Suspicious Letter Mailed to Sen. Levin

Ricin Letter for President Intercepted

By Peter Neumann

Ricin Letter for President Intercepted

April 17, 2013 Updated Nov 4, 2013 at 10:38 AM EDT

WASHINGTON, DETROIT (My TV20 News at 10) --- Suspicious letters have been intercepted - sent to President Obama and Michigan Senator Carl Levin's Saginaw office.

The contents of the letter to President Obama were deemed to contain a "supicious substance" that later was identified as ricin.

Yesterday, a letter sent to Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker was determined to contain the poisonous substance when it was intercepted by the Secret Service.

No one was hurt in the incidents.

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