April 17, 2013

Ricin mailing arrestee is an Elvis impersonator who is into dismembered body parts awareness

An arrest has been made of Elvis impersonator Paul Kevin Curtis of Mississippi in the mailing of letters poisoned with ricin to Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) and the President.

Here's are videos of the suspect's Elvis impersonations. I must say I like his version of Elvis's rockabilly class "Baby, Let's Play House" (above).

And this also appears to be the fellow's website:
Let the record show that on this date, March 05, 2008, I, Paul Kevin Curtis, being of sound mind, am attempting once again to expose various parties within the government, FBI, police departments, legal & healthcare systems, etc. that a conspiracy to ruin my reputation in the community as well as an ongoing effort to break down the foundation I worked more than 20 years to build in the country music scene, began on the day I accidentally discovered a refrigerator full of dismembered body parts & organs wrapped in plastic in the morgue of the largest non-metropolitan healthcare organization in the United States of America, AKA North Mississippi Medical Center where I was employed from 1998 until March of 2000.
The purpose of this online documentary of photos, police reports, as well as my 1st & only online petition, publications & events surrounding my life & the actions of what I believe to be that of a secret shadow government in which I feel have been put into place by higher powers to be in order to hide the truth behind the illegal organ harvesting market which I began investigating in 2000 after being "banned" for life for simply questioning the hospital administration on what they did with so many dismembered body parts? 

So, either this is good, prompt police work or an example of "Round up the usual suspects!"

My impression is that the anthrax mailings right after 9/11 helped push the politicians and the media over the edge. Without the anthrax mailings, cooler heads might have prevailed and forestalled the Iraq Attaq.

32 comments:

Marlowe said...

It may seem like a silly question but does Senator Wicker have enemies?

The Radical Centrist said...

one of the oldest tricks in the book is to manipulate a person of, ah, questionable mental stability into doing your dirty work. Dirty work may include assassinations, etc.

this article talks about how this tactic of using mentally-off hitmen may be one of the great hidden secrets of modern history and how this tactic was used by the mafia in sicily long ago:

http://www.salon.com/2012/12/02/better_than_bourne_who_really_killed_nick_deak/

What role does ricin letters play in modern politics?

What role did the anthrax letters play 11-12 years ago?

Ricin is the next anthrax.

Boston Marathon is the new WTC 911.

North Korea/Kim is the new Al Qaeda/Bin Laden.

Just as those boogeymen from 2001 were used to manufacture consent from a scared public for war, so too are today's boogeyment (ricin, Boston, Kim and North Korea) being used to manufacture consent today. What is the goal today? Maintaining the funding for the current military/security budget during the ongoing budget negotiations, the deepest cuts made in 20 years or more.

Who are these shadowy that play america like a fiddle? Could be any number of big money players. The military-security budget is the biggest money pie in the history of the world, and you had better believe some evil and rich folks have their fingers in that money pie.

2001 redux...

Same as it ever was...same as it ever was....

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, it appears these two Arabic men (white, if you ask the Childress Sisters) just might be Marathon bombing culprits.

Thankfully, Elvis the Ricin Mailer will give the media a paler face to draw a moral equivalency with.

http://cdn.pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/files/2013/04/aCjGrD0h.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/Hypepcm.jpg

Anonymous said...

Ricin letters... Returrrrn to sender.... returrrrn to sender.

tanabear said...

"Without the anthrax mailings, cooler heads might have prevailed and forestalled the Iraq Attaq."

This is unlikely. The neo-cons had been agitating for war with Iraq throughout the 1990's. Once the Bush II Administration came to power, a war with Iraq was almost inevitable at that point.

Justthisguy said...

To paraphrase Lazarus Long, I believe the most artistic way to murder somebody is to not dissuade a guy who is inclined to do it anyway, or maybe even encourage him, a bit.

Marlowe said...

I saw the Warren Beatty flick too.

HAR said...

Why does Steve know this while the MSM doesn't?

Dennis Dale said...

I'm reserving judgement until I find out how little Davie Sirota feels about celebrity impersonators and their relative privilege in America.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps someone found out how to press his buttons.

Did someone also figure out how to press Kim Jung Un's buttons too?

Hasn't it been said that the best way to end a bad economy is to enter a good war (or something like that)?

Is it me or has Kim Jung Un fallen out of the headlines? And, what about Iraq? Everything must be wonderful there because we no longer get any bad news from there.

Anonymous said...

There could be an illegal organ harvesting market. I don't know if this guy really uncovered one, but it's not impossible.

Lenior Rel said...

re: Boston Attacks

I think these are better photos here on this website. These two guys look awfully suspicious.

http://www.infowars.com/boston-bombing-culprits-found/


DYork said...

My impression is that the anthrax mailings right after 9/11 helped push the politicians and the media over the edge. Without the anthrax mailings, cooler heads might have prevailed and forestalled the Iraq Attaq.

This is the same view I had. But don't forget about how much his AND the DC sniper put a chill in the people who run things in DC.

As they say, all politics are local, well these local DC attacks jolted the hell into Dick Cheney and his buddies.

This isn't a trivial coincidence:

The Beltway sniper attacks took place during three weeks in October 2002 in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

In October 2002, a few days before the U.S. Senate voted on the Joint Resolution to Authorize the Use of United States Armed Forces Against Iraq, about 75 senators were told in closed session that Iraq had the means of attacking the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. with biological or chemical weapons delivered by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs.)[49]

... first was an invasion of Ba'athist Iraq starting on 20 March 2003 by an invasion force led by the United States.

Anonymous said...

There could be an illegal organ harvesting market. I don't know if this guy really uncovered one, but it's not impossible.

There was a doctor in New York who made millions stealing and selling organs and other body parts (many of them diseased) from corpses:

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/bodysnatcher-facing-ultimate-irony-death-bone-cancer-article-1.1304216

"Once a highly regarded oral surgeon, Mastromarino has been serving an 18- to 54-year sentence for body stealing, forgery, grand larceny and enterprise corruption.

A 21/2-year probe by the Brooklyn district attorney into the snatcher’s grisly business, based in Brooklyn and then Fort Lee, N.J., was first reported by The News and made international headlines.

With his crew of assistant cutters, Mastromarino harvested parts from more than 1,600 bodies at area funeral homes without their families’ consent. Funeral home directors were paid $1,000 per corpse, and the bone and tissue were sold for at least $13,000 to processing companies.

Body parts included sheets of skin for burn victims and cosmetic operations, tendons and ligaments for orthopedic replacement procedures and cardiac valves for those with heart problems. Mastromarino and his assistants forged consent forms and medical histories to conceal the fact that many of the parts they stole came from people who died of hepatitis, cancer, AIDS and other ailments. Under federal regulations, transplants from such corpses are prohibited."

Whiskey said...

Yes, because there are no bad people in the world who want to kill lots of Americans to get status and money and power among their own. Oh no, none of that.

One of the things that most Americans and nearly all the political class and most paleos don't get is that technology is an equalizer, for men (a man five foot two with a gun is an equal or better of an unarmed man of seven feet) and nations. Miyamoto Musashi at age 13 was killing samurai. Bare hands? No he was a skinny barely teenager. He had great technique with a sword though.

Ricin is not hard to weaponize. Anthrax, quite hard. Ivins was fingered as the Richard Jewel patsy, but it takes a lot more to weaponize Anthrax, basically get it small enough and still alive to be deadly. Someone sent the Ricin. It was almost certainly the work of a sophisticated nation; not a bunch of ad-hoc killers.

Anonymous said...

There could be an illegal organ harvesting market. I don't know if this guy really uncovered one, but it's not impossible.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/LAW/03/09/ucla.cadaver.suit/

I found the link from the guy's site.

There were also some articles a few years ago about medical tourism in China. It was alleged that organs would be harvested from executed prisoners for use in transplants.

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, it appears these two Arabic men (white, if you ask the Childress Sisters) just might be Marathon bombing culprits.

And the media is silent on these military-type guys. The official answer to a query was that there were no bomb drills before the bombing, yet witnesses have stated that they were told over loudspeakers to not be alarmed if they hear detonations because it was part of a drill. Interesting...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HWRQ8YnrWg

http://www.infowars.com/boston-bombing-culprits-found/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpuG3wcnMfY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_AYbNz-uS4&feature=player_embedded

Anonymous said...

"Yes, because there are no bad people in the world who want to kill lots of Americans to get status and money and power among their own."

Whiskey, I thought you liked neocons.

Anonymous said...

One of the things that most Americans and nearly all the political class and most paleos don't get is that technology is an equalizer, for men (a man five foot two with a gun is an equal or better of an unarmed man of seven feet) and nations. Miyamoto Musashi at age 13 was killing samurai. Bare hands? No he was a skinny barely teenager. He had great technique with a sword though.

This is bull. The paleos understand what technology is. The paleos also understand that third worlders should never have been allowed inside our borders.

It is the neocons like McCain and Kristol who force the US to open its border, and be susceptible to these people who have suddenly used technology to become more powerful.

Dr Van Nostrand said...

Without the anthrax mailings, cooler heads might have prevailed and forestalled the Iraq Attaq."

Cause and effect please. The anthrax "attacks" took place mostly in October of 2001 while the invasion of Iraq was in March 2003.
Clinton was far more jumpy in bombing Iraq than Bush, remember he went gungho for regime change during Lewinskygate?

Anyhoo! The wmd were one of the many 23 listed as a cassus bellum.
It is unfortunate it recieved most traction.

Anonymous said...

@ whiskey

"a sophisticated nation"

like the united states? or scots-irisheal?

Anonymous said...

Anyone who thinks there's no organlegging (to use Larry Niven's term from his Sixties novels) going on is seriously deluded.

HAR said...

Those who engage in organ trading are usually heroes. Thousands die every year because government bans markets in organs. I also have no problem with taking organs from dead people without their consent.

Stealing is wrong, but even murder is justified under the most extreme circumstances. To steal something of no value to the owner (dead men don't need organs), but can save the buyer's life is completely justified.

ben tillman said...

To paraphrase Lazarus Long, I believe the most artistic way to murder somebody is to not dissuade a guy who is inclined to do it anyway, or maybe even encourage him, a bit.

Which is how the SPLC and FedGov handled Tim McVeigh.

ben tillman said...


In October 2002, a few days before the U.S. Senate voted on the Joint Resolution to Authorize the Use of United States Armed Forces Against Iraq, about 75 senators were told in closed session that Iraq had the means of attacking the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. with biological or chemical weapons delivered by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs.)

"Were told"? By whom?

rob said...

There could be an illegal organ harvesting market. I don't know if this guy really uncovered one, but it's not impossible.

I think it's more likely the fridge was full of organs and body parts that the pathologists hadn't gotten around to yet. Or he found a fridge full of legitimately donated tissue. They probably fired him for something other than discovering a criminal conspiracy or bad apple.

That said, it is possible that he stumbled on evidence of crime. It's not as if he claimed the hospital put a radio in his head, was selling bodies to space aliens or something obviously nonsense. Disgruntled former employees are more likely to make something up, but gruntled current employees have strong incentives not to go to the cops/feds over actual malfeasance. It makes sense that the cops/feds took his claim seriously enough to investigate, found no evidence, and wrote him off as a loon. To him, that might look like the hospital got to 'em.

Given that he signed the letter with a kooky tagline and his real initials, I'm going with loon.

Ricin is not hard to weaponize. Anthrax, quite hard. Ivins was fingered as the Richard Jewel patsy, but it takes a lot more to weaponize Anthrax, basically get it small enough and still alive to be deadly. Someone sent the Ricin. It was almost certainly the work of a sophisticated nation; not a bunch of ad-hoc killers.

Whiskey, you think because ricin is easy to make and "weaponize" it must have been a sophisticated nation? Israel is much more advanced than Iran...Then again, you think setting two (dos) timing devices, what we often call timers, is quite sophisticated.

There is one demographic that has not been mentioned. I find the oversight quite telling: White Women. Consider the evidence. Sophisticated kitchen-devices used in the bombings: Pressure cookers. What would appeal more to a woman who wanted to tell the icky betas that she was liberated than destroying a kitchen-device? They HATE HATE HATE betas. Who is gonna be a couple hours behind in a marathon: betas. I think its pretty open and shut. We have to bomb and invade Iran to teach those white women.

rob said...

No Strand. If there were 22 good reasons to conquer Iraq, why did they make up a pretend one and push hard on that?

Cause and effect: Well things that happen before can be causal to things that happen later. Did any of the 22 ostensibly not fake reasons happen before October 2001? Love how the Clinton got a bj from a chunky chick! deflection comes up.

Anonymous said...

Re the infowars link:

Three of the men appear to be Arab or Middle Eastern in appearance, whereas another two of the individuals are white.

Even there the anti-white bias creeps in! Equivocation over Arabs none over whites.

Paging the Childress sisters.

Mr. Anon said...

It wasn't clear from the article I read that the letter even had ricin in it. They just said that it tested postive for ricin. Maybe he smeared the letter with a little castor oil.

Londoner said...

Long-standing allegations of Kosovar Albanians havimg abducted ethnic Serbs and harvested their organs (can't recall if they also killed them - probably did). From what I know of that part of the world, this doesn't seem wholly unbelievable.

Col. Reb Sez said...

I'm just glad his Facebook page has a photo of him posing in front of a bumper sticker that says "Christian and a Democrat." Of course, we would have all heard by now if the sticker had contained the word "Republican."

The part of Mississippi where he is from still has lots of white Franklin Roosevelt Democrats. However, the realignment is taking place pretty quickly, and pretty soon there won't be any conservative Democrats left in Mississippi, or the nation for that matter.

Anonymous said...

I must say I like his version of Elvis's rockabilly class "Baby, Let's Play House"

Jimmy Page used to tell reporters that was the first thing he learned on guitar.