Originally Posted by Fahrenheit 912
Dr. Schreiber was head of the German Army Medical Corps, and in 1927, traveled to the US to meet with his American counterparts at a conference on germ warfare. At this conference, his American counterparts admitted their culpability in the Spanish Influenza outbreak of 1918.[/left]
I accept that what you have raised Fahrenheit 912 is a quite credible story, at face value at least, and I am quite prepared to give credit where credit is due.
However I still have one or two reservations.
If I may.
Firstly if the American counterparts of Dr. Schreiber admitted to having released the Spanish Flu at a germ warfare conference then isn't that the same as making the information public? Of course if the information is made public then that means everyone else hears about it as well including, in theory at least, the CIA (eventually).
My second reservation is that all the documentation supporting this story goes back to just the one individual, Heinrich Mueller. How scholarly that documentation may be does not in any way necessarily reflect upon its authenticity.