To: All Health, Vaccine, GWS, Patriot, Biowarfare, CIA and Goverment Observers
From: Dr. Len Horowitz President, Tetrahedron, LLC Incorporated
Topic: Larry Harris, Biological Attack, and Psychological Warfare on America
Numerous questions have arisen regarding Larry Harris’s credibility and his predictions and prescriptions for biological warfare aimed against the United States and our people. I am extremely suspicious of Larry Harris for at least six reasons:
1) Mr. Harris is virtually practicing medicine without a license on a public health scale as he has recommended that people go out and buy antibiotics to be taken at the first sign of trouble. I am not opposed to stockpiling and refrigerating antibiotics as a preventive measure, but before treatment is initiated, diagnosis is critical. Many antibiotic resistant strains of bioweapons have been produced making one’s choice of antibiotic moot in the absence of laboratory analysis.
Moreover, on occasion, Mr. Harris has prescribed antibiotic dosages that may leave many people suffering from nerve damage or other illnesses. The correct human dose of tetracycline is 250 to at most 500 milligrams per day for ten to fourteen days. One gentleman personally informed me he was instructed by Mr. Harris to take three times that dose for a month–clearly a toxic prescription.
2) Mr. Harris has been called by some “a fraud” and others an “expert scientist.” Wherein lies the truth?
Months ago I was sent Mr. Harris’s resume’ along with portions of his book. I was unimpressed. The many spelling and grammatical errors found clearly reflected an educational and professional deficit. I’m reminded of the phrase “real men don’t eat quiche.” Real scientists know their publications, particularly their curriculum vitaes, are a measure of their professional integrity. Legitimate scientists would be aghast to have such a mistake-laden reflection of their work circulating.
Likewise, the poor content in Mr. Harris’s audio and video presentations, as discussed below, reflects a possibly sincere laboratory technician, and superficially credited microbiologist, but not a highly or even well-credentialed man of science, health, or bioweapons research.
3) Mr. Harris alleges to have been a CIA agent with CDC bioweapons laboratory experience. CIA agents have been known to be notoriously unreliable and sources of counterintelligence propaganda. If Mr. Harris’s connections to the CIA are true, and I don’t doubt Mr. Harris’s sincerity in believing his reports and CIA connections are, then given the nature of his information, and the social/political context in which it is being disseminated, I must conclude Mr. Harris is being used by elements within the CIA as a counterintelligence propagandist.
Case in point, weeks ago when Associated Press announced Mr. Harris’s guilty plea to fraud charges, it was predictable this would further endear Mr. Harris in the hearts and minds of many people on the political right and well as anti-government groups. It was likewise predictable Mr. Harris would then be additionally useful in discrediting certain “fringe” elements who favored him or his arbitrary health and safety prescriptions. As the attachments show, this has all come to pass.
Regardless of Mr. Harris’s personal intent, he is now functioning as a tool for propagandists, and the public should be forewarned.
4) Mr. Harris recently pleaded guilty of fraud in a plea bargain regarding the illegal storage and transportation of pathogenic microorganisms. Had Mr. Harris been a legitimate scientist, he might have arranged to have his experimental material shipped more safely and legally.
5) The story of Mr. Harris’s friend “Miriam,” a Muslim woman who, along with alleged allied terrorists, are preparing to release bioweapons on American populations, entirely self-incriminates Mr. Harris.
First, this story is consistent with another CIA affiliate and government propagandist, best selling author Tom Clancy who, in his recent book, presented the same thesis as Harris.
Next, Mr. Harris’s expressed personal knowledge of “Miriam” includes granting her a three-day head start to “get away” from federal authorities. If this were true, then Mr. Harris would be guilty of treason, and aiding and abetting in a conspiracy that, according to Harris, may kill well over 150 million Americans. Is it reasonable to give trust to a man who gives such a terrorist three days to escape thus jeopardizing the continent of North America and beyond?
Furthermore, as advanced by pharmacist, attorney and biowarfare researcher Lawrence Joyce in “Lessons From Dugway” [(773) 286-7986], it would be counter intelligent for Muslim terrorists to perform as Mr. Harris alleged. In Joyce’s well considered words, “you can get more bang for the buck by getting the world’s largest economic and military power to concede to your demands than you can by destroying it. After all, you can’t control and manipulate dead people, and you gain no power by gaining control over a wrecked economy; you gain power by dictating the course of the lives of people who are part of a strong economy. The tail will always jump at the chance to wag the dog.”
Joyce details additional reasons why a Harris scenario is counterproductive and unlikely for terrorist organizations. Moreover, common sense would tell you that even Muslim hate/extremist groups would not be inclined to attack urban areas of the U.S. wherein the vast majority of their support emanates.
My research indicates Americans, and others worldwide, are at far greater risk of bioweapons attack by a rogue element within our own CIA than from anyone else. This must be understood in light of America’s principle national security interest (and clearly articulated motive)– population control, the purveyors of which now focus on reducing the U.S. population by approximately 125 million, and they have the means to do it.
The world’s leading biotechnology laboratories and chemical and biological weapons (CBW) contracting firms are ours, including institutions such as Merck, Sharp & Dohme, Litton Industries, Dow Chemical, and others. As documented in “Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola–Nature, Accident or Intentional?“[Toll free (888)-508-4787], the insidious nature and international extent of the military-medical-industrial bioweapons complex is shocking to say the least.
It should be recalled that the Bush administration supplied Sadam Hussein with military and biological armaments up until two weeks before our vets, now many ailing from Gulf War Syndrome (GWS), invaded Kuwait. U.S. Government celebrated and promulgated vaccines, some produced by Tannox Biomedical Systems, co-owned by Bush’s Secretary of State James Baker III, continue to plague our vets and jeopardize the public’s health while federal authorities turn a blind eye to the true hazards of deadly vaccine contaminations being given even today to America’s children.
Thus, Mr. Harris’s and other propagandists’ blaming political enemies, and the victims of biological attacks (as was recently the case when parents were blamed for not getting their children vaccinated in lieu of a hepatitis A outbreak associated with U.S. Government produced and distributed contaminated desserts, or decades ago gay men and Black Africans were blamed for initiating the AIDS epidemic, when contaminated vaccines were more plausibly the cause) is convenient chicanery, insulting to all who see through the ruse. Unfortunately, too few do.
And with more and more conflicting messages being passed by people like Mr. Harris, or his handlers, it becomes harder and harder to see the forest of legitimate threat through the trees of disinformation and counterintelligence propaganda.
6) Mr. Harris has also endorsed certain antibiotics, including colloidal silver, and certain manufacturers and distributors of these products. I believe that this is a questionable and perhaps unethical practice. Though I too favor proven safe and effective doses of alternative therapies for specific illnesses, I have yet to read one convincing scientific report to substantiate Mr. Harris’s claims regarding colloidal silver as a universal antibiotic and antiviral. Clearly more research needs to be done in this area.
In one advertisement on short wave, Mr. Harris was said to have found colloidal silver effective against 600 different types of microorganisms. By 1970, the World Health Organization and domestic biological weapons establishment had “isolated” more than 70,000 different strains of viruses alone. Moreover, Mr. Harris’s promoters have recommended daily use of this antibiotic without citing its undesirable effects on the normal intestinal flora. All of this at the time the FDA–America’s medical mafia–is threatening to regulate colloidal silver and other potentially useful, low risk and cost alternatives to expensive and toxic, but patentable pharmaceuticals. Here again, Mr. Harris is playing right into the hands of our shadow governors, pharmaceutical industry barons, and their propagandists.
In concluding my remarks re: Larry Harris, I would urge caution in matters concerning public health and biological warfare as articulated by him. He may well be, as he claims to have been, an agent for the CIA, though much of his information appears to be counter intelligent in nature.
I have no doubt that we will have increasing numbers of small to medium size outbreaks of infectious microorganisms like E. coli 157, flesh eating bacteria, meningococci, new viruses like AIDS, Ebola, Hanta, hepatitis C, and others that CIA bioweapons contractors investigated (if not developed), and further dispersed, during and after “Project: MKNAOMI,” that are now associated with widespread illness. These outbreaks will parallel rising mortality rates from virus-linked soft tissue cancers, including prostate, breast, and lymphomas, and from increasingly common exposures to various chemical and environmental pollutants and manmade toxins. Some, if not most of these exposures will be intentionally and covertly administered such as the recent CBS News televised spraying of the human carcinogen malathion (and possibly additional toxins) from black helicopters over South Florida and Miami beach (allegedly to counter a fruit fly infestation). Such activities and exposures may well serve a clearly articulated and well documented population control agenda now targeting the United States population as others have been targeted in years past.
Moreover, the mainstream news media will continue to ignore, and in many cases, obscure the facts.
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US NEWS & WORLD REPORT ON LARRY HARRIS
The new terror fear: biological weapons Detecting an attack is just the first problem
BY NICHOLAS HORROCK
America is stepping up preparations to cope with biological warfare. This month, at undisclosed locations in Denver, medical and weapons experts will begin to assess the city’s ability to contend with terrorists using biological, radiological, or chemical weapons of mass destruction. Denver is the first of 120 cities where federal authorities will evaluate emergency capabilities under a $42.6 million Domestic Preparedness Program that is the largest civil defense initiative since the Cold War. This program begins two weeks after the Pentagon granted the first contract in a possible $400 million program to develop a detection system to sniff out deadly airborne microbes spread by an enemy.
Three events have created the new urgency: Iraq deployed missiles bearing anthrax germs, botulinum (a toxin that spreads the deadly disease botulism), and aflatoxin (a poison derived from mold) during the 1991 Persian Gulf war, and its biological weapons program continues, according to intelligence experts; a 1995 Tokyo attack in which the cultlike terrorist group Aum spread nerve gas in the subway system killing 12 people; and a little publicized conviction in Ohio last month of a microbiologist named Larry Wayne Harris, who pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining bubonic plague cultures. Harris, who has ties to right-wing groups, was sentenced to 18 months probation and community service. The plague cultures were obtained by Harris with such ease that in 1996 Congress tightened laws on commerce in deadly biological materials to make sure they were ordered for legitimate medical and scientific purposes.
Poor man’s nukes. The CIA now says Iraq has been joined by North Korea, Iran, Libya, Syria, and even China in the quest to make biological weapons. Their motive is simple: Biologicals are cheaper and easier to make than nuclear or chemical weapons, and they can be equally as devastating. The U.S. Office of Technology Assessment once estimated that a small private plane, with 220 pounds of anthrax spores, flying over Washington on a clear, windless night, could trail an invisible, odorless mist that would kill between 1 million and 3 million people.
However, retired Army Col. Karl Lowe, an arms-control expert, argued in a recent essay that it would be very hard for terrorists to carry off a biological attack. Many biologicals can be dissipated by wind or rain, or must be ingested in such enormous amounts as to make their use as a weapon of mass destruction impossible.
Though difficult to execute, a biological attack would be virtually impossible to detect in its early stages. “Ideally we would like to develop a detection system using something remote, like a laser beam that could detect and identify a biological agent at standoff distances,” says Assistant Defense Secretary Harold Smith. But that prospect is years away, so the Pentagon is trying to develop a “point detector” that could be mounted on a remote-controlled vehicle. It should be able to sniff air samples and determine within 15 minutes whether any of 26 dangerous agents are present, according to Brig. Gen. John Doesburg, whose command awarded the first contract for such a vehicle last month.
The best detector now is a Humvee mounted with what appears to be a small Hansel and Gretel house with three chimneys, named in the Army’s cumbersome fashion the Biological Integrated Detection System, or BIDS. The problem with BIDS is that it takes two persons to operate, requires 30 to 45 minutes to identify biological agents (an eternity in combat), and can simultaneously identify only four. Next year, DOD will field a temporary improvement, the Air Base/Port Biological Detection system, at bases in two areas of high tension, like South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
On the civilian side, a law passed last year requires DOD to go beyond troop protection and assist in civil defense. An incident in Washington, D.C., last month added urgency to the effort. The headquarters of the B’nai B’rith, the national Jewish service organization, received a package with a threatening note and the laboratory words for anthrax on it. It turned out to be harmless, but had anthrax been loose in Washington’s downtown, U.S. readiness would have faced the supreme test.
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Date: Mon, 14 Jul 1997 11:20:33 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Update On Larry Wayne Harris – Direct From The “Horse’s Mouth”
I logged off the internet at 2:30 am and logged back on at 6:30. I had about 20 messages, most of whom had to do with Mr.Harris. I read them all quickly and then had to take my wife to the airport.
On the way back, I called Mr. Harris and confronted him with the allegations raised by the Medical Corps and the Montana Militia.
Here is what he told me:
1. The Medical Corps consists of a single former medical corpsman with absolutely no credentials other than his military training. He makes his living selling used Army manuals to the militias.
2. The Montana Militia issued their statement based solely on the basis of information they received from the “Medical Corps”. They knew him apparently from manual deals in the past. BTW, did you notice the thinly veiled threats in the MM information?
3. Mr. Harris is forwarding me the phone numbers of a group of scientists, doctors, etc. which can back up his dosage recommendations. I will check these out and get back to you with further information.
4. The dosage recommendations of the “Medical Corps” will be insufficient to fight off the disease and people could die from undermedication as opposed to statements of the “Medical Corps” that people would die from overmedication if they followed Mr. Harris’ recommendations.
I think at this point, it is well established that Mr. Harris is an expert in this area (Remember that the original disinformation was that he was a septic tank inspector and that he had no lab).
I think if the above information is correct, there can be no reliance placed on the statements of the Medical Group and Montana Militia statements based on information received from the Medical group.
I think it is also clear that something is wrong with the statements about the charges against him which have appeared in various e-mails. If he really had gotten these biological agents and had no legitimate use for them, do you think he would be walking around now? (Yes, I used the wrong term (Blue Law) but I think it was clear what I was talking about.)
It is clear from former Senator Nunn’s statements that it was not a matter of “if” an attack would occur, it was only a matter of when. Therefore, this is not a matter of whether or not the threat is real. IT IS. The only question is WHEN the attack will occur. My point has been from the beginning that we should get ready NOW. Then if the attack is later, we will still be prepared.
I am not sure I mentioned this earlier, but among items faxed by Mr. Harris is a copy of a fax to the Governor of Arizona regarding Marshall Law exercises about to be conducted in Phoenix. It also indicates that these exercises are about to be declared in several other states. There also was a press release indicating that on May 28th a convoy of 100 trucks, etc. were deployed to Phoenix.
He also sent a copy of a document entitled “The Economic Impact Of A Bioterrorist Attack: Are Prevention and Postattack Intervention Programs Justifiable. This report was issued in the Spring Quarter 1997 issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases and were written by three people from the CDC.
I also received an e-mail stating that this possible attack could not be real because we would have no warning if it was real. I totally disagree. The information was not released by the parties involved but was discovered through various incidents. There is no absolutely no guarantee that this will happen. However, the probability IMHO is high. I would rather have egg on my face than anthrax up my nose. Note that there has been massive and instantaneous disinformation. If this was purposefully planted or sent, you can only conclude that someone is trying to confuse us and get us to stop paying attention to this issue.
I also want to make it perfectly clear that I do not think that the Iranians/Iraqis/Etc. are in this alone. They were either intentionally provoked by the Conspiracy or they have recruited these people to do their dirty work. One thing is clear. There HAS to be a reason why those people hate us so much. That reason has NEVER been fully covered in the media.
I hope this helps you sort out fact from fiction.