By Anna Von Reitz
I have already had a lot of interesting replies. Most people are trending toward thinking that the 2019 shut down of the germ warfare unit was limited to that and that it was, as stated, the result of undescribed security issues.
Hmm.... well, that may be, or maybe that was just our guys securing a stockpile of germs for use in Special Ops and False Flags --- which is my calloused presumption.
Breach occurs in August 2019.
Shortly thereafter, Covid 19 appears.
But even though a security breach at Fort Detrick may well be the back up cover story to explain how all these germs are all of a sudden getting loose and popping up all over since 2019---- there was money involved. Lots of it. And transfer of ownership rights.
The form of that money may have been cash or credit or even a simple debt reduction agreement, but it's there. And it involved services as well as goods.
So who bought Fort Detrick remains the question.
For all I know, it may have been one of the other military organizations or allied organizations. It might be DOD who swapped debts for it, and everyone trusted DOD--- or pretended to.
And whoever gained that interest in Fort Detrick is at the bottom of this rat pile.
It may be as simple as a new custodial arrangement whereby new property managers came online a year or so prior to the security breach.