'Elvis Impersonator' Arrested in Alleged Ricin Poison Case

Paul Kevin Curtis allegedly sent president Obama and a senator ricin-tainted letters.
0:54 | 04/18/13

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New information about that security scare in Washington. Involving the poisonous substance -- in which may have been sent to President Obama and senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi the FBI's now arrested a man in Mississippi. A well known entertainer and father of four -- she's Pierre Thomas has the very latest good morning -- here. Good morning -- -- try to suspect identified as Carl Kevin Curtis was arrested at his home in Corinth Mississippi. The FBI says he's the man who tried to stand to potentially poisoned letters letters to President Obama and Mississippi senator Roger Wicker. We're awaiting final test results and whether the letters actually contained rise in a deadly poison made from castor beans lethal if ingested. Curtis is a colorful -- describing himself on his FaceBook page as a karate enthusiast and Elvis impersonator. But now the stage at the jail house and mr. Curtis is facing serious charges.

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