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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gregory Saathoff
The man responsible for the 2001 Amerithrax anthrax scare showed signs of instability for decades and should not have been given a security clearance to work in an Army research lab, a panel of scientists has concluded after a court-ordered review of his case.
"There were a number of entities Dr. Ivins felt revenge toward," said Gregory Saathoff, executive director of the Critical Incident Analysis Group at the University of Virginia and chairman of the panel, which announced its findings Wednesday at the University Club of D.C.
Dr. Saathoff said there are people familiar with Ivins who continue to stand by his innocence, but what struck the panel was Ivins' ability to compartmentalize.