Meanwhile, the man who allegedly mailed letters laced with the potent toxin ricin to the White House and to congressional offices is now in custody. His name is Paul Kevin Curtis, he's from Corinth, Miss., and he seems a very unlikely conspiracy

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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

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