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.
The Wall Street Journal received more than a dozen envelopes containing an unknown white powder, and New York City police and hazardous materials crews are investigating the matter, a spokesman said. The mail was addressed to severa... Read Post
In advance of the unprecedented May Day demonstration on May 1, several banks in Manhattan received envelopes that contained a “suspicious” white powder, sending police in New York scrambling, and even causing five of Wells Fargo ba... Read Post
The New York Times reports: Envelopes containing white powder arrived at The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday morning, addressed to top editors and executives of the newspaper, stirring recollections of the anthrax mailings of 2001 ... Read Post