Government Case Against Bruce E. Ivins Falling apart??
Hair Samples in Anthrax Case Don't Match
Strands From Mailbox in Princeton Are Not From Ivins, Investigators Say
By Carrie Johnson
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, August 14, 2008; A02
Federal investigators probing the deadly 2001 anthrax attacks recovered samples of human hair from a mailbox in Princeton, N.J., but the strands did not match the lead suspect in the case, according to sources briefed on the probe.
In covering one of the most historic criminal investigations in our nation's history, the worst bioterrorism attack on U.S. soil, the overall tenor and quality of network reporting (as well as much of the work in mainstream print media) has been nothing short of disgraceful.
IMHO he was suicided.
can you provide a link that shows he had a legally REQUIRED autopsy?
- haywood jablomeLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
That would appear to be the case. The whole thing is fishy. Why would they not do a handwriting analysis? I live in Frederick about 3 miles from Fort Detrick and I can tell you that the local sentiment, especially among people who knew him from work, church, etc., is that he is not the guy.
- 1 decade ago
The story says that hairs in the mailbox don't match Ivins. However, they have no clue as to how in the hell the hair got in that mailbox anyway. I'll give you odds that any hair found in my mailbox most likely belongs to the mailman or a postal worker. What does that prove?
- JW.CLv 61 decade ago
Uh, isnt that the guy that killed himself a few weeks ago?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
of course it wasn't him . i totaly believe bush and cia are behind it .