Ricin Letters Case Sent to Grand Jury

Ricin Letters Case Sent to Grand Jury

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Attorney has convinced Federal Magistrate S. Allan Alexander that there is enough evidence against James Everett Dutschke to bind the case over to a federal grand jury. Alexander bound the case over to the grand jury during a preliminary and detention proceeding in Oxford on Thursday and ordered Dutschke held without bond after hearing the evidence that the FBI and other federal investigators have gathered against the 41-year-old Tupelo martial arts instructor and former political candidate. “It appears to the court that there is probable cause to hold this defendant,” Alexander said. The government’s case against Dutschke, who maintains he is innocent of charges that he manufactured a deadly biological agent and subsequently send ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama, U.S. Senator Roger Wicker and Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland on April 8. The federal affidavit included evidence that articles taken from Dutschke’s martial arts studio in Tupelo tested positive for ricin three separate times. In addition, the court document stated that on April 22 federal agents observed Dutschke discarding a coffee grinder, latex gloves and a dust mask into a trash receptacle. The government believes that the items were used by Dutschke in the manufacturing of the ricin agent. Prosecutors also presented evidence showing that Dutschke bought castor bean seeds, used to manufacture ricin, on Ebay in November and December of 2012. In new evidence not included in the original affidavit unsealed on Tuesday, FBI Agent Stephen E. Thomason testified that the government had discovered a third purchase of castor beans by Dutschke. Thomason further testified that initial FBI tests link ricin letters to a printer owned by Dutschke. Along with the body of evidence already gathered against Dutschke, Thomason said a new search warrant was issued today for another location where more items belonging to the accused, including another printer, are being sought. Further bolstering the government’s case was evidence provided by local law enforcement officials that Dutschke downloaded two publications about ricin to his computer in January of 2012, That evidence came to light following the seizure of the computer more than a year ago. If convicted on all counts, Dutschke could face life in prison.–– Michael Harrelson, editor, HottyToddy.com michael.harrelson@hottytoddy.com

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2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:27:39

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2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:25:53

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2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:35:20

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2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:30:14

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2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:29:22

Tagged: , canada , canadian , tv , television , entertainment , talkshow , interview , on set , cbc , celebrity , celebrities , music , toronto , red , black , strombo , george stromboulopoulos , thehour , video , stars , hacker , computer , virus , scandal , rcmp , fbi , csis , mafiaboy , michael calce

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:26:26

Tagged: , canada , canadian , tv , television , entertainment , talkshow , interview , on set , cbc , celebrity , celebrities , music , toronto , red , black , strombo , george stromboulopoulos , thehour , video , stars , hacker , computer , virus , scandal , rcmp , fbi , csis , mafiaboy , michael calce

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:27:02

Tagged: , canada , canadian , tv , television , entertainment , talkshow , interview , on set , cbc , celebrity , celebrities , music , toronto , red , black , strombo , george stromboulopoulos , thehour , video , stars , hacker , computer , virus , scandal , rcmp , fbi , csis , mafiaboy , michael calce

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA – Mafiaboy

2008-10-08 Michael Calce AKA - Mafiaboy

In 2000, a hacker made history – when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn’t quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year’s probation. Mafiaboy’s real name is Michael Calce and to date, he’s never told his story – how he did it and why. He’s turned down every interview request since his arrest – until now.

Check out what he’s got to say here – www.cbc.ca/thehour/videos.html?id=881280938

Posted by thehour on 2008-10-16 19:21:48

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