PBS Frontline, McClatchy News, and ProPublica:
Justice Department Filing Casts Doubt on Guilt of Bruce Ivins, Accused in Anthrax Case
July 18, 2011
The Justice Department has called into question a key pillar of
the FBI's case against Bruce Ivins, the Army scientist accused
of mailing the anthrax-laced letters ....
The State newspaper July 18 (page A3 in print) [Story SCRUBBED from online]
Justice Department lawyers contradict FBI findings in anthrax case
Documents: Alleged anthrax killer lacked necessary equipment
July 19, 2011
The department's latest admissions are to be part of a
forthcoming documentary by PBS Frontline, which said it was
working with McClatchy Newspapers and Pro Publica on the project.
DOJ casts serious doubt on its own claims about the anthrax attack
July 19, 2011 - Glenn Greenwald
President Obama... actually threatened to veto the entire
intelligence authorization bill if it included a proposed
bipartisan amendment (passed by the House) that would have
mandated an independent inquiry into the FBI's anthrax investigation.
Justice Department Retracts Court Filings That Undercut FBI’s Anthrax Case
July 19, 2011, 9:36 p.m
But the unusual seven-page correction, filed in federal court in
Florida, does not erase testimony from government scientists who
challenged the FBI's finding that the late Bruce Ivins was the perpetrator.
Justin Raimondo at antiwar:
What’s scary is that the real perpetrators are still out there.
Are they getting ready to strike again – and why is our own
government standing in the way of re-opening the investigation?
Just thinking about it sends a shiver down my spine.
Meryl Nass, M.D.:
This time the FBI M.O. will fail, because people are paying
close attention, since the anthrax letters are so important to
understanding recent American history.