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Letters Containing Deadly Poison Sent To President, Senator

A white granular substance identified as ricin, a potentially lethal poison, has been found in suspicious letters that were mailed to President Barack Obama, Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS), and perhaps other lawmakers. What do you think?

  • “To be fair, some people have difficulty expressing their feelings in words.”

    Ian Foyle
    Systems Analyst
  • “This is why I’m not a national political figure.”

    Frank Hollowell
    Ring Maker
  • “I just sent the president a sample of this amazing flour I got. I should probably give him a heads-up.”

    Jade Galliford
    Mill Operator