Scientist Tied To Anthrax Case Dies
A man who may have been the culprit in 2001's anthrax attacks apparently committed suicide this week. Bruce Ivins, 62, was a bioresearcher at the government's defense labs in Fort Detrick, Maryland. The Los Angeles Times reported that the Department of Justice was preparing a criminal indictment against him. Alex Chadwick speaks to Joe Palca about the story.
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