Kevin Curtis was released today after Federal officials dismissed the charges against him. ?Curtis had been charged in connection with ricin-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama,?Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss), and a judge in Lee County, Miss. In a press conference about his release, Mr. Curtis took this opportunity to impress us with his ability as a “licensed reflexologist” and promised to do “community service” by providing foot massages to the women of northern Mississippi. Wow.
Apparently Mr. Curtis is quite the conspiracy theorist?and used his press conference tonight to plug his book.
“I’ve had several people call me over the past four years and say I’m interested in your book, I’ve read the four or five chapters you have online, I was captivated, I was on the edge of my seat, it’s thought provoking,” Curtis said at the press conference. “And I would get into my car and start driving to a hotel, and someone would crash into my car, total my car out, burn down my home, car explode, death threats, it was always a distraction. Always, every single time a publisher would call me, I was distracted somehow.” (Source: Huffington Post)
The question is; was the conspiracy theorist framed?
Christin Berger is a recovered conservative who is passionate about the environment, equality, and education.??? She is the author of the Jacqueline the Great series of children’s books with more books on the way and has six creative children (read: messy) and one very active ferret.