Here is a fun little follow-up to a story we first told you about over a year ago. As you recall, after several public officials, including President Obama, received ricin-laced letters in the mail, the FBI zeroed in on one Paul Kevin Curtis of Tupelo, Mississippi, an Elvis impersonator with a rather colorful history. Curtis immediately pointed the finger at his sworn enemy James Everett Dutschke, a taekwondo instructor and Wayne Newton impersonator with whom he had been feuding for years. A coffee grinder Dutschke took from his dojo and dumped in the trash tested positive for ricin, along with some other items, and he was arrested.
You win all the upfists!!
Because of course he would know that it was harmless because he knows . . . um . . . nevermind, Judge. Carry on.
I subscribe to the second jumpsuit theory.
Wanna know what I think? I think it was the Charlie Hodge impersonator who slipped it into Elvis&#039; towel....
Flying Elvis libul! ! 1!
&quot;Faulkner meets Hiaasen&quot; is closer to the mark. I guess some people are so profoundly dimwitted that they can&#039;t find their way to Florida.
...when all the evidence points to his being perfectly normal. Yup.