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Mabus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-15-08 09:47 AM
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65. The envelopes were taped
and the postage was pre-printed on the envelope.

I wouldn't expect for them to get usable prints or DNA from a public copier either. However, you'd think the location of the copy machine would be an important piece of the puzzle. Was it located in a Princeton library that students are more likely to use it, a Kinko's in Newark or a grocery store in Seacaucus?

Think about it, if Ivins was spending his days at work and popping in and out of the lab to check on his experiments, when did he have time to drive to New Jersey and make copies of the letters? Did he make two drives, one for each letter, or did he copy both letters at the same time? Did he write the letters, take them to New Jersey to copy them and then bring them back to prepare the envelopes? Did he prepare the envelopes and then make the copies on his way to mailing them? No matter how you look at it, at some point, the FBI would have to connect Ivins to the copier. Otherwise, there is no case.
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