1. 'Danger to Community'

    Ricin Suspect Held Without Bail

    ** FILE ** In this Thursday, April 15, 2004 picture, office manager Kristina Damico holds castor seeds at Sheffield's Seed Co. in Locke, N.Y. Damico alerted the FBI when a large order for castor seeds, that can be can be used to make ricin, was placed by a man in Seattle. Las Vegas Police said Friday, Feb. 29, 2008 they found a substance that tests indicate is the deadly toxin ricin at a motel where a man had been living before he was hospitalized in critical condition earlier this month. There was no indication of any link to terrorist activity, police said. (AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli)

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    James Everett Dutschke, the Mississippi man accused of mailing letters laced with the potent toxin ricin to President Obama and other officials, is being held without bail. A federal magistrate ruled that Dutschke is a “danger to the community,” and worried that he would try to run if he was released. The ruling is pending a preliminary hearing set for Thursday. This is just the latest twist in the bizarre ricin case. Dutschke is actually the second suspect arrested for the crime. The first, a man who impersonates Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly for a living, is no longer in custody.

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