Press releases and stories by public health expert Leonard Horowitz, D.M.D., M.A., M.P.H.

Wall street Journal
Bruce Ivins Wasn't the Anthrax Culprit

New York Times
Pressure Grows for F.B.I.ís Anthrax Evidence

New York Times
Anthrax Evidence Is Said to Be Circumstantial
"...The evidence amassed by F.B.I. investigators against scientist Dr. Bruce E. Ivins... was largely circumstantial, and a grand jury in Washington was planning to hear several more weeks of testimony before issuing an indictment, a person who has been briefed on the investigation said on Sunday. While genetic analysis had linked the anthrax letters to a supply of the deadly bacterium in Dr. Ivinsís laboratory at Fort Detrick, Md., at least 10 people had access to the flask containing that anthrax, said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the investigation publicly. Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation also have no evidence proving that Dr. Ivins visited New Jersey on the dates in September and October 2001 when investigators believe the letters were sent from a Princeton mailbox, the source said. In an indication that investigators were still trying to strengthen their case, F.B.I. agents took two public computers [without a warrant] from the downtown public library in Frederick last week, The Frederick News-Post reported..."

CBS News
Daschle Critical Of Anthrax Probe
Says Suicide Of Suspect In 2001 Bioterrorism Attacks Only Further Hampers Investigation

Citizens For Legitimate Government
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New York Daily News
White House officials pressed FBI to blame anthrax scare on Al Qaeda