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Banks Received “White Powder” Envelopes In Time For Occupy’s May Day Insanity

Occupy Wall Street is claiming this incident has nothing to do with the Stink Everything Up movement. Nobody is buying that (CBS News) Police say the white powder contained in several envelopes that were mailed to various bank branches in New York City turned out to be non-toxic. Police say seven envelopes were sent Monday to several Wells Fargo branches, a JP Morgan Chase branch and an office building.
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