Date: 8 months ago   Category: Politic

Have sent to Putin the letter with poison


The veteran of US Navies William Clyde Allen III who has sent the letter with extremely toxic poison of a phytogenesis to the White House and the Pentagon admitted that he has also sent the letter with ricin to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. Writes Deseret News Utah with reference to records of judicial interrogation about it. On Friday to the man who has admitted deeds have brought charges on five points. He has told investigators that he has placed poisonous seeds in envelopes as "I wanted to leave the message". Among addressees there was also a Prosecutor General of the USA Jeff Sessions and the queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II. At the same time he hasn't explained what sort he wanted to inform of the message recipients. Materials on teme00:05 — on March 16 Fantastic to a yadytsr has created invisible bullets and deadly umbrellas, but could their primenitpredstavitel of charge I have answered a question whether Allen's letters to addresses have reached. The fact that unknown have sent to the Pentagon of a parcel with poison became known on October 2. It was reported that they have been addressed to the United States Secretary of Defense James Mattis and the admiral John Richardson. Allen didn't disappear — one of envelopes with poison contained the return address. The defendant already came into the view of intelligence agencies. In 2015 he has sent the e-mail to CIA, warning that he "will kill the president if the intelligence agency doesn't cease to violate his constitutional rights". In February, 2017 he has sent the letter with threats to base of the Air Force Laklend in Texas, threatening military with a bomb. In both cases he has managed a conversation with representatives of intelligence agencies. Ricin — flavourless white powder, well soluble in water, is six times more poisonous, than potassium cyanide. Antidote from it doesn't exist. Or even to a lethal outcome this poison can result in damage to health only if gets to an organism through airways or directly to blood and also in a certain concentration. It is more than important news in Film of Day Telegram-channel. Subscribe!

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