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We start with brand new and actually.
Very disturbing details concerning the threats made against members of congress threats that have come since Sunday's big health insurance reform vote.
And today the house minority whip Virginia Republican congressman.
-- cancers speaking out.
After he says someone fired a bullet into his state campaign office.
And as you may know police the FBI now the Department of Homeland Security all investigating reported threats against at least -- lawmakers Republican and Democrat.
This morning congressman cancer who was also the nation's highest elected official who is Jewish spoke to the threats as well as the -- I've received threats.
Since I -- elected office.
Not only because of my position.
But also because I'm Jewish a bullet was shot through the window mark campaign office in Richmond this week.
And I've received.
But I will not reason I will not release them because I believed such actions will only encourage more to be sent.
And now we're told the congressman cantor has asked for additional security.
Steve Centanni is live and -- -- more on this Steve this is not some what more do we know about this attack and congressman -- office.
Well -- it happened it is a campaign office in Richmond and it's being investigated by local police down there and the Department of Homeland Security because he's a congressional leader.
There was no visible sign of any damage today apparently any broken window or other damage has already been repaired.
-- held a news conference in Washington condemning the violence and accusing Democrats of fanning the flames.
By claiming Republicans were too slow to condemn these attacks -- -- -- Security threats against members of congress is not a partisan issue.
And they should never be treated that way.
To use such threats as political weapons is reprehensible.
Now -- says he's also gotten threatening emails he says assuming he -- it partly because -- these -- leadership in leader in the house and partly because he -- future we've heard about some of this stuff directed at Democrats is this the first -- Steve on a Republican so far.
In these recent outbreaks.
Right one of the first but is not the only one congresswoman Jean Schmidt of Ohio released a tape of a nasty email -- voicemail message on her phone that she received.
On another caller refers to an accident two years ago when Schmidt was hit by a car -- jogging and it says quote you should have broke your back.
At least ten members of congress have now reported some kind of threat or -- are.
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