LAST MINUTE Texas: More police oficers receive letters with the same poison sent to Donald Trump’s

More cops receive letters with poison equal to Donald Trump’s The letter arrived at your office on Monday, September 21, 2020 It wa...

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  • More cops receive letters with poison equal to Donald Trump’s
  • The letter arrived at your office on Monday, September 21, 2020
  • It was like the one they sent to Donald Trump

Urbino Martínez, Sheriff of Brooks County in Texas, confirmed that he received another letter with poison like the one sent to Donald Trump.

Martínez, highest authority in the Brooks County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) revealed that a castor bean letter similar to the one sent to Trump also arrived at his office.

Sheriff Martinez, in the southeastern city of Falfurrias, announced on Thursday afternoon, September 24, 2020, that his office was part of the chain of recipients of the poisonous letters.

The sender who sent the letter to Donald Trump and other authorities is allegedly Pascale Ferrier, a Canadian citizen, who has already been detained by federal agents from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

With the letter that they sent to the bailiff Martínez, there are already six letters in total that Ferrier allegedly sent because he also sent four to the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and one at Mission Police Department (MPD), all with the castor poison.

According to Martínez, the letter arrived at his office on Monday, September 21, 2020.

“The letter was placed in a controlled area with limited access. The United States Postal Inspector informed our office of the letter… the content is suspected to be ricin, ”detailed Sheriff Martinez.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is already investigating that sixth letter and the fingerprints found in the document match those of Ferrier in the other letters.

Ferrier has already been accused of terrorist threats and faces her legal process in a court in Buffalo, New York, where she was arrested.

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Pascale Ferrier, 53, is allegedly responsible for having sent at least six letters with castor poison so far. (Photo: Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office)

According to Eddie Guerra, sheriff of the HCSO, his office also received three letters with ricin, a toxic poison like the one Trump received on Monday, September 21.

The MPD also received another letter with the same poison that is extracted from the seeds of a plant called castor or castor.

“I can confirm that envelopes containing the lethal toxin castor bean were mailed to me and three members of the detention staff,” Guerra said from his Twitter account on Monday, September 21, 2020 in the afternoon.

Guerra explained that because the case is an active federal investigation, I cannot give details about the letters his department received. She also did not explain when she received the letter, however a source confirmed to. MundoHispánico they all arrived the same day.

Urbino Martínez, Sheriff of Brooks County in Texas, released the envelope in which the letter with the poisonous powder arrived. (Photo: Brooks County Sheriff’s Office)

Pascale Ferrier was detained without incident on Sunday afternoon, September 20, by federal agents.

The woman is an IT expert and a Canadian national with ties to Texas since she lived in the south of the state and was then arrested by the MPD for a case of manipulation of legal documents.

Ferrier appeared before a federal judge on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 22, only for the letter that he allegedly sent to Donald Trump and that the White House received on Friday, September 18.

However, he will now face further charges for the other five poison letters he sent to authorities in Texas. It is not clear so far if those processes will be transferred to the New York court or if they will be brought in federal courts in the lone star state.

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Urbino Martinez, the Brooks County Sheriff, turned the letter over to federal authorities as evidence against Ferrier. (Photo: Brooks County Sheriff’s Office)

The Hidalgo County criminal records, consulted by MundoHispánico, detail that the MPD arrested Ferrier on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, accused of illegally carrying a weapon and manipulating a government document since the woman was allegedly driving with a false license.

The accusation against Ferrier details that the Hidalgo County Prosecutor’s Office asked the judge who handled the case that the accusation against the woman be dismissed.

The prosecution’s argument to support her request was based on the fact that it was the first time the woman had committed a crime and she had already spent 20 days in the county jail.

Mintras Ferrier was detained the federal authorities They found that she had exceeded her six-month visa and the woman was deported to Canada, citing a Montreal suburb as her place of residence in her statement.

Image of the poison letter received by authorities in Edinburg, Texas. (Photo: Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office)

After hearing the request of the prosecution, the charges that Pascale Ferrier faced in Hidalgo County were dismissed on May 19, 2020 by Judge Omar Maldonado of the 8th District Criminal Court. Therefore she was never found guilty of anything.

As of this writing, it is unclear how Ferrier, if deported to Canada, was detained by federal agents in the city of Buffalo, New York State.

In a statement from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP, for its acronym in English) details that the woman sent at least six letters with the poison, the one from the White House, and the ones she sent to the police departments in Texas.

However, until now it is not known why Pascale Ferrier sent another poisonous letter to the BCSO authorities or what relationship he had with that Texas county.

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