That there's so much lingering doubt about who was responsible for this indescribably consequential attack is astonishing, and it ought to be unacceptable.
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As always, great work from Greenwald, particularly in his sourcing. It's a little moralistic in certain places, but the facts are all there, and I think he's on good footing with his assessment of the implications.
From the start, it was obvious that the FBI’s case against Ivins was barely more persuasive than its case against Hatfill had been. The allegations were entirely ...