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A Massachusetts man pleaded guilty on Thursday to sending threatening letters that contained a white powder to the office in the future, the popular dating website OkCupid, in 2017.
Liam MacLeod, 47, was arrested in February for sending a letter between September and December 2017, the U. s. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts, said in a news release.
Liam MacLeod has pleaded guilty to two counts of mailing threatening communications and two counts of conveying false information and hoaxes.
MacLeod, of Beverly, Mass., were angry that the service will not allow him to violate the company’s terms and conditions of the service, according to federal documents cited by the Dallas Morning News.
One of the letters sent on OkCupid’s office in Dallas, which contained a suspicious white powder and a message: “Greetings from California … Ban me if you want … Welcome to the wonderful world of ANTHRAX … Expect a package in the next couple of days … It will not be ticking, but it should be interesting!”
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Eight of the envelopes was postmarked from Boston, according to a criminal complaint. Some of these letters contained a blood-like substance, and any reference to a suspended account, the Morning News reported. Dallas County health officials determined none of the envelopes will contain hazardous materials.
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The researchers were able to identify with MacLeod the tuning of the letters with a suspended account. He pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of mailing threatening communications and two counts of conveying false information and hoaxes.
Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this report.