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    Quote Originally Posted by ClarenceBodiker View Post
    The thing that has got me most interested so far though is if you do the alphabet in a spiral outwards starting like this:

    (it doesn't seem to make much sense in this font but do it on paper (funnily enough)
    (the letter I messes it up being a short character)

    KJIHGFE
    LQPONMD
    MREDCLC
    NSFABKB
    OTGHIJ A
    PUVWXYZ

    So frustrating doing it on here but if you write it out on paper you'll notices that certain three letter sequences in this 'grid' that are in line are in the code NCB MRE etc. It could well be that they indicate to use a letter at the end of where they appear in my grid. Try it.
    I had wondered if anyone had tryed writing it out on paper themselves. Glad you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reannan View Post
    I have been thinking about what kind of 'secret code' Ricky could have learned about as a child that originally spurred his interest. Morse code came to my mind, so I went back and looked at the cypher pages again. There is no punctuation in the text except for some dashes, and a single apostrophe. Maybe the letters "SE" was Ricky's substitution for the "dots" in Morse code, and the other letters were simply placed there to seperate the "dots" from the "dashes". Does anyone know Morse code? Here is the "NOTES" page with all of the "SE" letters removed and a "dot" placed where they were:

    ALPNTE GL.- ERTE
    VL. MT.-CT.-W.-FRT.
    PNRTR. ONDR.WLD NCBE
    NWLDZLRCMSPNEWLDSTSMEXL
    DULMT6TUN. NCBEXC
    (MUNSAISTENMUNAR.)
    KL.-LRSTE-TR.-TR.-MK.N-MR.
    (SAE6N. . NMB.)
    NMNRCBRN.PTE2PTEWSREBKN.
    26ML.74SPRK.29KENOSOLE173RTR.
    356LE CLG.OUNUTKEDKR. P.SHLE
    651MTC.HTL.NCUTCTRS NMRE
    99.84.5 5UNEPL.NCR.ADLT.NSK.NB.
    NSREON. PVT.WLDNCBE (3XORL)
    NM.NR.IN2NTRLERCBRN.NTSRCRBNE
    LSPN.NGSP.MK.KB.PCBEAVXL’R
    HMCRENMREFCBE 1/2MUNDPL.
    D-W-M14HIL XDRLX

    And here is each line with just the 'dots' and 'dashes':

    .-
    ..-.-.-.
    ..

    .
    .
    .--.-.-.-.
    …
    ..
    …
    …
    ..
    …….
    ..
    …
    ….’
    .
    --


    Ideas????

    Not sure if anyone posted to this yet, but I will. I did a full transpositional sweep on this code with software, including morse and it came back as junk.

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    As for the car theory, I can tell you that this guy was certainly not jacking and chopping. I used to be huge into the import tuner life years ago. There is a certain language and if these were codes, there would be things that stand out to me. The one thing that is valued the MOST by tuners is hard to find motors. Engine codes for in-demand tuner motors would be things like SR20DET, RB30, and RB26DETT. For Toyota, you would see codes for in-demand engines such as 1JZ-GTE and 2JZ-GTE.. the 2J also existed in a non-turbo form in the Lexus IS300.

    To be honest, it has crossed my mind that this guy simply had a really bad day at the hands of fate and just happened to have this code on him. I think it's totally possible that the code is actually a bit of a distraction and the focus is actually on something else. There are some very powerful computers out there, but the human mind is far more powerful. People can network computers together, but what happens when you network the power of thousands of human minds together? If that were the case, then the FBI would be just as in the dark and simply doing what they're told to do so that a third party can observe the results with impunity, anonymity, and autonomy. Nothing about this case strikes me as FBI worthy. I may not know exactly what's going on, but I'll bet the farm that there is FAR more to it and this "case" is just smoke and mirrors.

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    I had heard about this break in code but did not know the origin or the formula that was used and was so wrapped up in those notes I did not scan the web for comments till tonight. http://www.zodiackillerfacts.com/for...ilit=MCCORMICK

    Would appear that there is some code in there and that this guy did have some significant issues and references to a couple different aspects that have been mentioned here.

    Page two seems to divulge how the guy cracked the first two sections, interesting and must be some kind of doctor or something.

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    Reference: Categorized excerpts

    Location, disposition and identification


    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    The body of Ricky McCormick, 41, who had addresses in St. Louis, Belleville and Fairview Heights, was found near a cornfield by a woman driving along a field road near Highway 367.

    Alton Telegraph (July 2, 1999)
    The body was found on the farm of Gary Machens, 39. He said his friend found McCormick on a private dirt road that runs to his farm fields, about 75 yards from Machens Clubhouse Road, a private rock road that leads to an area where a number of privately owned clubhouses line the Missouri bank of the Mississippi River.

    New York Times (April 1, 2011)
    It remains a puzzle why he might have decided one day to visit an agricultural area. Mr. McCormick did not own a car and the area is not served by buses or trains.

    Video Coverage of 1999 CSI
    Last seen alive

    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    He was last seen alive late in the afternoon of June 25 at Forest Park Hospital in St. Louis

    Alton Telegraph (July 2, 1999)
    McCormick was last reported seen alive Saturday, Belcher said.
    Criminal Record


    New York Times (April 1, 2011)
    In addition to a few misdemeanor offenses, he had been convicted of statutory rape and served about 11 months of a three-year prison sentence, the police said.


    St Clair County Court search, Search by Name & Birthday (DoB: 06/14/1958)
    05/01/1991 1 - CRIMINAL SEXUAL ASSAULT 91CF0058001 (Class 1 Felony) 11134 - BELLEVILLE CLOSED - DISMISSED
    05/01/1991 2 - AGGRAVATED CRIMINAL SEXUAL ABUSE 91CF0058002 (Class 2 Felony) 11134 - BELLEVILLE CLOSED - DISMISSED


    Missouri Court, Search by Case Number (Case #22921-03404-01)
    Charged with Sexual Assault { Felony C RSMo: 566.040 } [1]
    Sentence Date: 10/08/1993 [2]


    [1] See Missouri Code, Sexual Offenses Chapter 566 § 040
    Health, Education, and Employment

    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    McCormick, who was identified by his fingerprints, suffered from chronic heart and lung problems

    New York Times (April 1, 2011)
    Mr. McCormick lived off disability checks he received for chronic heart and lung ailments.

    Fox News (March 31, 2011)
    McCormick, who was a high school dropout who could read and write, stayed with friends and relatives in the area.

    St Louis Today (March 30, 2011)
    The FBI says McCormick's family members said he had used similar code as a secret language since his childhood and that none of his relatives knew how to decipher it.
    Residences

    New York Times (April 1, 2011)
    Detectives in Saint Charles County, where Mr. McCormick was found dead, describe him as living on and off with his elderly mother and spending much of his time on the street.

    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    Ricky McCormick, 41, who had addresses in St. Louis, Belleville and Fairview Heights

    Missouri Court, Search by Case Number (Case #22921-03404-01)
    Defendants' Address: 2852A Pennsylvania Ave, St Louis, MO

    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    McCormick had a St. Louis address, 1400 Chouteau Avenue

    Missouri Court, Search by Case Number (Case #22990-04198)
    6/24/1999 Eviction executed and possession of premises returned to plaintiff on 062199 . Sheriff fee 20.00 paid.

    Defendants' Address: 1400 Chouteau Avenue, St Louis, MO

    Alton Telegraph (July 2, 1999)
    They said they were talking to his girlfriend and family members about his activities in the days before his death.
    Friends and relatives

    St Louis Today (July 2, 1999)
    McCormick was not married, he said, but he was the father of at least four children.

    New York Times (April 1, 2011)
    The police said Mr. McCormick never married, but he had at least four children, although he appeared to have had no significant relationships with them.

    Alton Telegraph (July 2, 1999)
    McCormick wasn't married but apparently was the father of at least two children, authorities said. They said they were talking to his girlfriend and family members about his activities in the days before his death.



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    Categorized commentary...

    ... in re Post #545


    Location, disposition and identification

    The Alton news article indicates "privately owned clubhouses." What sort of clubhouses are these? What sort of activities do they sponsor? Could he have been attending an event with a someone? We also know the decomp was enough to confound CoD. And LE appears to be ambivalent wrt whether CoD was health related or foul play. And while they noted a head injury, no weapons were recovered. In other words, he may have fallen, struck his head, become disoriented and wandered to the area where died. That is, *if* he was already in the area.

    Last seen alive

    The Alton news article indicates he was last seen on Saturday and that he may have been killed later that day. Again, same question as above.

    Criminal Record

    The two sexual offense charges listed for St Claire County may not be his. Since we do not have a birth date. However, in light of the severity of the 1993 charge, the likelihooed of him being a repeat sexual offender is significant.

    Health, Education, and Employment

    Did McCormick have COPD? If so, the etiology of that particular disease leaves open the possibility that he may have been employed prior to its onset. Since he seemed to be eligible for wellfare, even if he did, he likely worked in minimum wage jobs, as social security disability benefits are based upon the amount of money an individual has paid into the system.

    Whatever the case, I wouldn't rule out any "under the table" activity. Even so, it would have to involve something that did not require physical labor due to his chronic heart/lung issues.

    Additionally, while he may be a high school dropout, that means very little with regard to his intelligence (or lack thereof). Regardless of the assumption that dropping out of High School is equivalent to illiteracy.

    Furthermore, there are no indications in any of the media or court reports to support the assertions that he had severe learning disabilities and/or was a "barely functioning" autistic.

    Residences

    From the above, it appears he lived with his girlfriend at least up through the week before his death (i.e., June 24, 1999).

    Friends and relatives

    He may have been a deadbeat dad. Or, the mother(s) may have chosen to keep his children from him. If the latter, was it due to the normal toxic breakups? Or perhaps, abuse? For example, relating to his sexual predilection toward children?

    Summary

    All in all, what little we know of the man, his history seems unremarkable. As for the "code" reflecting chemical compounds, directions, gambling data, hardware and/or automotive part numbers? Perhaps. Then again, perhaps not. After all, it is pretty normal to recognize patterns that are familiar to us. Otherwise put, a chemist will see chemical compounds, a gambler will see betting numbers, a car enthusiast will see car parts, and a cryptologist will see... ciphers. What any one of us sees however, is moot.

    The relevant question is, what patterns were familiar to him? In order to even remotely begin to identify such, we need to build a valid and reliable profile based upon hard data, as opposed to inferences arising from our own personal experiences and biases. And that would require interviewing his family and friends.

    ... or perhaps, simply making an FOIA request to the FBI.
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    Hello, Web Sleuths community.

    After waiting several days to get my account activated, I am finally able to post my first contribution. Earlier in this thread, I saw a number of people suggesting these might be bookie notes. So I have looked into that angle pretty intently, and while I can't rule that out, I feel it is unlikely.

    For starters, why write a code such as this and then include the word TOTE in plain text? Seems like any bookie keywords would be coded to avoid attention from police or others who might see the note.

    Also, while there does seem to be some logical groupings in the note that could be repetitive enough to represent a sheet listing bets, I don't feel this contains enough detail to represent a realistic betting sheet. And in this format, it would be extremely difficult to score the sheet to determine winners and losers. And this is something any bookie would want to get perfect.

    Getting past that, I looked into what sports were active during the last week of his life, and checked if I saw any correlation with the numbers in the notes. Perhaps this was a bookie's collection/payout sheet containing a summary of accounts and amounts won or lost for the week.

    Again this is unlikely, as the collections would typically take place on a Tuesday. And from the date surrounding this, it seems this note would be out of date several days later. At least if some of the notes had been collected, it seems some would have been removed, crossed out, or marked as collected. Again, bookies would be very careful about this tracking.

    More evidence to me that this is not a bookie's notes. However, taking a look at numbers and scores, I did see some possible coincidences.

    For starters, looking at his date of death and when the note would have likely been produced shortly before that, I focused in on the last week or two of June. On June 23, there was an NBA finals game between San Antonio and New York. San Antonio won 96-89. This doesn't appear to me to correlate with any numbers in the note.

    Looking at Major League Baseball scores, things get a tiny bit more interesting. On June 23, the St Louis Cardinals (local team) lost to the Houston Astros 8-4. There is an 84 in the note. However, I have not yet found any scores that match the 99 or the 52 in that same week. So make of that what you will. Maybe it's just a coincidence.

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    Taking a look at the other page of code, I saw the 71, 74, and 75 lines. And I have a different thought that I haven't seen discussed yet in this thread. (Maybe I just missed it.) This man died in the last week of June, 1999. It's entirely possible these numbers, in that context, could represent 7/1, 7/2, and 7/4 ie dates in the upcoming week. Maybe they refer to upcoming appointments.

    Taking the bookie angle again, I looked to see if there could be a sports connection. Maybe they represent upcoming games.

    (FLRSE PQSE ONDE 71 NCBE)
    Maybe this is FLR = short for FLoRida Marlins. They played an away game on 7/1. They lost 6-3.

    (PRTSE PRSE ONREDE 75 NCBE)
    Maybe this is another abbreviation he used. PRT = Pittsburgh PiRaTes. They lost a home game on 7/5 which was 5-2. Hmmm a coincidence with the 52 above.

    Finally, (CDNSE PQSE ONSDE 74 NCBE)
    Perhaps CDN was his abbreviation for the St Louis CarDiNals. They lost a home game on 7/4 17-5.

    -------

    Now to address a conspiracy theory that some MLB games are fixed or that some super genius betting group can predict scores in advance for betting, I took at look at the numbers to see if this was a sheet of betting instructions with predicted scores on the above games. What can I say? I was trying to be thorough.

    Looking at 26 MLSE 74 SPRKSE 29KCNOB,OLE 175 RTRSE
    35 GLE CLGSE UUNUTKEBKRSE PSESHLE

    We can see the 17-5 score. The other scores are close to numbers listed, but not an exact match. I don't personally feel this is likely, but just throwing it out to the community since I noticed the data.

    --------

    Forgetting sports, I also looked into the one-time pad idea proposed early in the thread. If this is a one time pad in use, that seems extremely unlikely to me. There is way too much repetition for that to be likely in my opinion. What are the odds that NCBE would terminate so many lines randomly using a one-time pad? And the repetition of WLD only seems to confirm that for me. But who knows for sure? Not me.

    I can see the thread has been most active among the car enthusiasts at this point, but wanted to share my thoughts anyway.

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    Just checked and the bus runs as far as Jamestown Mall (built in 1972)....from there, it is ~ 8 miles to the Alton Belle Casino. Was his health where he could walk that far? If so, it would put him walking close to area where body was found. Was he walking and poor health caused death? Or was he on his return route (with winnings) and met up with bad luck? Or on either pass...did he see something he shouldn't have seen? Did Alton Belle have cameras in 1999? Would be interesting to know if girlfriend had car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me3 View Post
    Just checked and the bus runs as far as Jamestown Mall (built in 1972)....from there, it is ~ 8 miles to the Alton Belle Casino. Was his health where he could walk that far? If so, it would put him walking close to area where body was found. Was he walking and poor health caused death? Or was he on his return route (with winnings) and met up with bad luck? Or on either pass...did he see something he shouldn't have seen? Did Alton Belle have cameras in 1999? Would be interesting to know if girlfriend had car.
    Eight miles is a long walk for someone with cardio/pulmonary problems, and the bridge looks pretty narrow too allow pedestrians. Also, if he was walking and died from natural causes, how did his body end up in the dense foliage beside the field road? I suppose he could've taken a bus to Jamestown and hitchhiked across the river. I've given thought to RM riding a shuttle because casinos usually offer transportation to hotels or a centralized location, like a mall. Because of the Alton Belle's location, I'd bet they offered shuttle service to downtown St. Louis. But if RM rode a shuttle, he wouldn't have ended up where he did. Unless he rode a shuttle to the casino and caught a ride when he left.

    I've also shared your thought about RM being robbed for his winnings. IMO, that would be a probable scenario considering the location of his body. The perp could've been an acquaintance, or even a friend, who watched him leave and offered him a ride. The casino would most definitely have cameras, but did LE ever look at the video to identify RM after his death? We shouldn't automatically assume the answer is yes.

    I wonder what day of the month RM received his disability checks.
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    I think the profile I did is going to be pretty close actually, the only way I used the profile in reference to cars was a line that somehow looked like work, and of course I lined it up with cars.

    He would be barely functional between heart and lung problems and autism, so when I said "High School Dropout" and "Barely Functional" and even "Illiterate" I did not mean to infer he was not intelligent, just not functioning on a normal level. I am not even sure how this guy would be classified and what he can do if the link I posted is correct is be autistic, possibly paranoid, be on medications, and have whatever other issues and still maintain a code system that operates on multiple keys that he carries in his head or are quickly available for reference.

    I find the whole scenario beyond bizarre and the victim has actual traits of a psychopath himself and maybe this is some kind deal where one fish eats another or natural order.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitehat View Post
    As for the car theory, I can tell you that this guy was certainly not jacking and chopping. I used to be huge into the import tuner life years ago. There is a certain language and if these were codes, there would be things that stand out to me. The one thing that is valued the MOST by tuners is hard to find motors. Engine codes for in-demand tuner motors would be things like SR20DET, RB30, and RB26DETT. For Toyota, you would see codes for in-demand engines such as 1JZ-GTE and 2JZ-GTE.. the 2J also existed in a non-turbo form in the Lexus IS300.

    To be honest, it has crossed my mind that this guy simply had a really bad day at the hands of fate and just happened to have this code on him. I think it's totally possible that the code is actually a bit of a distraction and the focus is actually on something else. There are some very powerful computers out there, but the human mind is far more powerful. People can network computers together, but what happens when you network the power of thousands of human minds together? If that were the case, then the FBI would be just as in the dark and simply doing what they're told to do so that a third party can observe the results with impunity, anonymity, and autonomy. Nothing about this case strikes me as FBI worthy. I may not know exactly what's going on, but I'll bet the farm that there is FAR more to it and this "case" is just smoke and mirrors.
    Would you expound on this a bit, Whitehat? Are you suggesting that we're all unwitting subjects of an unusual behavioral science study? That's crossed my mind.
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    E coli and anthrax

    Hi everyone,

    Still continuing on my first thoughts about this letter. I am not saying I am correct, but I continue to find aspects of this letter that tie together.

    My first post which was from Page 1 stated that there is a high amount of data that relates to types of E Coli. I have found on Page to references to Anthrax. Now I have learned that Anthrax is produced by using E. Coli.

    Also there was a Anthrax scare in St. Louis in Feb 1999. And the fact that one of the key suspects in the case was from St. Louis.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC98792/
    http://cryptome.org/alqaeda-anthrax.htm
    http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/Bioter/messageanthrax.html
    http://cryptome.org/is-z-hatfill.htm
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC103576/


    My problem is that I do not have enough background in Chemistry and Biology to continue to make more sence of what I see. Has anyone else looked into this angle.

    Also is has been found that some of the components of the chemical makeup of anthrax that has been mailed or used in the US has had products from SIGMA in St. Louis.

    Anyone have any thoughts on this.

    Still on the edge and trying to be different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UPPER90 View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Still continuing on my first thoughts about this letter. I am not saying I am correct, but I continue to find aspects of this letter that tie together.

    My first post which was from Page 1 stated that there is a high amount of data that relates to types of E Coli. I have found on Page to references to Anthrax. Now I have learned that Anthrax is produced by using E. Coli.

    Also there was a Anthrax scare in St. Louis in Feb 1999. And the fact that one of the key suspects in the case was from St. Louis.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC98792/
    http://cryptome.org/alqaeda-anthrax.htm
    http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/Bioter/messageanthrax.html
    http://cryptome.org/is-z-hatfill.htm
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC103576/


    My problem is that I do not have enough background in Chemistry and Biology to continue to make more sence of what I see. Has anyone else looked into this angle.

    Also is has been found that some of the components of the chemical makeup of anthrax that has been mailed or used in the US has had products from SIGMA in St. Louis.

    Anyone have any thoughts on this.

    Still on the edge and trying to be different.
    Well, only a couple ways you can really go with that. The profile indicates nothing in regards to science, and the individual profile would pretty much rule out and idealog (sic). Simply put the profile does not meet science or terrorist activity.

    That would leave the only option as plopping a code on the wrong profile, which I guess could make sense if your looking for a pound of anthrax.

    The profile fits a serial killer and portrays a victim, the translation link that I posted seems like a pretty solid call and appears to work, the only difference now would be that there is an actual cipher and the odds of him knowing his killer may have increased slightly.

    I do not know anymore really. What were his real hobbies?.

    K

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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    Eight miles is a long walk for someone with cardio/pulmonary problems, and the bridge looks pretty narrow too allow pedestrians. Also, if he was walking and died from natural causes, how did his body end up in the dense foliage beside the field road? I suppose he could've taken a bus to Jamestown and hitchhiked across the river. I've given thought to RM riding a shuttle because casinos usually offer transportation to hotels or a centralized location, like a mall. Because of the Alton Belle's location, I'd bet they offered shuttle service to downtown St. Louis. But if RM rode a shuttle, he wouldn't have ended up where he did. Unless he rode a shuttle to the casino and caught a ride when he left.

    I've also shared your thought about RM being robbed for his winnings. IMO, that would be a probable scenario considering the location of his body. The perp could've been an acquaintance, or even a friend, who watched him leave and offered him a ride. The casino would most definitely have cameras, but did LE ever look at the video to identify RM after his ? We shouldn't automatically assume the answer is yes.

    I wonder what day of the month RM received his disability checks.

    Good points...I didn't consider the bridge being to narrow for ped traffic. As far as when SSDI payments are made, on wiki answers, it says prior to 1997 that payment is on the 3rd...after 1997, it corresponds to B'day (someone posted his in this thread as 6/14/58)...so that would make payment on 4th Wed of month (6/23/99). Also, since I found an old 1999 calendar, I looked at the news reports posted. One reports him last being seen on Saturday and another reports at the hospital on 6/25/99, which was a Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UPPER90 View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Still continuing on my first thoughts about this letter. I am not saying I am correct, but I continue to find aspects of this letter that tie together.

    My first post which was from Page 1 stated that there is a high amount of data that relates to types of E Coli. I have found on Page to references to Anthrax. Now I have learned that Anthrax is produced by using E. Coli.

    Also there was a Anthrax scare in St. Louis in Feb 1999. And the fact that one of the key suspects in the case was from St. Louis.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC98792/
    http://cryptome.org/alqaeda-anthrax.htm
    http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/Bioter/messageanthrax.html
    http://cryptome.org/is-z-hatfill.htm
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC103576/


    My problem is that I do not have enough background in Chemistry and Biology to continue to make more sence of what I see. Has anyone else looked into this angle.

    Also is has been found that some of the components of the chemical makeup of anthrax that has been mailed or used in the US has had products from SIGMA in St. Louis.

    Anyone have any thoughts on this.

    Still on the edge and trying to be different.
    Do you have any links pointing at that suspect to help back up the theory?
    I have not looked at this angle but it sounds interesting. I just dont know how that would pretain to Ricky unless a suspect was in the same hospital ,working or getting treatment.

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