Henry's office receives anti-government letter
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Brad Henry's office confirms it
received a letter this week from an anti-government group that sent
notes to more than 30 governors seeking their removal.
Henry spokesman Paul Sund said Friday the letter was received
Wednesday and handed over to the governor's security team and
Sund says he couldn't discuss details surrounding the letter. He
said the office was warned by federal authorities before it
A group calling itself Guardians of the Free Republics says on
its Web site that it wants to "restore America" by peacefully
dismantling parts of the government.
Federal investigators say they do not see threats of violence in
the group's message, but fear it could lead others to act out
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