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Pennsylvania woman gets 30 months in prison for mailing fake anthrax

A woman who participated in mailing 17 anthrax hoax letters – including two to President Bush – was sentenced Monday to 30 months in prison, officials said. The letters containing a white, powdery substance were mailed to local, state and federal officials at the height of the anthrax scare in fall 2001, authorities said. Rosemary Zavrel, 59, and Emily Forman, 27, mailed the letters and used two juveniles’ names as the senders, seeking revenge for threats against Zavrel’s son, U.S. Attorney Thomas A. Marino said. Full Story

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