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* copy-cat anthrax attacks linked to FBI failure to solve 2001 anthrax case

Posted by DXer on May 28, 2009

The Baltimore News reports (5-27-09) …

  • Maryland State Police are trying to find the person behind the first anthrax scare they’ve had to respond to in nearly a year.
  • The incident happened Wednesday at a set of Maryland District Court administrative offices in Annapolis in the 900 block of Commerce Road.
  • Police said an employee at the location opened an envelope just before 9 a.m. and “When the employee opened it up, a white powdery substance came out of the envelope.
  • Employees from the court administration office and two other companies were evacuated for nearly four hours until the Anne Arundel County Fire Department tested the substance and determined that it was baking powder.
  • However, the crime will still hold serious consequences. Betts said investigations into these types of incidents are time consuming and costly.

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LMW COMMENT … I can’t help but believe that the FBI’s floundering incompetence in their failure to solve the original 2001 anthrax case has contributed to these dangerous and costly copy-cat attacks.

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