But there's testimony and EVIDENCE that there was a letter.
Are you claiming there where no letters sent to ABC or CBS, because those letters were never found, either?
"Ivins had no connection to the AMI building in Florida."
Ivins didn't send the letter to the AMI building. He sent the letter to The National Enquirer in Lantana. It was a major magazine available all over the country. It was the same connection Ivins had to NBC, ABC, CBS and The New York Post. They were all large media organizations who would tell the world that they were attacked.
"What you *deny* is that anthrax is carried on cash (like rent money!) just like cocaine."
I don't deny it. I've just never seen any example of it. It's totally illogical that the entire AMI building could be contaminated by trace amounts of anthrax on money. And all the facts say the anthrax arrived in a letter that Stephanie Dailey testified she opened and threw away.
No, and we covered this in the above posts already, so you are simply killing time by repeating agitprop.
Yes, there were anthrax letters sent to ABC and CBS.
No, there was no an anthrax letter sent to the AMI building in Florida.
It's the AMI building's anthrax contamination in Florida that shows that Ivins (who had no connection to it) didn't do the anthrax attacks.
Of course, there are other ways to contaminate a building with anthrax besides in a letter.
Rent money, for example, can do the same. Anthrax sticks to paper cash just like cocaine sticks to it.
...and who was paying rent money in cash to the wife of an employee at the AMI building in Florida?
The 9/11 terrorists.