Suspicious letter sent to Republican Sen. Susan Collins' home

The author of the letter claimed it contained the deadly poison, Ricin.
0:26 | 10/16/18

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Transcript for Suspicious letter sent to Republican Sen. Susan Collins' home
Turning now to a big skier for Republican senator Susan Collins Collins husband received a letter. With a note saying the envelope contained the poise and rice then. Hazmat teams have and police were call to the senator's home in Bangor Maine after preliminary task Collins and her family were allowed to remain in the house. Investigators are still analyzing the letter Collins has faced increased criticism says voting to confirm Supreme Court justice Brett Cavanaugh.

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