Man Who Mailed Poison To The White House Sentenced To 25 Years In Prison42-year-old James Everett Dutschke of Tupelo, Mississippi pleaded guilty to sending letters dusted with ricin to President Obama and other officials.
Mississippi Men's Feud Looms Over Ricin Probe The investigation into poisoned letters mailed to President Barack Obama and others has shifted from an Elvis impersonator to his longtime foe, and authorities must now figure out if an online feud between the two men might have escalated into something more sinister.
Ricin Letter Suspect Released From CustodyA federal official says the man charged with sending poison letters to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a Mississippi judge has been released from jail.
FBI Agent Testifies No Ricin Found At Suspect's HomeThe third day of a hearing for the Mississippi man accused of mailing poisoned letters to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a local judge was expected to include testimony on his mental state.
Hearing to Continue Monday in Ricin Letter CaseThe man charged with mailing ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator was expected back in court Monday, and the hearing could reveal what evidence authorities have collected from searches of his home and vehicle.
Ex-Wife: Ricin Letter Suspect Bipolar, 'Wasn't On His Medicine'The stories from family and acquaintances of a Mississippi man charged with sending ricin-laced letters to the president and other officials describe a caring father and enthusiastic musician who struggled with mental illness and pursued a conspiracy theory to its farthest reaches.
Wicker: I Hired Ricin Letter Suspect As Elvis ImpersonatorSen. Roger Wicker says he once hired the man accused of mailing suspicious letters as an Elvis impersonator.
Attorney: Ricin Letter Suspect 'Maintains 100 Percent That He Did Not Do This'The man charged with mailing letters with suspected ricin to the president and others was surprised by his arrest and maintains he is innocent, according to his attorney.
Ricin Letter Suspect Maintains InnocenceA Mississippi man charged with mailing ricin-tainted letters to national leaders wrote in online postings that he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market, and on Thursday his attorney said he was surprised by his arrest and maintains he is innocent.
Sen. Levin: Michigan Office Received Suspicious LetterMichigan Sen. Carl Levin says his regional office in Saginaw received a suspicious letter and that authorities have been alerted.
GOP Rep On Ricin Letter: 'There Are Crazy People All Over The World'The reaction from Mississippi's congressional delegation to a poisoned letter sent to Republican U.S. Sen Roger Wicker can be summed up in a word: "crazy."
Reid: Letter With Poison Sent to U.S. Senator Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says a letter containing ricin or another poision was sent to the office of Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi.