Scientists Dispute Grade of Anthrax in Closed FBI Case

Written by on October 14, 2011 in News Flash with 0 Comments

Scientists are still debating the FBI’s conclusions 10 years after a string of anthrax attacks riddled the country.  Three of these scientists say that there is a signature of chemicals in the anthrax residue that indicate “a high degree of manufacturing skill” according to the article in the New York Times.  The FBI maintains that the bioweapon was not sophisticated.  The Journal of Bioterrorism and Biodefense will have an article in their next issue.


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