Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Congressman Wants Probe Of FBI Anthrax Investigation

Cover-up king, FBI Director, Robert S. Mueller

U.S. Congressman, Rush Holt, has called for an investigation into the FBI's "botched" probe into the 2001 anthrax case that killed five Americans and made 17 others sick.

The FBI's invented science came under intense scrutiny last year, due to a number of knowledgeable scientists coming forward and calling it unverifiable rubbish. There were also discrepancies in the FBI's timeline, which made it near impossible for suspect, Bruce Ivins, to have committed the crime.

FBI agent collecting evidence, a seized computer, in another case

The Judiciary Report would like to point out the obvious, by reminding the FBI, pinning the blame on the wrong person, means the real criminal is still out there, presenting a danger to the public, emboldened by your failure to solve the case.

NJ congressman calls for probe into FBI anthrax investigation

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • March 3, 2010 - TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey congressman is calling for a congressional investigation into the government's handling of a major anthrax investigation, which was closed last week.

U.S. Rep. Rush Holt believes the FBI botched the case from 2001, when anthrax-laced letters were sent from a mailbox in Princeton...

The FBI last month closed its investigation after concluding Army scientist Bruce Ivins was responsible for the attacks. Ivins killed himself in 2008...