Woman pleads guilty to mailing poison to Trump, Texas officials
1 day ago - By WGN TV
RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas - A dual Canadian and France citizen pleaded guilty Wednesday to mailing deadly ricin to then-President Donald Trump and eight Texas law enforcement officials, authorities announced.
Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, 55, pleaded guilty to charges of prohibitions with respect to biological weapons, federal records show. Ferrier, of Quebec, is expected to be sentenced to 262 months in prison.
Prosecutors said Ferrier made the ricin, a potentially deadly poison derived from processing castor beans, then mailed it to Trump with a letter that referred to him as “The...
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