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On Saturday, Steve Holland said he can’t say for certain that Dutschke is the person who sent the letter to his mother but added, "I feel confident the FBI knows what they are doing."

"We’re ready for this long nightmare to be over," Holland told The Associated Press.

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He said he’s not sure why someone would target his mother. Holland said he believes Dutschke would have more reason to target him than his mother.

"Maybe he thinks the best way to get to me is to get to the love of my life, which is my mother," Holland said Saturday.




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