FBI Agent Linked to Anthrax Coverup also sabotaged the FISA warrant for access to 9/11 conspirator Moussaoui's computer prior to 9/11. And was promoted and awarded for it
A group of independent experts needs to look hard at the F.B.I.’s conclusion that the mailed anthrax must have come from Dr. Bruce Ivins.
The New York Times
August 20, 2008
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An F.B.I. briefing on Monday was supposed to bolster the agency’s conclusion that a lone, disturbed bioterrorism scientist was responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people, sickened 17 others and terrified the country. It fell short of its goal.
The F.B.I. spent years pointing a finger at a different suspect. It is not enough for the agency to brush off continuing skepticism. “There’s always going to be a spore on a grassy knoll,” Vahid Majidi, the chief of the agency’s weapons of mass destruction division told reporters.
A group of independent experts needs to look hard at the F.B.I.’s technical analysis and detective work that combined to convince investigators that the mailed anthrax must have come from Dr. Bruce Ivins, a scientist at the Army’s bioterrorism lab in Fort Detrick in Maryland.