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June 26, 2016

SFR Investigates Roundhouse Evacuation

December 11, 2008, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff



The guv and the lt. guv's office were evacuated at around 2:15 pm this afternoon after an envelope arrived containing an unidentified white substance.

Perhaps in violation of the Open Meetings Act, the Legislative Finance Committee continued to meet to discuss the state budget for at least an hour after the Roundhouse was locked down.

Santa Fe New Mexican political columnist Steve Terrell, whose office is in the capitol, admitted to SFR and a state police official that he should be a prime suspect.

SFR's investigative reporters also discovered the following security threats:


Unidentified white substance



Unattended bag



Suspicious person speaking foreign language into cell phone.


 

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