KC didn’t approve the Ricin Message, Charges Dropped

I am KC and I really didn’t approve the Ricin Message… Charges have been dropped Against Kevin Curtis after a search of his home showed trace of Ricin or anything that would suggest he had perpetrated terrorist acts.

Charges against the Mississippi man accused of sending ricin-tainted letters to President Barack Obama and other officials were dropped Tuesday, U.S. Attorney Felicia Adams said, citing “new information” that has been uncovered.

RicinAuthorities now are investigating whether someone may have tried to falsely implicate Paul Kevin Curtis, according to a law enforcement source, speaking to CNN on condition of anonymity.

Curtis said he wants to “get back to being normal” after being falsely accused.

“This past week has been a nightmare for myself and my family,” he said. “My mother has suffered as well as my children.”

Curtis, an Elvis impersonator from Corinth, Mississippi, was arrested April 17 and charged with sending a threat to the president last week after letters containing the poison triggered security scares around Washington.

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