You can read through entire articles about Suzanne Muscara without seeing a single mention of her political affiliation and motive.
Like this one.
A federal jury on Monday reportedly convicted a woman after she sent a letter containing white powder to the home of Maine Sen. Susan Collins (R).
The jury found Maine resident Suzanne Muscara guilty of mailing a threatening communication, according to reports. Muscara will be sentenced at a later date.
Muscara reportedly sent a flyer from insurance company Aetna with a handwritten note that said, “Anthrax!!! HA HA HA,” according to the Portland Press Herald.
It also featured a drawing of a stick figure with the letter “X” written on its eyes. An arrow next to the figure included the message, “you,” according to the publication.
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