Breaking:Two McCain Offices Receive Envelopes With White Powder, Threat; Seven Examined at Medical Center
UPDATE: In Colorado, Fox 31 reported: "Preliminary tests indicated the substance was not hazardous and sources tell FOX 31 the return address on the envelope was from an inmate in Arapahoe County who has a history of making threats."
That's good news.
UPDATE: CNN has just put up a banner, but no story, about the envelopes, calling it a "developing story" with information to come later. They should read Now Public!
Fox 31 in Denver has video of the situation at the Denver office after John McCain campaign offices received threats and white powder in envelopes this afternoon. Note: Click on the sentence that says "John Romero reports" to access video. It's not quite clear from their layout if that sentence refers to this story or the one noted above it, about the DNC.
Seven people at the Colorado office were examined at a medical center.
Two John McCain campaign offices received envelopes containing an unidentified white powder and a threatening note Thursday afternoon.
Spokesman Jeff Sadosky told FOX News that the first letter was found in the Denver office at about 5 p.m. ET. Another was found in the Manchester, N.H., office more than an hour later.
Update: while haz mat teams secure the Colorado office, officials now say they aren't sure if the NH threats came with powder in the envelope.