Justice Department Filing Casts Doubt on Guilt of Bruce Ivins, Accused in Anthrax Case

The Justice Department has called into question a key pillar of the FBI's case against Bruce Ivins, the Army scientist accused of mailing the anthrax-laced letters that killed five people and terrorized Congress a decade ago. Shortly after Ivins committed suicide in 2008, federal investigators announced that they had identified him as the mass murderer who sent the letters to members of Congress and the media. The case was circumstantial, with federal ... Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Jul. 24, 2011

Good investigative effort, which challenges an FBI story I have always had trouble believing.

If someone else did it, are they being protected?

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