Unlike the global warming fraudsters' bright idea to reactivate an extinct virus that, for all they know, could become a zombie pandemic, this story is straight out of Stephen King's The Stand:
The U.S. military, stung this year for mistakenly shipping live anthrax samples, said on Thursday its labs were being investigated for possibly mishandling other organisms, including one that causes plague.
The disclosure came a week after the Army declared a moratorium on the production, handling, testing and shipment of biological agents and toxins.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement that it was trying to determine whether there were problems with record keeping and quality management or whether there were unapproved shipments. [emphases added]
"Unapproved shipments"? There's an ominous phrase if ever I've heard one. Might they also not be avidly interested in the destinations of these "unauthorized shipments" and the identities of who placed the orders for them? Inquiring minds just might want to know.
I expounded upon the "Is it an 'accident'?" hypothesis three and a half months ago. For now, we'll keep you posted as more of this story unfolds. Frankly, I can't wait to see how disastrous this "bungle" becomes.