Skip to comments.Envelope tests positive for ricin at Washington mail facility
Posted on 04/16/2013 3:25:05 PM PDT by gore_sux
Washington (CNN) -- An envelope that tested positive for the deadly poison ricin was intercepted Tuesday afternoon at the U.S. Capitol's off-site mail facility in Washington, congressional and law enforcement sources tell CNN.
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Any bets on North Korean agents within the US?
Exactly. Like the anthrax, this had to be mailed before the bombing. Yet they will find some scientist minding his own business somewhere and he will go down for this.
Agents yes, taking aggressive action no.
Lil Kim doesn’t want a war that would end him. He wants attention that will fund him.
“Any bets on North Korean agents within the US?”
No, but I’d bet on Al Qaeda terrorists that came across the Mexican border.
Seriously, ricin attacks are nothing new.
“Lil Kim doesnt want a war that would end him. He wants attention that will fund him.”
If the pudgy little freak didn’t have anything to do with yesterday’s events, someone stole his spot light.
I thought everything was gonna be better after he bowed to the Saudis and bad mouthed America all over the world.
Someone didn't get the memo, or else they still don't like us.
Smells like a someone wants to be a copycat.
Polutico says the letter was sent to Senator Wicker.
Per Mark Levin reading the CNN report: The package was addressed to an unnamed Senator.
[That narrows it down to only about a hundred people.]
left wing haters
Ricin detected on mail sent to Sen. Roger Wicker
An envelope sent to a senator has tested positive for ricin, an extremely toxic poison, according to various news outlets. Mail sent to members of Congress is routinely tested before it’s allowed into the Capitol, and has been routinely tested since anthrax was sent to a members of the media and lawmakers in 2001. Politico is reporting that it was sent to Republican Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi.Envelope tests positive for deadly poison #ricin at the U.S. Capitol’s off-site mail ...http://www.denverpost.com/digitalfirstmedia/ci_23036840/ricin-sent-members-congress-roger-wicker
A Republican, presumably conservative.
So much for TEA Party.
Starting again! Lock and load folks. This is going to be a real bumpy ride!
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