Tom Daschle

Cheney & Bush asked Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle not to Investigate 9/11

Key part starts at 11:37

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePOIhhd9Jr0

Nov 21, 2001 - Why Daschle and Leahy?
It's the question no one in Washington or the media wants to publicly examine: Why were two high-profile Democrats targeted by the anthrax mail terrorist?

4 February 2009 - Tom Daschle withdraws cabinet nomination amidst tax scandal
Tom Daschle, Barack Obama’s pick for health and human services secretary, unexpectedly withdrew his nomination on Tuesday, amidst a scandal involving unpaid taxes.

Tom Daschle Confronted on Anthrax Attack & Bilderberg

Former U.S. Senator Tom Daschle gets confronted about how the anthrax that was sent to him originated from Fort Detrick, Md and the fact he attended the Bilderberg Conference.

http://wearechange.org/tom-daschle-confronted-on-anthrax-attack-bilderberg/

Chicago Tribune: Science in anthrax letter case comes under attack

Bruce E. Ivins, the chief suspect in the 2001 anthrax mailings, committed suicide before the FBI could present its case in court. Years later, some suspicions remain over results of the inquiry.

By David Willman, Washington Bureau
http://www.chicagotribune.com
October 16, 2011

WASHINGTON — FBI Agent Edward Montooth began worrying the moment he got the call early on the morning of July 27, 2008: The chief suspect in the deadly anthrax letter attacks of 2001 had just been rushed to a hospital.

The leader of the FBI investigation knew that if Army microbiologist Bruce E. Ivins died, the opportunity to present the case against him in a courtroom would be lost. Conspiracy theories and speculation, he feared, could well overshadow the evidence.

"They better save [him]," Montooth snapped to a colleague as he hung up the phone.

In previous weeks, Ivins had been warned by his lawyer that he faced an indictment, and the possibility of the death penalty, in connection with the attacks, which killed five people, injured or hospitalized 17 others and helped spur significant changes in national security policies. Ivins died two days after he arrived at the hospital, minutes from his home, in Frederick, Md.

More than three years after Ivins' suicide, Montooth has retired from the FBI, but his earlier concern — that the lack of a trial could fuel suspicions about the government's case — remains valid. Over the last week alone, media reports have questioned anew the evidence against Ivins, while suggesting that the anthrax attacks may have been committed by unidentified wrongdoers.

One account came from three scientists — long critical of the FBI — whose questions were the subject of a story in the New York Times. Another came from the nonprofit group ProPublica, the PBS documentary unit Frontline and McClatchy Newspapers. The coverage highlighted the lingering antagonism toward the FBI among some of Ivins' colleagues at the Army's biowarfare research center at Ft. Detrick, Md.

Tom Daschle, Bilderberg '08 attendee, on 'unsolved' Amerithrax case and American Body Politic "auto-immune problem" (video)

With the Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, VA helping elevate the DC area's now normally and normalized high treasonous activity to despicably epic levels, I heard that even Tom Daschle was getting in on some of the anti-Article III, Section 3 of the US Constitution action. It reminded me that I had a video in my you tube account of my encounter with him back in March that I hadn't posted, though I had previously posted the audio:
Daschle on Amerithrax: "Alot of questions that are yet to be answered." FBI was initially "100%" to "find those responsible."
Here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp4sBEgq40U

From previous blog entry:

Daschle on Amerithrax: "Alot of questions that are yet to be answered." FBI was initially "100%" to "find those responsible."

Former Senator Tom Daschle was at the LA library on 3/26 to talk about his new book on healthcare. WeAreChangeLA was on hand to ask him about the health of the American body politic in relationship to the still 'unsolved' anthraxing of the two opposition leaders Leahy and Daschle -some leaked into Senator Feingold's office as well. While not directly addressing my question about the responsibility of Congress in calling out possible treason, Senator Daschle dropped a few hints in his response.