Many people have also stated that they do not believe that there is a hidden message in the media letters - even AFTER all the details are explained.
Newsweek recently had an article titled "The Limits of Reason" which was subtitled "Why evolution may favor irrationality." The article explains that "humans are really, really bad at reasoning."
Instead of using reasoning to find answers, humans prefer competition. The survival of the fittest. Thus, they will try to win arguments with FORCE or ATTACKS instead of with reasoning. It's Nature's way.
"Investigators also failed to uncover other critical evidence linking Ivins directly to the letters. For instance:
No textile fibers were found in his office, residence or vehicles matching fibers found on the scotch tape used to seal the envelopes;
No pens were found matching the ink used to address the envelopes;
Samples of his hair failed to match hair follicles found inside the Princeton, N.J., mailbox used to mail the letters.
Also, no souvenirs of the crime, such as newspaper clippings, were found in his possession as commonly seen in serial murder cases.
Whats more, the FBI could not place Ivins at the crime scene with evidence, such as gas station or other receipts, at the time the letters were mailed in September and October 2001."
Another FBI fubar was redacting a line out of Ivan's email.
There's simply nothing about national security worthy of a redaction from a dead "suspect."
Anything to stop the story that foreign terrorists used a WMD on Americans...