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Poison-laced letter mailed to senator intercepted by feds

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By Susan Ferrechio Chief Congressional Correspondent Someone may have tried to mail a letter laced with the deadly poison ricin to the office of Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., but the envelope was intercepted at a mail facility outside Washington, D.C. "Postal officials and law enforcement did an excellent job in detecting and preventing this threat before it reached the Capitol," said Don...

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