Anthrax Documents Available Online! Download and Read the Anthrax Papers Here!
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The papers which underpinned the investigation into the anthrax scare and incidents of 2001 which included the death of five people, and which ultimately lead to the suicide of lead suspect Bruce Ivins last week, have not only been unsealed, but in record time they have been put on the Internet and made available to the public on the Department of Justice (DOJ) website.

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While Ivins’ lawyer has said that had his client gone to trial, he would have proven his innocence, Ivins’ own therapist, Jean C. Duley, said that Ivins was a “revenge killer” who had been diagnosed as a “sociopathic, homicidal killer” by more than one psychiatrist. (Of course, this is not necessarily at odds with his lawyer saying that he could have proven his innocence, as a) it’s always possible that he was not guilty of the anthrax killings specifically or, and more likely, b) with those diagnoses, he may well have had a “not guilty by reason of insanity” defense ready.)

The anthrax papers made available online include not only the search warrants, but the supporting affidavits which include such statements as that while in therapy, Ivins “stated that he was a suspect in the anthrax investigation and that he was angry at the investigators, the government, and the system in general. He said he was not going to face the death penalty, but instead had a plan to kill co-workers and other individuals who had wronged him. He said he had a bullet-proof vest, and a list of co-workers, and added that he was going to obtain a Glock firearm from his son within the next day, because federal agents are watching him and he could not obtain a weapon on his own.”

If you want to read it for yourself, you can [Page no longer available – we have linked to the archive.org version instead].

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