Another Threatening Letter At Gov. Malloy\’s Office; Fourth Floor of State Capitol Monday

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Capitol police, state police, and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection investigators responded to a report Monday of a letter containing a \”green, granular substance\’\’ at the state Capitol. Workers in hazmat suits entered a small room on the fourth floor of the Capitol building where Gov. Malloy\’s office of constituent services is located. The envelope was opened by a state trooper in the governor\’s security detail at about 2:08 p.m. No injuries were immediately reported. Here\’s video from Chris Keating:

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9 thoughts on “Another Threatening Letter At Gov. Malloy\’s Office; Fourth Floor of State Capitol Monday

  1. Sharpshooter

    Another threating letter …another reason to go back to Washington…I don’t like his present haircut…looks like Obama is grooming him for something…

  2. America Is Dying

    Boy, 4, kills himself with father’s stolen gun

    A suspected drug dealer has been arrested for the death of his 4-year-old son who Houston authorities say picked up his father’s gun and shot himself.

    Police determined the gun had been stolen in a burglary two years ago.

    Twenty-year-old Marquiez Deshon Pratt is being held Monday under $50,000 bond on charges of injury to a child by omission and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. A court appearance is set for Tuesday.

    Investigators say Pratt was asleep Sunday when his son, Jaiden, picked up the .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol that was nearby and shot himself in the stomach.

    Pratt was outside his apartment when police arrived, handed the boy to officers and ran back inside. Police who chased him found marijuana, crack cocaine, scales and other items.

  3. Green3nergy

    LOL. This is hysterical. Malloy should be scared. He’s done nothing to benefit this state. The sooner he’s gone, the better!

  4. Connecticut is Dying Too

    Despite the dissatisfaction of many (including me) with the Governor’s policies, there is no room or excuse for anyone trying to do personal harm to him. Its just wrong and its not the way we do business in this country.

    1. Richard

      On that we agree. People need to learn to vent on message boards. Sending powder is so pathetic when you can express all your anger at Dan Malloy in a blog comment that no one ever reads :). What’s wrong with people? Don’t they know the real meaning of futility?

    2. bill

      That is one thing we can agree with. I may make some harsh remarks. but I know it is only online gibberishness and it ends where it begins. but I sure do like the give and take, Common sense.

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