Ricin-mailer not only Elvis impersonator to have jail house blues

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – What does Michael Conley, David Allen Credile, Joseph E. Ramsey and Darin Thrasher have in common with Kevin Curtis. The guy charged with sending ricin poisoned to Mississippi republican senator Roger Wicker and President Obama.

Give up? They’re all Elvis impersonators.

But that’s not all.

They all lived the jail house rock.

In February 2012, Michael Conley allegedly locked himself inside a Florida motel. He held up a vial filled with white powder he said was ricin. Which turned out to be salt after police arrested him.

Also singing the blues, David Allen Credile, arrested last May in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for allegedly punching a man in the face during a fight over a board game.

Joseph E. Ramsey, in January 2012, was charged with welfare fraud.

And last but not least, Darin Thrasher was arrested in March, 2010, on charges of moving drugs from his restaurant in Yukon, Oklahoma.

Now we’re sure these hound dogs strayed from the pack and are in no way a reflection of Elvis tribute artists worldwide.

We’re just curious, if Elvis was alive today. What would he say?

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