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Bombs

An inert bomb is a “nonmailable item” under federal law, the Fourth Circuit ruled in an appeal brought by a man and his friend over their convictions for trying to mail a bomb to the man’s ex-wife to kill her.

RICHMOND, Va. — An inert bomb is a “nonmailable item” under federal law, the Fourth Circuit ruled in an appeal brought by a man and his friend over their convictions for trying to mail a bomb to the man’s ex-wife to kill her. 

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