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Brentwood Road Postal Facility Anthrax Case

Brentwood Road Postal Facility Anthrax Case

Last Updated: May 16, 2012

Synopsis

October 19, 2006 marks the fifth anniversary of the Brentwood Anthrax attacks in Brentwood, Virginia. In October, 2001, two United States Postal Service (USPS) workers, Joseph Curseen, Jr. and Thomas Morris Jr., died from inhalation anthrax they contracted working with mail in the contaminated Brentwood facility. Judicial Watch represented hundreds of USPS workers and a USPS workers’ support group organized as “Brentwood Exposed,” concerning all matters related to the attacks.
Click here to view the Brentwood Exposed Homepage which gives details about the anniversary ceremony on Thursday, October 19, 2006.Judicial Watch filed a complaint on December 6, 2002 for criminal investigation with the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia concerning the October 2001 anthrax contamination of the Brentwood Postal Facility. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court rejected our petition for writ of certioari on May 11, 2006.

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