Man Admits Sending White Powder to Jewish Organizations in Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -

A man has acknowledged sending suspicious letters containing a non-toxic white powder to two Boulder Jewish organizations.

The Daily Camera reports that 34-year-old Jeffery Klinkel pleaded guilty March 30 to menacing and using a hoax chemical or biological weapon. He is scheduled to be sentenced on the felony charges on June 1.

Prosecutors say that on April 6, employees at the Boulder JCC found a letter with white powder and a note that said, “This Goyim is enjoying the blood of her enemies for Passover.” Shortly after that, employees at a Reform Temple in Boulder found a letter with white powder and a similar note.

The white powder in both envelopes turned out to be corn starch.

Klinkel’s fingerprints were found on both of the suspicious letters.