White Powder Letters Alarm Banks and Companies In May Day Protests

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. "This is a reminder that you are...Full Story
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