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Reply #23: I'm curious about the fascination at DU with proving Ivins's innocence. [View All]

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Buzz Clik Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-14-08 02:19 PM
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23. I'm curious about the fascination at DU with proving Ivins's innocence.
We're all skeptical about the FBI's obsession with proving that someone in his lab is the guilty party because of their past error. But, knowing that the anthrax in question very likely originated from that lab, isn't it quite possible that Ivins is, indeed, guilty?

Please don't repeat the holes in the FBI's case -- I've read all of it. I'm just fascinated why it is that DU is so convinced that he couldn't possibly have done it.

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