CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — New security measures have been installed at the Nevada Capitol after a suspicious letter officials were warned to watch for arrived for Gov. Jim Gibbons.
Deputy Chief of Staff Lynn Hettrick says the FBI told administration officials a few days ago that several governors have received letters from what he described as a sovereign citizens group. The letter reportedly tells governors to resign and take a new oath to a new order.
A metal detector and X-ray machines was placed at the building's main entrance, and other entrances have been closed.