Woman Admits to Mailing Poison to Donald Trump Back When He Was In Power

A woman with a dual Canadian and France citizenship pleaded guilty to have mailed poison to Trump.

Tawdry And Frightening

The news of this has come from Rio Grande Valley, Texas. A deadly poison called ricin was sent to the then acting President Donald Trump as well as eight other Texas Law enforcement officials. The woman, aged 55, goes by the name Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier and she pleaded guilty to all the charges and accusations put against her in connection to biological weapons. She’s originally from Quebec and is expected to be sentenced to 21 years in prison, if not less.

The Prosecutor in court stated and proved that Ferrier actually made the ricin, a life threatening, extremely deadly poison which are taken from processing castor beans from scratch and then she mailed it to Donald Trump with a letter that clearly mentioned him as “The Ugly Tyrant Clown” and read in part: “If it doesn’t work, I’ll find better recipe for another poison, or I might use my gun when I’ll be able to come. Enjoy! FREE REBEL SPIRIT.”

She was arrested by the police when she was tying to cross a border and enter forcefully in Buffalo, New York, while also carrying a bag filled with a loaded gun, a knife and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. The lawyers she had hired hadn’t spoken anything about this, they refused to give any remark on this topic whatsoever and asked for some time off.

Psychopathic Satisfaction

The U.S. attorney for the southern district of Texas said that the notes had vividly created an atmosphere of fear and stress. However, they couldn’t succeed in poising the people it was supposedly sent for, which is again, a great relief but just as scary, if not more. The investigation also showed that either similar letter were sent to Texan officials who were working in a higher authority close to Trump back then and this woman had been jailed back in 2019. Letters were sent to two of the county sheriffs, a chief of police, three of the officers at an adult detention centre, the warden of a detention center and the deputy warden of an altogether different detention facility. Ferrier will now be sentenced in April.

All these letters sent to the officials had a proper segment of the very same message that was first sent to Donald Trump. These letters were dangerous and anybody in their right mind wouldn’t do something so downright tawdry and vile. After speaking with Hidalgo County Sheriff J.E. Guerra, who received one of the letters, following the news of Ferrier’s plea agreement and sentence, things came to a clearer point.

Guerra said that this sends a very strong message to all those who would consider doing something like this, especially to the President of the United States, let alone a sheriff or a police chief. There are innumerable technological advancements available for them to investigate. So if anyone at all decides on doing something like this, the law enforcement is going to find them and get them punished.