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Elvis impersonator

Man accused of ricin letters files suit against government

An Elvis impersonator once accused of sending letters containing the toxin ricin to the president of the United States, a senator and a Lee County judge, is suing the federal government for wrongful arrest (May 8, 2015, Page 3A)

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    Rebelvi make annual apperance

    From the professional soundboard to the annual Elvis-costume event, this Rebel tailgaters group is second to none. (November 15, 2013, Page 1B, 2B)

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      Charges dropped against Elvis impersonator

      Charges were dropped Tuesday against Paul Kevin Curtis of Corinth, the man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a Lee County judge.
      At 5 p.m., Curtis appeared in front of the U.S. Federal Courthouse with his attorneys, Christi McCoy and Hal Neilson who announced that all charges against Curtis had been dropped. Curtis said the experience was a learning experience and thanked God for sending McCoy to him.

      (more…) (April 23, 2013, Page 1, 6)

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        Accused ricin writer to return to court today

        Paul Kevin Curtis, who is being accused of sending letters laced with the deadly toxin to President Barack Obama and U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, is due to appear in court today in Oxford for a hearing on whether or not he deserves bond. (April 19, 2013, Page 1A)

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