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From: Otis Willie
Subject: FBI Adds Agents in Anthrax Probe
Organization: The American War Library
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 17:47:27 EDT
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 21:47:27 GMT
FBI Adds Agents in Anthrax Probe
(EXCERPT) Sun Sep 1,12:43 PM ET
BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) - The number of FBI ( news - web sites) agents
and scientists investigating the quarantined former headquarters of
The National Enquirer increased on Sunday as they searched for clues
in last fall's anthrax attacks.
The largest team of investigators since the operation started at
American Media Inc.'s offices entered the building Sunday morning and
planned to work for 12 hours, police officer Jeff Kelly said.
Officials wouldn't say exactly how many people were inside the
building or if any evidence had been found since crews wearing
protective "moon suits" re-entered the building Friday for the first
time since the contamination last fall.
The investigation is to continue until Sept. 11.
The teams hope to find a letter or package that carried the anthrax
bacteria into the building and fatally infected photo editor Bob
Stevens. FBI investigators also want to compare anthrax spores with
spores found in letters sent to the Washington offices of Sens.
Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Tom Daschle of South Dakota.
Stevens was the first of five people who died nationwide during the
spate of bioterrorist attacks. Another American Media worker became
ill and was hospitalized more than three weeks.
AMI, which publishes six supermarket tabloids including the Enquirer,
Globe and Weekly World News, moved its headquarters after the Oct. 7
federal quarantine to offices less than a mile away.
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