Theresa Mansfield gave the Idaho State Journal this photo of the exploded cyanide bomb.
Theresa Mansfield gave the Idaho State Journal this photo of the exploded cyanide bomb. Provided by Idaho State Journal/Theresa Mansfield
Theresa Mansfield gave the Idaho State Journal this photo of the exploded cyanide bomb. Provided by Idaho State Journal/Theresa Mansfield

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