Letters containing suspicious white powder arrived in the mail rooms of Manhattan banks as well as City Hall and News Corp. today as a series of May Day protests unfolded around the city.
Labor, immigration and Occupy Wall Street activists spearheaded the protests. May 1 is known as international workers' day.
At least seven locations in New York City, primarily Wells Fargo branches, received menacing letters containing the white powder on Monday and today.
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