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The FBI has identified a Mississippi man suspected of mailing letters containing poisonous ricin as 45-year-old Paul Kevin ...
Curtis. Curtis was arrested Wednesday evening near Memphis. (April 17)
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voice over scriptA BIG UPDATE IN THE ONGOING INVESTIGATION INTO LETTERS CONTAINING RICIN SENT TO PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AND A MISSISSPPI SENATORA MAN IN MISSISSIPPI HAS NOW BEEN ARRESTED.EARLIER WEDNESDAY CREWS IN HAZ-MAT SUITS ARE SEEN ENTERING A MAIL FACILITY NEAR WASHINGTON --SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Carney, White House Press Secretary:"The president has of course been briefed on these letters"POLICE SWEPT ACROSS THE U.S. CAPITOL COMPLEX TO CHASE A FLURRY OF REPORTS OF SUSPICIOUS PACKAGES AND ENVELOPES -- AND SECURITY WAS ONCE AGAIN STEPPED UP AT THE WHITE HOUSE.SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Ahearn, Former Special Agent in Charge, FBI-Buffalo:"they set up pretty much whats a triage for the government mail. They don't bring them in to the fbi the mail is done in an outsourced off site same with congress same with the president so its triaged in other facility to minimize a problem should there be that." RICIN, WHILE POISONOUS, APPARENTLY SCARES MORE THAN IT KILLS.SIGOUT - Dian Kiepley/Associated Press