Suspected Anthrax Killer Was Deeply Troubled New York Times reporter Scott Shane has written a new profile of Bruce Ivins, the sole suspect in the 2001 anthrax mailings. In his article, Shane describes Ivins as an "amateur juggler" with "mental illness, alcoholism and secret obsessions with hints of violence."
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Suspected Anthrax Killer Was Deeply Troubled

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Suspected Anthrax Killer Was Deeply Troubled

Suspected Anthrax Killer Was Deeply Troubled

Suspected Anthrax Killer Was Deeply Troubled

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New York Times reporter Scott Shane has written a new profile of Bruce Ivins, the sole suspect in the 2001 anthrax mailings. In his article, Shane describes Ivins as an "amateur juggler" with "mental illness, alcoholism and secret obsessions with hints of violence."

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