is essential for a full grasp of the reality of 9/11.
AIDS worse than 9/11 - judge
AUSTRALIAN Treasurer Peter Costello says High Court judge Michael Kirby has dishonoured the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks after suggesting AIDS was a bigger threat.
Judge Michael Kirby has accused the US of being "obsessed" with September 11, 2001, saying more people died each day of AIDS than in the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, in a report in The Australian today.
So far, Justice Kirby has refused to apologise for the remarks, made while considering a control order on "Jihad" Jack Thomas.
Thomas is the first to be convicted under Australia's new anti-terror laws.
But Mr Costello said Justice Kirby had offended many Australians with his comments.
"Let's not forget Australians died in the collapse of the World Trade Center," he told Southern Cross Radio.
"And it could well be some of their sisters or parents.
"To make light of that event would be pretty grueling to them," Mr Costello said.