Victims and Family React to FBI Anthrax Briefing
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Victims and Family React to FBI Anthrax Briefing

Even though the FBI brought anthrax victims and family members to Washington for a briefing Wednesday, not all of the family members and postal workers who were exposed to the deadly virus are satisfied with the explanation that Bruce E. Ivins acted alone.Video by Hamil Harris/The Washington Post

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