ANTHRAX WAR: THE SECRET HISTORY OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE

 
 

The 2001 Anthrax bioterror attack on the United States was never solved. An FBI investigation first falsely identified Steven Hatfill as “the “anthrax killer.” He forced a $5.8 million settlement, and was exonerated. FBI then asserted on August 6, 2008, that a “lone technician”, Bruce Edward Ivins, who “overdosed on Tylenol” on July 29, was “solely responsible.” Many have never accepted that idea. Now, at the 20th anniversary of that attack, journalist/investigator Bob Coen joins a panel to reevaluate that now-almost-forgotten set of events

 

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