Meryl Nass, practicing physician and blogger on anthrax-related issues, discusses the one-third of Gulf War veterans with Gulf War Syndrome, the re-instituted requirement for soldiers to accept potentially dangerous anthrax and small pox vaccines, why the VA’s typical treatment for Gulf War Syndrome is to prescribe psychiatric drugs, tests on depleted uranium that discovered an unsafe mix containing radioactive isotopes, the lack of evidence in the FBI’s conclusion that Bruce Ivins was behind the 2001 anthrax mailings, previous attempts by the FBI to harass and intimidate Ft. Detrick lab employees and why FBI agents seemed to purposely spend all their time and resources pursuing the wrong avenues of investigation.
MP3 here. (17:53)
Meryl Nass is a doctor of internal medicine and an expert on bioterrorism, biodefense, anthrax and anthrax vaccine injuries. She has testified before Congress on the subjects of Gulf War illness, anthrax vaccines and bioterrorism. Her blog and anthrax-information websites can be found at AnthraxVaccine.org.