Lingering Questions Over Ivins As Only Anthrax Suspect

August 15, 2008

FBI agents continue to face lingering questions in regards to the man who they believe carried out the 2001 anthrax attacks in the U.S., Bruce E. Ivins...Boston (ChattahBox) – FBI agents continue to face lingering questions in regards to the man who they believe carried out the 2001 anthrax attacks in the U.S., Bruce E. Ivins.

Federal investigators, according to the Washington Post, were able to discover a piece of hair taken from a mailbox in Princeton, New Jersey.

The alarming aspect of this is that the hair did not match Ivins does not match Ivins, making it hard for federal investigators to actually place Ivins at the scene where the anthrax letters were sent.

Ivins sent the letters to many media outlets, as well as politicians in the U.S.

The main suspect, Ivins, committed suicide on July 29 as the FBI was set to charge him in th ecase.

The 2001 anthrax attacks resulted in 5 deaths, and 17 injuries.


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