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Woman accused of sending ricin letter to White House arrested

Woman accused of sending ricin letter to White House arrested

A woman suspected of sending an envelope containing the ricin poison to the White House has been arrested at New York-Canada border as she tried to enter the US from Canada. The letter was intercepted before it reached the White House last week. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the letter appeared to have originated in Canada. The name of the suspect has not been released yet.

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Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 0 months

It's a fail on so many levels (a) no president opens their mail (b) you'll almost certainly get caught (c) it only helps Trump and makes your side look even more deranged than it already does (d) the other 586 reasons.

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