Skip to comments.Wife's tip led FBI to man [left-wing nut] held in Congress threats
Posted on 03/14/2012 11:25:59 AM PDT by matt1234
A Vancouver, Wash., man accused of sending letters containing white powder to members of Congress fell under FBI scrutiny after his wife told an officer that he laced the envelopes with a mixture of celery salt and corn starch.
The FBI focused on Christopher Lee Carlson, 39, after a Vancouver police officer told them about a March 4 interview she had with Carlson's wife about Carlson's recent emotional turmoil, The Oregonian reported.
The sender wanted an "end to corporate money and `lobbying,'" an end to corporate "personhood" and a new constitutional convention. The Associated Press obtained a copy of a letter.
Carlson's mother, Rose Hatch, and his stepfather, Bryce Hatch, described him as extremely bright, The Oregonian reported. But they said he had a somewhat contemptuous view of politicians and was disappointed that President Obama had not lived up to his high expectations.
(Excerpt) Read more at mynorthwest.com ...
I’m 100% SURE this will be leading the NBC Evening News tonite, right???
Sounds like a dem to me.
I thought Zero’s mom had died. Thanks matt1234.
...he had a somewhat contemptuous view of politicians and was disappointed that President Obama had not lived up to his high expectations.Obviously a racist, so must be a Tea Party extremist.
The sender wanted an "end to corporate money and `lobbying,'" an end to corporate "personhood" and a new constitutional convention.Keep this in mind as you read in certain FR topics. ;')
Commies are not extremist! Tea Party grannies and Vets are the real domestic terrorists we gotta watch out for!/s/
The best campaign finance reform is restoring the constitution. The less power and money to sell, the less corruption.
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