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TUCSON, Ariz., Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Federal officials claim that the U.S.
By Lara Jakes Jordan and Matt Apuzzo Associated Press WASHINGTON -- The murder weapon was a flask.
By Donna Leinwand, Ken Dilanian, Steve Sternberg and Dan Vergano WASHINGTON -- On several nights before the anthrax attacks in September and October 2001, bioweapons scientist Bruce Ivins repeatedly spent long periods alone in a secure laboratory that housed a strain of the lethal bacteria.
Seven years after the probe started, the FBI is said to be ready to go public with documents and explanations about its investigation into the fatal anthrax attacks that still has no definitive culprit.
Survivors of the 2001 anthrax attacks and relatives of those killed by the deadly powder said yesterday that they want a full accounting from the FBI of its investigation to date, and they are not yet convinced that Bruce Ivins, the government scientist who killed himself last week, was responsible.
By Lara Jakes Jordan and Matt Apuzzo Associated Press WASHINGTON -- His decades-long obsession with a college sorority may link a former Army biowarfare scientist to four anthrax-laced letters dropped off at a New Jersey mailbox in 2001, authorities said Monday in the latest twist of one of the most bizarre unsolved crimes in FBI history.
By Scott Shane The evidence amassed by FBI investigators against Bruce Ivins, the army scientist who killed himself last week after learning that he would probably be charged in the anthrax letter attacks of 2001, was largely circumstantial, and a grand jury in Washington was planning to hear several more weeks of testimony before issuing an indictment, a person who has been briefed on the investigation said.
By Lara Jakes Jordan Associated Press WASHINGTON -- DNA taken from the bodies of people killed in the 2001 anthrax attacks helped lead investigators to Bruce Ivins, who oversaw the highly specific type of toxin in an Army lab, a government scientist said Sunday.
MIAMI - Those who lived through the deadly 2001 anthrax mailings at a South Florida media company said yesterday's news that a government researcher suspected in the attacks had killed himself came as a surprise and relief.
By Luther Turmelle and Michelle Tuccitto Sullo, New Haven Register, Conn. Aug.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.