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A female suspect was arrested by Customs and Border Patrol Agents trying to enter the United States from Canada.

The New York Times reported on Saturday that authorities were seeking an unidentified Canadian woman suspect.

The letter addressed to President Trump was intercepted Saturday by federal agents.

NBC News reported:

A suspect who allegedly sent a letter containing the deadly poison ricin to the White House was detained trying to enter the United States from Canada, a federal law enforcement official said Sunday.

Additional information about the person was not immediately available.

The FBI said Saturday that it was investigating a suspicious letter addressed to President Donald Trump that had been intercepted.

It wasn’t clear when the letter was sent or where it was intercepted. Law enforcement officials said the poison, which is highly toxic and can cause nausea, vomiting and internal bleeding was detected at an off-site facility that screens mail addressed to the White House.

The ricin was discovered during a field test and confirmed during a laboratory test.

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39 Comments
  • James says:

    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!! If these sickening liberal bottom feeders think the anarchy and unrest will continue indefinitely, they are sadly mistaken. Arm our men and women in blue with assault weapons, grenades and bazookas. Have them backed up by the military. These pieces of human waste must be eliminated.

  • kodster says:

    Not too bright a cookie, as the US/Canadian border has been shut down since the COVID-19 lockdowns began, thanks to Trudeau’s orders, and they just recently extended it to October 21st. How do I know this? Because my daughter lives in Montreal, Canada, and is still a US citizen, but her husband is Canadian. So, she has a UPS mailbox located in Rochester, NY, that she USED to travel to get her US mail and items she would order stateside, and have it delivered there, rather than have to them go through the Customs and pay import tariffs. She’d bring it back over as personal items that she purchased here in the US, which is allowable… why many Canadians do their shopping here in North Dakota… they come across the border to buy items they can’t get in Canada and take them back. Cheaper for them to do the travel and hassle of going through the border inspection stations, plus eliminate the delay in shipping (up to 30 days as it’s held at the shipping inspection stations).

    So, long story short… she would have never made it across the border in the first place, so that’s where they intercepted the letter, when she tried to cross over when the border is closed to crossings. And that’s where they arrested her, because her actions were causing red flags. She wanted to get the letter directly into the USPS system, rather than, again, going through the Canadian and US inspections that would have happened, intercepting it there, as well as no idea of when it would go through.

  • Richard Hertz says:

    How in the hell does someone get their hands on Ricin, they could have killed so many people that have nothing to do with Trump. The same mindset of people who fly airplanes into buildings

  • GEORGE EADY says:

    DONT THINK IS ON HER . FIND WHO SEEN HES AS DUMB AS A ROCK. AND SENT HER TO TRY THIS DUMB CRAP . I BET IT WILL END UP AT THE FEET OF SOME DEMOC-RATE . IF THEY DIG LONG ENOFE

  • Smokey says:

    How long until the media or DNC says “this is a distraction to allow Trump to violate the Constitution and stack the courts?”

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