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Flour Flyer Followups

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The New Haven Register is continuing to follow the story of the now-infamous flour flyer. From the links at the end of this post, we can now compile this timeline.
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Written by Victor

September 2, 2007 at 3:28 am

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White Flour, Terrorist Threat

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On August 24, Dr. Daniel Salchow, of New Haven, CT, was charged with breaching the peace, a Class D felony. His crime? Laying a running trail in flour. White flour, that is.

The Hash House Harriers, an international running group, has been laying running trails in white flour for almost 70 years. When an elderly lady saw someone dropping piles of white flour in an Ikea parking lot, she called the police. As runners finished their run, they alerted Dr. Salchow of the problem. He promptly rode back to Ikea to resolve the situation. Too late. Somehow, it took until 8:15 to wrap up the threat.

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Written by Victor

August 28, 2007 at 3:51 am

Posted in Terrorism