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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - John Potter
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In 1844, Lysander Spooner, founder of a short-lived competitor to the U.S. Post Office, reasoned that the federal government had "authority to carry only such letters as individuals choose to offer them for carriage."
Patrick Donahoe takes over an agency facing multibillion-dollar deficits, declining mail volume and a looming $5.5 billion bill due by the end of the year to prefund retiree health benefits that the Postal Service can't afford to pay.
"I just go out there and kick when they need me to kick," Potter said. "I don't think about if they should have me kick this one time. Every time you get in the scoring zone, you just have to be ready to go."
Police Detective John Potter said there was "nothing to suggest to us that it's a suspicious investigation. However, we will wait and make that assessment once we know a cause of death."