“In hindsight,” Jack Curtis says, “the statement was a mistake, but it was made with good intentions,” the idea being to lay the foundation of an insanity defense if Kevin were to find
Paul Kevin Curtis, who believed he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market and sometimes performed as an Elvis Presley impersonator, will appear in federal court
Kevin Curtis, after his release. The FBI found no evidence connecting him to the plot to poison President Obama with ricin-laced letters.
Elvis Impersonator Released in Ricin Plot Amid Rumor of Karate Teacher Setup any ricin-making equipment in his house — Mississippi resident and Elvis impersonator Paul Kevin Curtis has been
Mississippi Mud Paul Kevin Curtis and J. Everett Dutschke: Epic Feud and Ricin Letters. Winston Ross travels to Tupelo, Mississippi, to find what might have driven the latest suspect in the letters.
Apr 18, 2013 · The Mississippi man accused of sending ricin to President Obama and a Republican senator is an impersonator of some 70 celebrities with a …
Paul Kevin Curtis is the Elvis impersonator who became the center of national attention after he was wrongly suspected of sending ricin letters to the president and other officials.
Sep 30, 2013 · The story was weird enough: In April, the FBI arrested Kevin Curtis, a 46-year-old Elvis impersonator from Tupelo, Mississippi, suspected of mailing ricin …
Public records show a Paul Kevin Curtis lived until recently in Booneville, Miss. Randy Tolar, a sheriff in Prentiss County, where Booneville is located, said he knew a Paul Kevin Curtis who had
So far, Paul Kevin Curtis is the primary focus for investigators and the only person arrested in connection with sending those letters and a third threatening letter mailed to a judge.
Apr 17, 2013 · Paul Kevin Curtis and the Weird History of Domestic Ricin Terrorism. in a comment under this article on an Elvis website, to have gone “undercover” to expose corruption in Elvis impersonation contests. The comment suggests that its author may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer: “Consumer-reports mag published article
Kevin Curtis, an Elvis impersonator and janitor, was arrested for sending ricin through the mail to a Mississippi judge, a senator, and President Barack Obama back in April of 2013, but was released.