How'd they get the goods?
August 10, 2008 4:21 AM Subscribe
(I know you're out there). While reading this
Washpost article, I came across the following quote:
"The FBI documents based on surveillance of Ivins said he visited a public library in Frederick that evening, where he searched a Web site dedicated to the anthrax investigation and checked various e-mail accounts
How do they know that?
posted by punkbitch to Grab Bag (27 answers total)
I remember that at one point, the Patriot Act would've had us give up info on patrons (while forbidding us from revealing that we had been contacted by the feds). I mean, in the library I
worked at for 9 years our computers cleaned themselves out pretty well after each use.
So, anybody got the inside track on the Frederick, Maryland?
Is it just that the FBI is so unbelievably tech-savvy... ?
I'm being naive aren't I. I'm wasting my potential to ask a question this whole week on this...