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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Anthrax victim doesn't believe Gov't Story


Winchester Star

Since inhaling anthrax at a Sterling postal facility in 2001 and filing a lawsuit against the federal government, he says he’s been wiretapped, followed, and threatened by government officials.

That’s why Hose, 66, has sympathy instead of anger for Bruce Ivins, the scientist who worked at the Army’s biological warfare defense labs. Ivins committed suicide last week as prosecutors prepared to charge him with carrying out the anthrax attacks seven years ago.

“I don’t care for anybody that does the kind of work he did, but they’re using him as a scapegoat,” Hose said. “They’ve harassed that man for 41/2 years and he finally broke.”