Anthrax Killers Still On the Loose: No Case Against Bruce Ivins
Bruce Ivins did not have training or capability to make the Anthrax, nor would he have been able to attempt it undetected. The FBI's case against him is not supported by the evidence, and they have no evidence directly linking him to the attacks. After Ivins died, allegedly by committing suicide, the FBI presented circumstantial "evidence" and declared the case solved. Deborah Rudacille, in the Baltimore Examiner, gives a short history and breaks down some of the reasons Ivins could not have made the Anthrax, and why the FBI's case against him doesn't hold water.
Bruce Ivins was a cold-blooded murderer, a deranged psycho-killer, who in the fall of 2001, cooked up a virulent batch of powdered anthrax, drove to Princeton, N.J., and mailed letters loaded with the lethal mix to five news organizations and two U.S. senators.
At least, that’s what the FBI says.