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Man charged with sending hoax letters, including to Bush

A man accused of mailing hundreds of anthrax hoax letters _ including one to President Bush _ was arrested Friday, two days after he was charged with threatening the use of a weapon of mass destruction. Derek Brodie, 42, of Asbury Park, sent more than 200 of the letters, each containing a white sheet of paper with the word “anthrax” written vertically in multi-colored block letters, according to the FBI. The letters, which contained no return addresses, were sent to government agencies, media personalities, actors and actresses and businesses. Full Story

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