FRAMINGHAM (02/27/2004) - In a new development in one of the most stomach-turning of recent crimes--last summer's case of the "collar bomb" placed apparently involuntarily around the neck of a pizza delivery man in Erie, Penn.--the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released parts of a letter discovered with the blown-up pizza man. And a statement that the motivation may have been revenge, not money. (The pizza guy was allegedly forced to rob a bank under threat of his collar detonating.) But revenge against whom? The pizza guy? The bank? The FBI isn't saying yet.
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