I pulled this off LexisNexis; it's a bit old, but to the best of my knowledge it's gotten no publicity. It doesn't show up in Google, either. Read it and weep.
Analysis. By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, GIS. There is growing concern in some US counter-terrorism circles that extensive and scarce quantities of vaccines and antidotes to potential chemical and biological terrorist weapons have been wasted by their deployment to Boston for the Democratic Party national convention which began in that Massachusetts city on July 26, 2004. It is generally agreed within international counter-terrorism intelligence circles that there is no major terrorist threat to the Boston convention because the radical Islamist movements -- the al-Qaida grouping and those groups dominated by Iran -- are committed to seeing an electoral victory in the November 2004 US elections for Democratic Party Presidential nominee John Kerry and for the Democrats in Congress.
Copley's the founder of an NGO called the International Strategic Studies Association. He also edits the Defense & Foreign Affairs Handbook.