Feds: Anthrax Suspect Had Highly Purified Anthrax, Warned of Attacks

A troubled Army bio-weapons scientist was the only person responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people and injured 17 others, the Department of Justice said today. At a news conference and in hundreds of pages of court documents unsealed today, investigators said they zeroed in on Bruce Ivins, who committed suicide last week, after learning that he had custody of a batch of anthrax that had "genetic mutations" identical to the type used in the attacks. Ivins allegedly...Full Story
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