Monday, 11 August 2008

Anthrax Suspect Passed 2 Polygraphs: Handwriting Analysis also Failed to tie Ivins to Letters

Casting further doubt on the FBI's anthrax case, accused government scientist Bruce Ivins passed two polygraph tests and a handwriting analysis comparing samples of his handwriting to writing contained in the anthrax letters, U.S. officials familiar with the investigation say.

The Justice Department yesterday closed the case, announcing the late "Dr. Ivins was the only person responsible for these attacks."

According to other details in the linked article, the FBI could find no evidence at all to link Dr Ivins to the Anthrax murders. Recently it has been revealed that the FBI witness against him has a police record which diminishes the credibility of her statements- especially considering that they are unsubstantiated statements. It appears the FBI case against Ivins is a concoction.

The real suspect in the case, a man who was caught on security cameras entering the Anthrax lab after he had been fired for a racially motivated attack on a fellow employee, remains untouched.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 11th, 2008.]

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