Bruce E. Ivins

For the FBI, the case of the anthrax killer is an investigation that never seems to end.
 
Biodefense researcher Bruce E. Ivins at Fort Detrick, Md. in 2003. The scientist died July 29 in an apparent suicide as U.S. prosecutors were planning to indict and seek the death penalty against Ivins in connection with the 2001 anthrax mailings. (AP Photo)

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