On May 31, I called into question whether the “ricin” attacks on the President, Michael Bloomberg, and the gun prohibitionist group Mayors Against Guns was a real ricin attack, or just bean mash:
Then there is this curious fact in the ABC News story about the letters themselves.
The letters never made it to Obama or Bloomberg and today the U.S. Postal Service said none of the letters posed a health risk. The letters — all reportedly with identical text — are postmarked May 20 from Shreveport, La.
If the letters posed no health risk, then they did not contain actual ricin. There is no other real conclusion to draw from this.
Miniature Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his fellow gun control fanatics were bound and determined to blame gun rights supporters for the letters, shouting that “they would not be deterred.” Any why would they be? They know they were sent bean mash, not a real poison. To borrow from Dickens, the “poison” was “more of gravy than the grave.”
My suspicions turned out to be correct, as a struggling part-time actress named Shannon Richardson who lives near Dallas, TX, has been arrested for mailing the letters.
Richardson manufactured the bean mash in an attempt to frame her husband (her third) in order to win favorable terms in a divorce:
Shannon Richardson had been married to her husband less than two years when she went to authorities and told them her suspicions: He was the one who had mailed ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg threatening violence against gun-control advocates.
When investigators looked closer, they reached a different conclusion: It was the 35-year-old pregnant actress who had sent the letters, and she tried to frame her estranged husband in a bizarre case of marital conflict crossing with bioterrorism.
Those allegations are detailed in court documents filed Friday as Richardson was arrested and charged with mailing a threatening communication to the president. The federal charge carries up to 10 years in prison, U.S. attorney’s office spokeswoman Davilyn Walston said.
Richardson, a mother of five who has played bit roles on television and in movies, is accused of mailing the ricin-laced letters to the White House, to Bloomberg and to the mayor’s Washington gun-control group last month.
I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting on apologies from Bloomberg or MAIG. They’re quite happy lying… after all, they’re in the control movement.