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Old 12-07-2006, 03:01 AM
[Anon] StopRemailerAbuse
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Default Soon other remailer abusers will share the destiny of George F. Spicka

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Soon other remailer abusers will share the destiny of George F. Spicka. Everybody abusing remailers in such a way will be reported by us to the law enforcement authorities for further prosecution. STOP remailer abuse or you will risk to go to jail.

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<http://www.examiner.com/a-338264~Man_charged_with_e_mailing_threats_to_airpo rt.html>


Man charged with e-mailing threats to airport
19 days ago Man charged with e-mailing threats to airport

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Oct 11, 2006 6:12 PM (19 days ago)
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Linthicum, Md. - A Woodlawn-area man was charged Wednesday with e-mailing two bomb threats to Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, police said.

No one was evacuated from the airport, and no flights were delayed as a result of the threat.

According to Maryland Transportation Authority police, George F. Spicka, 59, sent two threatening e-mails to airport officials around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday. He tried to conceal his identity by using an anonymous remailer and called himself "George Orwell."

Police identified Spicka with the help of a computer investigation, and he was arrested early Wednesday afternoon at his home, said Cpl. Jonathan Green, a transportation authority police spokesman.

The threat did not specify a date or time, said Green, who added that police and airport officials "followed standard protocols" in deciding not to alter business as usual at BWI.

Spicka faces charges including telephone misuse, making false statements and interfering with security procedures. Federal prosecutors will examine the case to decide if federal charges are warranted, police said.

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