Suspicious mail reportedly found at one of Sen. Cornyn’s Texas offices; Update: Tests negative for hazardous substances!/MattThomasNews/status/324588895612325888
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#DEVELOPING: Dallas PD says Farmer’s Branch PD leading suspicious mail investigation at Cornyn’s North Texas office

— Bonnie Moon (@bonniemoon) April 17, 2013

BREAKING: Active hazmat scene at U.S. Senator John Cornyn’s Farmers Branch office.Details on

— Sandra Turner (@wfaasandra) April 17, 2013

#khou U.S. Sen. John #Cornyn‘s office confirms police are investigating suspicious mail at his Dallas office.

— The Bishop (@BillBishopKHOU) April 17, 2013



Sen. John Cornyn’s Dallas-area office receives suspicious letter, tests negative for hazardous substance, Fire-Rescue officials say

— Dennis Futoryan (@dfutoryan) April 17, 2013

Tests on suspicious mail sent to Sen Cornyn’s Dallas office have come back negative

— FOX 7 Austin (@foxaustin) April 17, 2013



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