Friday, January 7, 2011

Package Addressed to Napolitano Ignites at D.C. Postal Facility Day After Maryland Scare

These are the type of things that happen when the government encourages citizens to turn against other citizens. Eventually someone will get tired of the government overstepping their bounds. It has been a pattern of behavior in this administration. Remember when obama and his gang of thugs put up a website encouraging people to "tell on" those who were bad mouthing obamacare? We do not live in saddam hussein's iraq, we live in the United States of America. We are free people and we will continue to be free even if it means taking our government back from those who have stolen it and our rights.

The person or persons who sent these packages is obviously sick of the intrusions into our lives that napolitano and the entire obama administration continue to force upon us.

People will make the sender of the packages out to be the bad guy, I'm not so sure...

From FoxNews

WASHINGTON -- A package addressed to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano ignited at a Washington postal facility Friday, a day after fiery packages sent to Maryland's governor and transportation secretary burned the fingers of workers who opened them.

It was unclear if the package had the right address, but a law enforcement official confirmed to Fox News that Napolitano's name was on it and it appears to be related to the packages that ignited Thursday in Maryland.

FBI Spokeswoman Lindsay Godwin said initial information indicated the parcel that ignited in northeast Washington about 2:45 p.m. was similar to the two packages opened in Maryland on Thursday. The Washington postal facility was evacuated and no injuries were reported.

The Maryland packages contained a note railing against highway signs urging motorists to report suspicious activity, investigators revealed.

The message read: "Report suspicious activity! Total Bull----! You have created a self fulfilling prophecy."

The packages, addressed to Gov. Martin O'Malley and to Transportation Secretary Beverley Swaim-Staley, have been taken to the FBI lab in Quantico, Va., for forensic analysis.

They were opened within a 15-minute period Thursday at state government buildings 20 miles apart.

The workers who opened the packages singed their fingers, but there were no significant injuries.

Soon after, mailrooms across Maryland were cleared and two other suspicious packages uncovered, though they turned out to be a toner cartridge and laptop batteries.

Explosive material wasn't found in either package that ignited and authorities aren't sure if any other dangerous packages are out there, but mailroom employees were back at work Friday. They had pictures of the packages and were advised to be vigilant about anything suspicious.

Postal Service spokeswoman Joanne Veto said the suspicious D.C. package was discovered after another package was thrown on top of it. She said the labels, postmark and stamps were similar to the Maryland parcels.

Police have not yet identified any suspects.