The following comes from a March 18 story on Life Site News.

Earlier this week, Planned Parenthood officials received a package it was afraid would blow their employees sky high. They were partly right.

On Monday, the Planned Parenthood location in Eureka, California, received a two-foot-by-two-foot, weathered-looking package. It arrived after the container had been mailed to an address in Georgia with the Eureka Health Center, an abortion facility, listed as the return address. But the name on the envelope did not match anyone who worked there.

Suspicious it was a bomb, they called the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, which deployed the bomb squad and probed the box.

But Lt. Wayne Hanson said afterwards, rather anticlimactically, that what was inside the box “was not an explosive device.”

The container held four pounds of marijuana.