Canadian Woman Receives 21-Year Sentence for Failed Plot to Poison President Trump
A female foreign national has been sentenced to over 21 years in prison by U.S. authorities. She was involved in a failed attempt to poison ...
A Female Foreign National Sentenced to Over 21 Years in Prison for Attempted Poisoning of Former President Trump
A female foreign national has been sentenced to over 21 years in prison by U.S. authorities. She was involved in a failed attempt to poison former President Donald Trump at the White House in 2020. The woman also sent threatening letters containing homemade ricin toxins to other Texas public officials.
Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, a dual citizen of Canada and France, has been sentenced to 262 months in prison and a lifetime of supervised release. Ferrier pleaded guilty to charges related to biological weapons in two separate criminal cases in Washington, D.C., and the Southern District of Texas. The Department of Justice provided this information.
A woman named Pascale Ferrier has admitted to making ricin, a deadly poison, at her home in Quebec, Canada. According to court documents, she placed the ricin toxin in envelopes containing letters that she sent to former President Trump at the White House and to eight Texas State law enforcement officials. Ricin is made from castor beans and is highly toxic.
At a recent hearing, a woman named Ferrier, aged 55, appeared in court wearing an orange prison jumpsuit. She described herself as a peaceful person and claimed to be an activist rather than a terrorist. Ferrier emphasized that activists are constructive while terrorists are destructive.
A woman named Pascale Ferrier, who was recently arrested for sending a letter containing the deadly poison ricin to President Donald Trump, expressed regret that her plan did not succeed in stopping him. Ferrier had been detained in Texas in 2019 for carrying a weapon unlawfully and using a fake driver's license. It is believed that she believed law enforcement officials were connected to her previous detention.
A woman named Pascale Ferrier has been accused of sending threatening letters containing the poison ricin to former President Donald Trump. In September 2020, she made a post on a social media platform, formerly known as Twitter, asking someone to shoot Trump in the face. The letters she sent contained threatening language and instructed Trump to withdraw his application for the election. The Department of Justice stated that Ferrier mailed these letters from Canada to the United States.
According to CNN and BBC, a Canadian woman named Pascale Ferrier sent a letter to President Trump in which she criticized his leadership and urged him to withdraw from the upcoming election. In the letter, Ferrier referred to Trump as "The Ugly Tyrant Clown" and accused him of ruining the United States and leading them towards disaster. She also mentioned having American cousins and expressed her desire for a different president in the next four years.
A woman named Pascale Ferrier has been arrested for allegedly sending a letter containing ricin, a deadly poison, to the White House. The letter included a note stating that if the poison didn't work, she would find another recipe or use a gun. Ferrier was apprehended at the Peace Bridge Border Crossing in Buffalo, New York, where she was found in possession of a loaded firearm, ammunition, and other weapons. The FBI identified her fingerprints on the letter.