Scientists Slam FBI Anthrax Probe

“It was an open-and-shut case, the FBI said.

But three months after agents pinned the post-9/11 anthrax mailings on Army scientist Bruce Ivins – who committed suicide as the FBI closed in on him – his former colleagues have approached a lawyer to sue the feds for fingering the wrong man, The Post has learned.

They argue that the FBI abused its power and violated its own policies as they probed an innocent man for six months.

One of Ivins’ former colleagues was being aggressively pressured to confess to the crimes just two months before Ivins killed himself on July 29, he told The Post. And he identified at least one other employee who was under the same pressure.” (Read more from

Just like so many other great crimes (9/11) which once held the public attention, the official account of the Anthrax attacks has never made sense to the few people who pay attention. Fortunately for the FBI, Big Media does not.

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