Now you know why cops are a suspicious lot inclined to believe no one.
As the other gunblog says, we're still waiting for that apology from Bloomberg et al, or a flack for the Prez, or those 200 newspaper editorial departments to respond.
I'm not holding my breath, and I advise you not to, either.
The longer this goes on without the anti-gun media (apology: redundancy) putting up equal column-inches on the false-flag op, the greater ownership the entire anti-gun movement has over the entire affair.
As for the White House, that's even less explainable. After all, they are the deniers of our era, aren't they?
According to the first article, the FeeBees had to be led to the details of the case by Postal Inspectors. Once upon a time, in an era far gone by, the Postal Inspectors had some of the best detectives in the Nation. Maybe they still do.
Also in that article, did you note the reference to the digital images of all first-class mail being stored? Now we need to ask the package express companies if they are doing the same.
Oh well, nothing else is private any more. That's why there's no webcam in my Blogstation.