Hundreds of threatening letters containing white powder sent to PRO-FAMILY GOP lawmakers
Hundreds of suspicious packages containing white powder and threatening notes have been sent to GOP lawmakers in three states where Republicans have recently passed legislation unpopular with fringe LGBT activists, such as laws protecting children from sex-change mutilations and puberty blockers.
The latest was addressed to Montana House Speaker Matt Regier, bearing exterior post markings that "follow the pattern of the other letters."
It appears that not only has the same stamp been used in a number of instances, but the names of slain or prominent transvestites have been repeatedly inscribed on the letters, reported the Wichita Eagle.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation noted that as of June 18, around 100 letters containing suspicious white powder had been received by Republican lawmakers and other public officials across the state.