“I do not have any recollection of ever doing anything like that... I can tell you, I am not a killer at heart.”

"More than eight years after anthrax-laced letters killed five people and terrorized the country, the F.B.I. finally closed its investigation of the matter on Friday. The bureau released a 92-page report adding eerie new details to its case that the attacks were carried out by Bruce E. Ivins, an Army biodefense expert who killed himself in 2008."   
- The New York Times

Read the F.B.I. report pages at the New York Times>>

Download the PDF file of the report at the New York Times>>

Still, for some people, there are doubts that Mr. Ivins was responsible. See the graphic, Military-Industrial Suspects and Contractors Linked to the Anthrax Mailings Mystery, obtained from Tetrahedron, LLC, founded by Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz.

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