Police are investigating letters that arrived at congressional offices that contained a photo of the New York Times Square military recruiting office before it was bombed and including the words "We did it."
Reportedly, this little love note has gone to at least eight Congressional offices. According to Senator Feinstein's:
"A few offices on the House side have received a letter today addressed to `Members of Congress' with a picture of a man standing in front of the Times Square recruiting station that was bombed in New York today with the statement `We did it.' He is standing in front of it with his arms spread out and he's attached his political manifesto."
Clearly this guy has a screw loose. Not so much because of the bombing, but because he's thinking that sending something to Congress will produce action
Labels: Anti-War protests, terrorism, terrorists