http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A10591-2003Jul31.html Lab tests of soil samples taken from a Frederick, Maryland, pond that the FBI drained in June have shown no traces of anthrax bacteria, law enforcement sources told the Washington Post. The FBI spent about $250,000 and three weeks draining 1.45 million gallons of water from the pond in a search for evidence -- including clothing and soil samples -- that might lead to the culprit who sent the deadly anthrax bacteria in the mail that . . .
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