Forget the Joker, we are dealing with a real criminal mastermind!

Members of a hazardous materials team outside John McCain's campaign office in Centennial, Colorado. The Colorado man who sent a threatening letter and white powder to the Republican White House hopeful put his name and address on the envelope, court documents showed (AFP/Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla)
(AFP/Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla)

The Colorado man who sent a threatening letter and white powder to the Republican White House hopeful put his name and address on the envelope, court documents showed.

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0 Responses to Forget the Joker, we are dealing with a real criminal mastermind!

  1. Freida Bee says:

    And, then the FBI accused the wrong person and was only three years later about to reach a more accurate conclusion right before the right man offs himself?

    I might think something was fishy here, but in the late 80’s I suspected the government might wiretap phones, so maybe I’m just paranoid….

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  2. The key is, if you’re going to play jokes, send sugar ’cause it looks like sugar and therefore your prison sentence will be less.

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  3. I just sort of thought the whole point of that kind of thing was to cover your tracks. But maybe I’m missing it somewhere.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    So now we know what Dan Quayle has been doing?

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  5. Tengrain says:

    Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner! Bruce388 takes Park Place!

    Regards,

    Tengrain

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  6. Very Rovian. Try to get some sympathy for a candidate by sending a scary letter. In fact, I recall hearing something about Rove doing something like this in some state race. Anyone recall?

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  7. bruce388 says:

    Pissed, I remember something about Rove installing bugs IN HIS OWN OFFICE, then accusing a Democratic candidate of doing it. Very clever; he’s not just another pretty face.

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