Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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Packages sent to Pentagon that tested positive for ricin are suspected to have been mailed by a former Navy sailor, officials say

Packages with suspicious substances -- at least two of which tested positive for ricin -- sent to the Pentagon, White House and Sen. Ted Cruz's office in Texas this week were part of a coordinated effort by a former Navy sailor, officials told Fox News.

Investigators said one of the envelopes, addressed to Defense Secretary James Mattis or the Navy's top officer, Adm. John Richardson, contained a return address leading them to believe it came from the sailor, whose name has not been disclosed.

Officials say a tip from the White House led the Pentagon to discover the two packages sent to the Pentagon.

Both initially tested positive for ricin but are now in the hands of the FBI for further testing.

The packages never made their way into the Pentagon, but were flagged in a mail delivery building next door on Monday, a Pentagon spokesperson confirmed to Fox News.

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New FBI Investigations: Felony Lying by False Accusers, Feinstein’s Handling of Ford Letter, Ford Lawyer’s Attorney Malpractice
Hoisted on their own petard.

Why There’s A Good Case For Sanctioning Christine Blasey Ford’s Lawyers

Did Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyers deprive her of the opportunity to make an informed decision about whether to accept the committee’s offer to interview her in California?
By Michael Ginsberg, The Federalist, October 1, 2018

Like most professions, lawyers have codes of professional responsibility under which they operate. In the case of Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford’s counsel may well have violated them.

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Developing now, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018
  • The claims of an ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford, the first woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, have cast doubt on her testimony last week at a Senate hearing
  • The FBI could finish its investigation of Kavanaugh as soon as Wednesday, a source told FOX News
  • Negotiations between Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team and President Trump's lawyers for a possible interview have stalled over the recent report that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording the president, FOX News has learned
  • President Trump personally led efforts to silence porn star Stormy Daniels and keep their alleged relationship a secret, according to one report
  • Two letters sent to the Pentagon tested positive for the poison ricin, the day after a 'suspicious' envelope addressed to President Trump was intercepted