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Message board at center of investigation after firefighter's death

Fairfax County officials are investigating a local online message board with a reputation for cyberbullying after the death of a firefighter-paramedic last week. The site, which has no affiliation with the Fairfax County government, was home to several hateful threads aimed at firefighter-paramedic Nicole Mittendorff, whose body was found April 21.

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