Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Actress Will Be Playing The Role Of An Inmate For Threatening Obama!

Crazed woman sent ricin letters to President Barack Obama. This one was an actress.

Remember the woman who was a washed up actress busted for sending ricin laced letters?

She was being charged with threatening President Barack Obama with a deadly form of ricin mailed letters.

The woman and her military husband were going through a divorce and she wanted revenge. Since he's an active military worker with PTSD, she would use this as a cover to mail the letters.

The letters were being sent to the president, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker.

She's being handed the hammer and he's going to bang rocks in federal time out.

What's in this letter is nothing compared to what ive got in store for you mr president. You will have to kill me and my family before you get my guns. Anyone wants to come to my house will get shot in the face.

That triggers the Secret Service and FBI.

They eventually looked at the letter and seen it had a man's name on it. They searched his home. He tells the feds that he's not responsible for this. He said that his wife cheated on him. The wife was upset that he's planning on divorcing her after finding out she gotten pregnant after an affair. She wanted revenge. She tried to put him in the iron college.

As the feds confronted the woman, she would confess to the deed.

The Texas woman who had minor roles in The Walking Dead and the The Blind Side was sentenced today to 18 years in prison for sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and Michael Bloomberg. A judge sentenced Shannon Guess Richardson, 36, in federal court in Texarkana on a federal charge of possessing and producing a biological toxin. She had pleaded guilty to the charge in December in a deal her attorney said capped the sentence at 18 years. Richardson also must pay restitution.

Richardson was arrested in June 2013 after authorities said she tried to implicate her estranged husband Nathan Richardson, who had filed for divorce, for mailing the three letters; she later gave birth in jail. Investigators noted inconsistencies in Richardson's statements and later learned that she had purchased materials online to produce ricin, a toxin that can cause respiratory failure if inhaled. Richardson acknowledged in a signed plea agreement that she ordered castor beans online and learned how to process them into a substance used to make ricin. She obtained an email address, a PayPal shopping account, and a post office box in her husband's name without his knowledge, according to the document.

She has five children. Most of them are between newborn and 19 years old. Looks like she will spend most of her time thinking about all the things she's done. She lost her family and most likely her career.

Nothing funny about threatening the President of the United States. It's a crime, stupid!


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