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The U.S. Justice Department claims it could have proven without a doubt that Dr.Bruce Ivins,a microbiologist at U.S. Army bio-defense facility in Fort Detrick, Maryland was responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks. Dr Ivins committed suicide last week. An update on the latest developments in the anthrax investigation.
- Marilyn Thompson Investigative journalist, Washington Post and author of "The Killer Strain"
- Leonard Cole Adjunct professor of political science and author of "The Anthrax Letters: A Medical Detective Story
- Dr. Claire Fraser-Liggett Professor of medicine and microbiology and director of the Institute for Genome Sciences at the University of Maryland
- Dr. Jeffrey Adamovicz Friend, colleague, and former supervisor of Dr. Bruce Ivins
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