Documents were unsealed Wednesday related to the case of the Army scientist was being investigated by the FBI in connection with the anthrax attack in 2001 that killed five and unsettled an entire nation.
According to the documents, Bruce Ivins, right, had custody of purified anthrax spores that had "certain genetic mutations identical" to the anthrax used in the attacks.
Ivins killed himself a week ago, reportedly as the federal government was readying an indictment against him. Family and friends of the scientists have leveled accusations against the FBI, saying its investigation amounted to stalking the scientist.
You can read more here about why the FBI targeted Ivins.
-- Lance Murray