Bioterrorist

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Bioterrorist

A non-state person or group that uses germs and other living beings to kill, injure, or incapacitate an enemy. States that use biological weapons secretly may also be considered bioterrorists. There are numerous examples of bioterrorism dating back thousands of years. See also: Biowarfare.
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Cut to Philadelphia, where high school science teacher Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg) hears of what is initially characterized as a bio-terrorist attack.
Blake's work in developing antitoxins for bio-terrorist weapons is interrupted when she is called upon to assist in the murder investigation of a businessman dressed to look like a homeless person.
Students master the art of a quick response as university plays host to simulation of the devastating effects of bio-terrorist smallpox attack:This is the scene as healthcare professionals treat a "patient" with smallpox contracted as a result of a bio-terrorism attack.
The same knowledge and tools that will enable scientists to make great strides in cancer and heart disease can also empower a bio-terrorist to create a bio-engineered biological virus that would be much deadlier than an atomic bomb,' he added.
And there is no crime area where the police generally have as little training as they do as in preventing or responding to bio-terrorist attacks.
YET again, you are in charge of Team Rainbow, the world's most elite counter-terrorist unit, called into action and unfamiliar territory to battle a bio-terrorist threat.
The speaker's aides said the move stems from concerns that California is lagging in its preparation for a possible bio-terrorist attack.
The ministers also ''recognized the need for cooperation among member economies on the supervision of imported and exported food in order to prevent and better respond to possible bio-terrorist attacks, including attacks through toxic or hazardous material in food supplies,'' the statement says.
Those devices scan their immediate atmosphere for evidence of chemical or bio-terrorist attacks, automatically uploading their data to command centers.
Fifty-seven different medicines, diagnostic tools and other supplies are needed to respond to a major bio-terrorist attack, yet only one of those items is widely available for distribution.
Last night the Ministry of Defence would not comment on a specific bio-terrorist threat to the UK mainland.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist turned bio-terrorist mastermind Jonathan Reiss (Ciaran Hinds doing smooth low-key malevolence) is after the sphere so he can sell on its contents to the highest bidders as the ultimate biological weapon.