Friday, August 8, 2008

Anthrax case against bio-weapons expert 'staggering for lack of evidence'

Paul Kemp, Mr Ivins's lawyer, described the case as "an orchestrated dance of carefully worded statements, heaps of innuendo and a staggering lack of real evidence - all contorted to create the illusion of guilt by Dr Ivins".

Prosecutors could not place Mr Ivins in Princeton, New Jersey, where the letters were posted and there was no match between Ivins's handwriting and that found in the anthrax laden letters.

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