**FILE** This undated image attached to an e-mail sent Nov. 14, 2001 by Bruce Ivins shows him handling "cultures of the now infamous 'Ames' strain of Bacillus anthracis" at his lab, according to the text of the message. Federal investigators overstated the strength of the scientific evidence against a late Army researcher blamed for the anthrax mailings that killed five people in 2001, a panel of scientists said Tuesday after an 18-month review. (Associated Press)

**FILE** This undated image attached to an e-mail sent Nov. 14, 2001 by Bruce Ivins shows him handling "cultures of the now infamous 'Ames' strain of Bacillus anthracis" at his lab, according to the text of the message. Federal investigators overstated the strength of the scientific evidence against a late Army researcher blamed for the anthrax mailings that killed five people in 2001, a panel of scientists said Tuesday after an 18-month review. (Associated Press)