October 30, 2014
Law enforcement officials say there is no connection between a letter to dozens of Congress members bearing the words "We did it" and the bombing of an Army recruiting station in New York.
Law officers have questioned the letter writer in the Los Angeles area and don't expect to bring any charges against him, three law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.
The writer is an anti-war activist who sent as many as 100 letters -
including a photograph of a man standing in front of the Times Square office - to Congress members.
"It was just an incredibly unbelievable coincidence," said one of the law enforcement officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation in New York is continuing.
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