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05:25  21 september  2020
05:25  21 september  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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A woman suspected of sending a letter containing the poison ricin to President Donald Trump was arrested as she tried to enter the US from Canada at a border crossing in New York state , a US law enforcement official said.

A Canadian woman has been arrested and faces charges of sending a ricin-filled letter to President Donald Trump . The woman was arrested in March 2019 in Mission, Texas, for possession of an unlicensed weapon, resisting arrest and carrying a fake driver’s license, the Times reported, quoting

A woman suspected of sending a letter addressed to President Donald Trump found to contain the lethal poison ricin has been arrested, according to US law enforcement officials.

a large building with White House in the background: The envelope containing ricin was addressed to the president at the White House © Getty The envelope containing ricin was addressed to the president at the White House

Officials say the woman was taken into custody by US Customs and Border Protection officers as she tried to enter the US from Canada at a border crossing in New York state on Sunday.

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A woman suspected of sending a letter containing the poison ricin to President Donald Trump was arrested as she tried to enter the US from Canada at a border crossing in New York state , a US The woman was carrying a gun and arrested by US authorities, according to the law enforcement official.

US Customs and Border Protection officers have arrested a woman suspected of attempting to send a poisoned letter to President Trump . The arrest took place on Saturday, but US law enforcement released new details on the case on Monday. Border officers arrested the suspect , who was

US prosecutors are expected to bring charges against her. Her name was not immediately released.

The letter was intercepted before reaching the White House, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said on Saturday.

It was opened at an off-site government facility where mail bound for President Trump and other White House staff is screened.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the letter appeared to have originated in Canada.

Ricin is a poison naturally found in castor beans and can be deadly to humans - exposure to a quantity as small as a pinhead can kill an adult within 36 to 72 hours.

a man wearing a suit and tie: The letter was intercepted before it reached Donald Trump © Imagebridge The letter was intercepted before it reached Donald Trump

Similar envelopes have been sent to the White House on several previous occasions.

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A woman suspected of sending a package containing the poison ricin to the White House has been arrested at the U . S .-Canada border in New York, according to authorities. The package, addressed to President Donald Trump , was intercepted by federal authorities in the past week, a law enforcement

A woman suspected of sending a letter containing the poison ricin to President Donald Trump was arrested as she tried to enter the US from Canada at a border crossing in New York CNN previously reported that law enforcement had intercepted a ricin package sent to Trump last week, according to

A Navy veteran was arrested in 2018 and confessed to sending envelopes to Mr Trump and members of his administration that contained the substance from which ricin is derived.

Authorities said the man, William Clyde Allen III, sent the envelopes with ground castor beans to the president and a number of other top officials, including FBI director Christopher Wray.

Barack Obama wearing a suit and tie: Ricin was previously addressed to the White House during Barack Obama's presidency © Sky News Screen Grab Ricin was previously addressed to the White House during Barack Obama's presidency

Others targeted were the then-defence secretary Jim Mattis, then-CIA director Gina Haspel, Admiral John Richardson, who at the time was the Navy's top officer, and then-Air Force secretary Heather Wilson.

Four years prior, a Mississippi man was sentenced to 25 years in prison after sending letters dusted with ricin to the then-president Barack Obama and other officials.

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