the same person as constanzo? we don't know. most likely he is. what we DO know is he (allegedly, since he's not been convicted of anything YET) sent white powder through the mail to people like keith olbermann. we know mr castagana is a fan of the skinny yellow haired bio - tch. we know someone who sends threatening letters through the mail is NOT in their right mind. we know that if we had a television show and we, in the past, had received one of these threatening letters with a powdery white substance in it, we'd be talking MORE about THAT than senator murtha. that's what we know
Olbermann on what motivated Coulter 'acolyte' to allegedly send threatening 'white powder' letters"
Filed by David Edwards and Ron Brynaert
On Tuesday night, Keith Olbermann speculated about what may have motivated a California man, reported to be an acolyte of conservative pundits such as Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin, to allegedly send threatening letters to personalities including the MSNBC host himself.
39-year-old Chad Castagana was arrested on Saturday, accused of sending more than a dozen envelopes containing "fake anthrax" to anti-war celebrities, journalists, and politicians.
"Castagana has also been identified as a gushing online admirer of Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin and Laura Ingraham," Olbermann said. "And the Web site RAW STORY reports that many bloggers believe he is also a contributor, under a different name, to the conservative Web site Free Republic."
Posters at the liberal websites Democratic Underground and Daily Kos brought to light the similarities between Castagana's Internet footprint and Costanzo's writings at Free Republic, and RAW STORY unearthed a series of eyebrow-raising connections between the two men, as reported on Monday.
In one Free Republic post first cited here, Costanzo contends that he hails from the town of Woodlands Hills; the same city where Castagana was arrested.........