The Anthrax Case
According to this article in CNN, the government is about to close the Anthrax case. The incredibly (and I mean that literally) convenient suicide of Bruce Ivins made it all possible.
Does this attitude make me a conspiracy theorist? I hinted at it in my other post about this. Maybe it’s like that old joke: “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not really out to get you.”
The LA Times reports on the emotional state of Ivins:
Details of Ivins’ disturbed emotional state, including his possession of firearms and a makeup kit and his obsession with a sorority, were presented Wednesday as the Justice Department explained — first to those directly affected by the anthrax attacks, then to the public at large — the government’s case against him.
I’m going to apologize to my gun advocate friends. That’s the LA Times saying, “possession of firearms and a makeup kit” constitute evidence of his emotional disturbance. Even to me that sounds a little crazy, but I guess the whole point is the guy was really nutty, was indeed responsible for the anthrax attacks and in the end killed himself. There goes another conspiracy theory.