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.
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