Anthrax Update: Case Solved, or Merely Closed? One Year Later

Last year, ÆtherCzar reported on growing skepticism that Bruce Ivins – fingered as the Anthrax Mailing culprit – was really guilty. Now, Noah Shachtman, writing at Wired, revisits the case and the uncertainties surrounding it with a wealth of new information and details. While the case certainly has some open questions, the abundance of circumstantial evidence remains compelling. The FBI’s summary of evidence against Ivins (released in February 2010) continues to appear convincing, particularly in the way they traced Ivins back to the Princeton origin of the mailings.

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