It wasn’t me, I swear it

MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — A Facebook mail processing warehouse near company headquarters was evacuated Monday as officials work to determine what caused mail to test positive for the nerve agent sarin.

Menlo Park Fire Marshal Jon Johnston said Monday that incoming mail undergoing routine processing by machine tested positive for sarin, but that there are no reports of injuries at the Silicon Valley site.

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7 Responses to It wasn’t me, I swear it

  1. Jason says:

    Why is Facebook screaming their mail so thoroughly? Who could possibly have a problem with Facebook? Paranoid much?

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    False alarm…it’s meant to convict conservatives who have been banned by the commie Suck-er-berg’s propaganda social media platform for not conforming to the Liberal agenda.

  3. grayman says:

    Do not worry WC, I believe you, would not blame you or anybody for it though.

  4. Richard Cranium says:

    Did they mix up the ingoing a outgoing shipments again?

  5. warhorse says:

    some wasp sprays can show up as a nerve agent. could be a wasp nest in a mailbox got sprayed by the postal service so they could get the mail out.

  6. Dan says:

    They actually don’t test for Sarin itself. They test for precursor chemicals used to in making it.
    Some of those precursors could have other uses such as making commercial pesticides.

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