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pipi_k Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-03-08 09:42 AM
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160. What I thought was outrageous...
that since their Main Suspect went and "committed suicide", they've pretty much washed their hands of the whole deal.

I find this disturbing.

Stephen Hatfill was a Main Suspect for a while...he successfully sued for damages. What if he had "killed himself" before he could do that? Would the case have been closed then?

Richard Jewell, the suspected Olympic Park bomber. He wasn't the guy they were looking for. What if he had "committed suicide" before he could be proven innocent? Another closed case?


So now we have this guy Ivins, who was merely a suspect, hadn't even gone to trial, much less been convicted of anything...he conveniently "commits suicide"....and the case is closed????

This whole thing STINKS.

I think there are some very sinister things beneath this anthrax deal that we may never find out...
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