Forced Submission 

After serving time following a 'terrorism' incident, a local woman fights to keep the feds from taking her DNA

On Oct. 15, 2004, Mary Elizabeth Schipke entered the Oracle post office to buy a 47-cent stamped envelope. When she got frustrated with the clerk behind the counter, she told her: "God, I pray a bomb falls on your stupid, fucking head."…

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