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Charges dropped against Miss. man in ricin case as FBI searches second home
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Feds Search Second Home in Ricin Case

Authorities dropped charges Tuesday against the man they had accused of sending ricin-laced letters to the White House, a U.S. senator and a county judge as the FBI appeared to turn its attention toward his longtime antagonist in a small-town Mississippi feud. A federal magistrate judge directed that charges against Paul Kevin Curtis, 45, be dismissed because “the ongoing

A letter that field-tested positive for the deadly poison
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Suspicious Letter Sent to President Obama

Washington's ongoing ricin scare just went up a notch. Politico: A letter addressed to President Obama containing what the Secret Service calls "a suspicious substance" was intercepted Tuesday at a mail screening facility, the agency said Wednesday. Spokesman Edwin Donovan said the letter was received at the Secret Service's White House mail screening facility, which examines

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