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Author Of Anthrax Threats Pleads Guilty In Federal Case

A Connecticut man arrested in North Dakota has pleaded guilty to sending a threatening note to a New London judge in September 2010 with a substance he said was “liquid Anthrax” and mailing a hoax bomb threat that forced a post office and school to evacuate.


Suspect in Anthrax, Bomb Threats to Return to Connecticut

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Federal officials say a man charged in North Dakota with sending more than 50 death, anthrax and bomb threat letters across the country will be returned to Connecticut for prosecution within […]


Morris Man Charged with Sending Threatening Letters

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A Connecticut man accused of sending dozens of threatening letters to public officials including federal judges is in custody in North Dakota. Bismarck police told The Bismarck Tribune they arrested 43-year-old […]