Greeting from Beverly
Ban me will ya
Welcome to the wonderful world of ANTHRAX
Expect a package within the next couple of days
It won't be ticking but it should be interesting!
About two days later, on Sept. 14, 2017, MacLeod mailed another envelope to the company's CEO, according to authorities. That letter said:
How'd you like what I sent you? Aww, go take a powder. Oh, the things I have in store for you! I can go on like this for years. How long can you last?
Incidentally, my father was an angel: That's Hell's
Angel to you. You see, we have some pull. Take for
example your vehicles. We now know who owns
what, and where each of you parks his.
Hmm, think of the possibilities!"
According to the criminal complaint, a third envelope was sent to OkCupid's CEO around Sept. 20, 2017. The envelope and its contents had red-brown stains, which MacLeod indicated were from blood infected with the AIDS virus, authorities said.
Five other envelopes addressed to OkCupid's CEO were sent between Oct. 4, 2017, and Dec. 21, 2017, according to authorities. Each envelope contained threatening communications and/or suspicious substances, officials said.
Each letter prompted a hazmat response but testing indicated that none of the mailed substances contained hazardous materials.
The Cox Media Group National Content Desk contributed to this report.