The Strain

April 2011
Wired;Apr2011, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p122
The article reports on the discovery of the strain used in the anthrax-mail attacks weeks after 9/11. Details of the investigation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that traced the strain to a flask of concentrated and pure anthrax held by U.S. Army biodefense researcher Bruce Ivins, prime suspect for the attacks, is presented. It also presents a background of Ivins who allegedly killed himself three weeks before the FBI submitted its report on August 18, 2008.


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