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Revealed: French-born Canadian woman, 53, suspected of mailing ricin to President Trump


  • Pascale Ferrier, 53, from Quebec, Canada, identified as suspect who allegedly mailed ricin-tainted letter to President Trump at White House 

  • She is also suspected of mailing five poison-laced envelopes to law enforcement officials in Texas

  • Ferrier was said to be armed with gun and knife when she was taken into custody on Sunday on the US-Canada border  

  • On Monday, Royal Canadian Mountain Police descended on an apartment complex in Montreal 

  • Police in Montreal say Ferrier sent six letters in total; one to Trump and five to an address in Texas 

  • Envelope sent to White House contained a letter that told Trump to 'give up and remove your application for this election'

  • Pascale Ferrier, 53, from Quebec, Canada, identified as suspect who allegedly mailed ricin-tainted letter to President Trump at White House 

  • She is also suspected of mailing five poison-laced envelopes to law enforcement officials in Texas

The woman accused of mailing envelopes containing ricin to President Donald Trump and to law enforcement in Texas has been identified as a 53-year-old French-born resident of Quebec, who also allegedly mailed threatening letters to the recipients. 

Court records first obtained by CBC named the suspect as Pascale Ferrier, who was arrested on Sunday by the US Customs and Border Protection on the US-Canada border near Buffalo, New York. She was caught carrying a gun. 

According to court documents, Ferrier penned a note to Trump, telling him to 'give up and remove your application for this election.' 


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