Woman suspected in ricin letter sent to Trump arrested with gun

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United States authorities have intercepted an envelope addressed to President Donald Trump that contained a deadly poison called ricin, U.S. media reported Saturday (local time). As CNN explained, all mail for the White House is checked at a remote facility before being sent to the Trump administration.

Charges are expected to be brought against her by USA prosecutors in Washington, D.C., reported CNN.

An as-yet-unidentified woman was arrested at the Canada border on Sunday, three law enforcement officials told the Associated Press.

One official tell di NY times say investigators believe say di package dey send am from Canada. Those envelopes contained a substance from which ricin is derived.

After conducting two tests on the package, they confirmed that the poison ricin, a toxic substance found in castor beans, was found in the package.

According to a USA law enforcement official, authorities are investigating additional similar packages mailed to addresses in Texas that may be connected to the same sender in Canada.

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Letter addressed to White House found to contain lethal poison ricin

The package was intercepted at a secure offsite facility, but it was addressed to Trump at the White House.

"At this time, there is no known threat to public safety", the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in its statement.

The Secret Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police both declined comment on Sunday. There is no known antidote.

Di White House and oda federal buildings don be di target of ricin packages before.

This was not the first time someone has attempted to send President Trump ricin through the mail. If it spreads all over the body, it causes death, since now, no antidote exists. Richardson was sentenced to 18 years in prison and ordered to pay $367,000 in restitution.

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