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Seoul arts instructor whom the feds have charged with sending a deadly poison to the president of the United States and others -- today in federal court for his first hearing.
The judge said no bond and sent him back to jail.
Agents arrested the man on Saturday more than a week after envelopes containing rice and turned up in Washington and in Mississippi.
Rice and is highly toxic and can kill people if they inhale it.
For days investigators have been searching through that Mississippi -- stuff looking for evidence that would link into the poison.
Later this week prosecutors are expected to start laying out their case.
Of course the Fed's last week dropped charges against the initial suspect and Elvis impersonator who claims somebody -- did.
His attorney claims that man and the -- suspect have had a running feud.
John Roberts why the courthouse and Oxford Mississippi -- more John.
Chipped -- -- C we sat right behind 41 year old James -- dusty here in federal court today shook his head several times.
As you review the charges against him charges that could put him away for life.
Law enforcement sources tell Fox News they have quote more solid evidence against dusty.
Than they did against the first guy that they arrested for this crime Kevin Curtis which would be a good thing for them because when it comes to Kevin Curtis they had squat.
That if -- told around here this is less sub plot against the president.
That it may be that tipped as you said -- to frame Kevin Curtis is attorneys and federal court talked about a long running a vicious feud.
That the two -- in the dusty may have been tried to set him up I talk to does he's attorney George Lucas about that late today he said.
His client insists that he is innocent and that the level of hatred.
-- Kevin Curtis has for dusty is to -- the quote craziest thing he has ever seen.
Lot of fingers being pointed and a lot of different directions here in northern Mississippi tonight -- we have to hear more.
About what the feds have against dusty and hearings later on this week.
-- on the rise in suspect has had several recent run ins with the law in a separate case he's reportedly facing charges of molesting three girls under the age of thirteen.
He denies any involvement -- pleaded not guilty earlier this month he was also once found guilty of indecent exposure charges and sentenced to ninety days in jail.
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