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Detailing Evidence Against Ivins In Anthrax Case

A federal judge unsealed hundreds of pages of documents in the anthrax case Wednesday. FBI officials were expected to hold a public event later Wednesday to describe the evidence against Army scientist Bruce Ivins. He committed suicide last week before prosecutors could charge him with sending letters with anthrax through the mail in 2001. Five people exposed to the anthrax died.

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