Anthrax suspect said he solved case

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Sept. 25, 2008

WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 UPI — Suspected Washington anthrax killer Bruce Ivins claimed to have solved the case in an e-mail message to himself, newly released court documents say.

The unsealing of hundreds of pages of material, including search warrants against the man FBI agents believed to be the sole culprit in the 2001 anthrax-by-mail attacks that killed five people, gave a clearer picture of Ivins’ behavior, The Washington Post NYSE:WPO said Thursday.

Anthrax suspect said he solved case –

h/t: CLG

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