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FDLE won't say whether Crist received threatening letter

The state's top law enforcement agency won't say whether Florida Gov. Charlie Crist's office receive a threatening letter being sent to governors nationwide.

FDLE's Heather Smith also wouldn't discuss whether the governor's security is being enhanced, as is the case in at least two states, the Associated Press reported. The news agency said a group Guardians for the free Republics is calling for the restoration of America by peacefully dismantling government. But the group send letters to at least 30 governors asking them to leave office within three days or be removed, the AP reported.

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