Impact of Bioterrorism One of the earliest known cases of bioterrorism occurred in 1346 when the Tartars (Mongols) were besieging Caffa, a grain port on the Black Sea (present day Feodosiya in Ukraine). On October 4, 2001, a photo editor at the National Enquirers parent company was recognized as the first victim of a bioterrorism attack on American soil. Twenty-four hours later, he died from inhalational anthrax. The purpose of this case study is to research a potential biological agent or toxin that could be weaponized. Using APA format, write a 3-5 page paper summarizing the effects of biological weapons if released in the Mall of America. Your paper should discuss: ? signs and symptoms, ? incubation time, ? mode of exposure (injection, inhalation, cutaneous, etc.), ? prevention, ? treatment, ? locality impacts (weather, location, population, etc.), and ? sociological impacts.