letters showed up whenever
security was scheduled to
Sunday, September 15, 2002
Wrote Threatening Letters To Herself,
A Manhattan judge who
claimed to have received threatening
letters actually sent them to herself,
police now reportedly believe.
According to the Daily News, acting
Supreme Court Justice Marylin
Diamond has been receiving threatening
letters that included anti-Semitic
messages since 1999. Some letters sent
after the anthrax mailings last fall
contained baby powder.
I VERY rarely find it
necessary to write threatening
letters to myself, as others do
that for me.
I must admit
that I would not feel very
intimidated by baby powder
however (unless the
Absender was identified as
one Dr Philip Zack.)
criminal profiler hired by the NYPD has
concluded that Diamond wrote the letters
herself, the News reports. The
profiler told the News that the
letters showed up whenever Diamond's
security was scheduled to end or whenever
there were terror alerts.
Diamond, who has had 24-hour bodyguards
since the letters appeared, denies the
accusation, the News says.
Criminal charges against Diamond are
unlikely, the News reports, since evidence
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