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December 05, 1985

A dozen federal office buildings received phony bomb threats, leading to the evacuation of the Supreme Court and two other Washington buildings, officials said. Police reported at least 13 bomb threats around the city between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Police said no explosives were found. In the first threat received through the Capitol switchboard, a male caller identified himself as a member of the People's Liberation Army and said a bomb would go off in the Capitol at noon.

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