By Sam Stanton
The Sacramento Bee
June 13, 2010
On Thursday afternoon, Adrian Lamo sat quietly in the corner of a
Starbucks inside the Carmichael Safeway, tapping on a laptop that
requires his thumbprint to turn on and answering his cell phone.
The first call, he said, came from an FBI agent asking about a death
threat Lamo had received.
The second was from a Domino's pizza outlet. One of his many new enemies
had left his name and number on a phony order.
The third was from Army counterintelligence, he said.
In other circumstances, it might be easy to dismiss his claims.
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