James Everett Dutschke: affidavit in ricin case offers twists, no motive

April 30, 2013

You can read the affidavit here via CNN.  There’s also a full video report on Dutschke and the ricin charges at link below.

From a dust mask that tested positive for ricin, to an enigmatic dump of a coffee grinder, to talk of making and mailing “poison,” an affidavit unsealed Tuesday shed light on the case against a Mississippi man accused of sending potentially deadly letters to President Barack Obama and others.

Just more than a week ago, James Everett Dutschke described the man then jailed in the case — an Elvis, Buddy Holly and Randy Travis impersonator named Paul Kevin Curtis — as a “little nutty.”

More via  CNN.com.

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