A Mississippi man was briefly in court Monday after being charged with sending poisoned letters to President Obama and others. He's the second suspect, after charges against the first one were dropped.
FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports:
James Everett Dutschke made his first appearance in a federal court and he's going to stay in custody until at least Thursday morning when he'll have a detention hearing before a federal magistrate. He's charged with sending letters with the toxin ricin to President Obama and others. But he's not the first man charged with the crime. A man he reportedly has a long-running rivalry with, Paul Kevin Curtis, was released after being arrested, convincing the court he might have been framed by Dutschke.
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.