Gov't: Ivins 'Sole Suspect' in Anthrax Case
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Gov't: Ivins 'Sole Suspect' in Anthrax Case

Army scientist Bruce Ivins 'was the only person responsible' for anthrax attacks in 2001 that killed five and rattled the nation, the Justice Department said Wednesday, backing up the claim with dozens of documents all pointing to his guilt. Video by AP

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