Meagan Flynn, The Washington Post Published 7:06 am PDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018 There was just enough spit on the back of the 9-cent stamp to piece together the identity of the person who licked it. Everything except for his name. The anonymous person had mailed two threatening and racially tinged letters to Dane County Circuit Court Judge Juan Colás, the Wisconsin county's first Hispanic judge, after one of the most controversial decisions of his career. It was early October 2012, and Colás had just struck down a law that gutted collective bargaining rights for public employees, resulting in praise from unions and piles of hate mail from others - including death threats from this anonymous mailer. The judge's decision was later overturned. But the pursuit of the anonymous letter-writer continued. The first threat on the judge's life came enclosed with a Los Angeles Times newspaper clipping that detailed the murders of two Mexican politicians, suggesting … [Read more...] about The culprit’s name remains unknown. But he licked a stamp, and now his DNA stands indicted.