Inbred cracker from WELFARE Red State sent the ricin to President and Senator
No surprise there, is it?
The man alleged to have sent a letter to President Obama that tested positive for the poison ricin has been charged with threatening President Obama. The Justice Department announced the charges against Paul Kevin Curtis, 45, on Thursday.
Curtis, who has worked as an Elvis impersonator, was arrested on Wednesday as a suspect in the mailing of the suspicious letters to the president and U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, a Republican from Mississippi.
Wicker told reporters Thursday that he had once hired Curtis to perform as the hip-swiveling King of rock and roll at a party.
This undated photo obtained from Facebook shows Paul Kevin Curtis, 45, according to neighbors.
“I have indeed met him,” Wicker said. “He was very entertaining.”
Advertise | AdChoices“He was more stable then,” Wicker added.
An FBI bulletin obtained by NBC News on Wednesday indicated that both letters contained identical closing statements.
The letters, which were postmarked April 8, 2013, out of Memphis, Tenn., ended with the phrase, “to see a wrong and not expose it, is to become a silent partner to its continuance.” The letters were also signed the same: “I am KC and I approve this message.”
Curtis was arrested at his Corinth, Miss., home at 5:15 p.m. local time on Wednesday after a sweeping investigation involving federal, state, and local law enforcement. He could face a maximum of 15 years in prison and $500,000 in fines if convicted on the charges, according to the Justice Department. He is expected to appear in Oxford, Miss., district court later Thursday.
What sort of little meltdown will you have if he was a registered democrat? Sad thing is people like you don't care to catch the bad guys....you hope the bad guys are certain types of people so you can expound on your religion some more. You really are a hopeless sort bettyAlex.