Yesterday I read the New York Times story about Dr. Steven Hatfill, who's being investigated but has denied he had anything to do with the 2001 anthrax attacks. One of the Times reporters who wrote the story was Judith Miller.
Judith Miller's kind of an interesting person. She published a book on bioweapons that came out, and became a #1 bestseller, just about when the anthrax attacks took place. She received an anthrax letter herself -- except that letter contained a harmless powder. And in the book she acknowledges her debt to a "bioweapons mentor" who has, in the course of his reasearch, deliberately infected people with fever-inducing microbes. Oh, and she can be a bit short-tempered.
Hey, you don't think....