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Charges Dropped In Case Of Ricin-Laced Letters

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Charges were dropped Tuesday against a Mississippi man accused of sending letters containing the deadly poison ricin.

Paul Curtis had been charged with sending the letters to President Barack Obama and a Mississippi senator, but an FBI agent testified this week that no ricin was found at Curtis' home.

Meanwhile, a package at a Washington military base tested positive for the poison.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the package was sent to the military mail sorting facility at Bolling Air Force Base.

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