Feds drop ricin charges against Kevin Curtis, search home of rival

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MEMPHIS, TN – Elvis has officially left the building, thank you very much.

Kevin Curtis, a Mississippi Elvis impersonator,  found himself doing his own jailhouse rock last week when federal agents busted him on suspicion of sending ricin-tainted letters to President Obama, Mississippi senator Roger Wicker, and a Mississippi justice court judge.

Feds dropped the charges after they found new, undisclosed information. Now, they’re looking into whether someone tried to frame him.

Curtis’s attorney pointed investigators to J. Everette Dutschke of Tupelo, Miss., a martial arts instructor who seems to have an unpleasant history with Curtis.

Investigators searched his house, but haven’t filed any charges, so they still don’t know who done it in this who done it.

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