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Straight Pride Parade organizers in Boston say they were sent suspicious packages in the mail which turned out to be packed full of glitter.
Three members of Super Happy Fun America, including vice president Mark Sahady, reported receiving envelopes in the mail on Monday with no return address before calling police.
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President John Hugo called the letters 'terrorism', adding: 'We, of course, called the police, I mean why would we open something like that.
'Even if it’s nothing in it, it’s still terrorism as far as I’m concerned because obviously it’s meant to intimidate us.'
Member - Samson - Racioppi
Member Samson Racioppi was another of those said to have been targeted.
He told CBS Boston: 'I went out to my mailbox and there was an envelope in there with my name and address, no return address, the back was very heavily taped up and when I shook it I heard stuff shaking around inside.
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'And so all of these are red flags for me.
'It wasn’t powder, it was bigger than powder, it felt more granular in nature, bigger than sand. I was immediately alarmed of course. I could hear something shaking. It was probably bigger than grains of sand and I was immediately suspicious. '
Investigation - Officials - Letters - Homes - Woburn
After investigation officials say the letters sent to homes in Woburn, Salisbury and Malden via US Mail contained nothing but glitter and verses from the bible.
After calling law enforcement Racioppi's...
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