It was the first thing I thought of when we were told there'd been no such cases since 1976. It makes me wonder if there have been other such cases that a) never got diagnosed or b) had the reports suppressed.
There was a case in Oklahoma where a perfectly healthy man (Miller?) was going to present evidence in that case that involved the Lums, Ron Brown's son and McLarty. He suddenly came down with a mysterious disease and died within a few days. Remember, if Welch had not been taken to a doctor who had military experience and knowledge of Anthrax, his poisoning would never have been diagnosed either, let alone cured.
I'm going to be off-line for some time now so if you flag me on something and I don't answer right away, that's why. I like this new system for self search because we can find posts to us even if we can't log on for several days.