A 37-year-old man arrested Wednesday in Washington state as part of a probe of ricin-laced letters threatened in one such letter to injure and kill a federal judge, a grand jury indictment alleges.
FBI agents arrested Matthew Ryan Buquet on Wednesday afternoon, and he made his initial court appearance in Spokane later in the day, the federal agency's Washington state office said in a news release.
A grand jury charged Buquet with mailing threatening communication, claiming he "knowingly and willfully" mailed through the U.S. Postal Service a letter "containing a threat to injure and kill Judge (Fred) Van Sickle," according to the indictment. Van Sickle is a senior judge in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington.FULL STORY
Boy. They got Biden on a short leash lately. With all these scandals they don't want him sayin somethin stupid
Well what do you know, its being advertised how to get ricin. Just great.
No need to focus on the perp or the motive.
Low fuel warning. Direct hit / success confirmed. RTB for re-tasking. EHB223 out.
Thank you, CNN, for the photo. Castor beans are so darkly beautiful that they almost have to be poisonous.
Aren't they, though? It seems to me they would make some killer jewelry.
This would make some killer jewelry.
Sigh. Sorry for the double posting. The first one was blocked.