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Documents: Bruce Ivins Sent False Samples

Wednesday, the Justice Department released documents shedding light on Bruce Ivins, the military scientist linked to the 2001 anthrax attacks. They seem to show a troubled man, who was unable to give what the FBI considered a proper explanation of why he was in the lab late at night. Ivins was sending the the FBI false samples rather than help the organization, the documents also maintain.

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