- State postal workers call for anthrax update
Postal workers from Connecticut are asking for an update on the six-year-old
FBI investigation of the anthrax attacks that killed two postal workers. WNPRâ€™s Nancy Cohen reports.
In 2001 five Americans died after being exposed to anthrax. They included two Washington DC postal workers and an elderly Connecticut woman. A postal facility that processed her mail was contaminated with anthrax spores. Six months ago the American Postal Union asked then Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to brief Congress on the FBI investigation of the attacks, but didnâ€™t get a reply.
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