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Miss. Man in Ricin Case: 'I Love My Country'

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Paul Kevin Curtis speaks to reporters as his brother Jack looks on in Oxford, Miss., April 23, 2013.

Tuesday, 23 Apr 2013 07:11 PM

A Mississippi man is speaking out now that charges have been dropped against him in an investigation of ricin-laced letters.

Paul Kevin Curtis says he respects President Barack Obama, loves his country, and that he "would never do anything to pose a threat."

Curtis says this week has been a nightmare.

Curtis was arrested last Wednesday after the detection of poisoned letters to Obama, a U.S. senator and a judge.

Charges were dropped late Tuesday after searches of Curtis' house failed to turn up ricin.

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