BREAKING: Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier Identified As Suspect In Poison Letter Sent To Trump

Identification comes on the same day Canadian authorites executed an operation in Saint-Hubert, Quebec.

US authorities have named Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier as the woman arrested trying to cross the Canada-US border armed with a gun.

Ferrier is believed to be the suspect in the sending of a letter to US President Donald Trump that was laced with the poison ricin.

The announcement of Ferrier as the suspect comes on the same day as Canadian authorities executed a search on a condo in the Saint-Hubert near Montreal in connection with the letter.

RCMP officers trained in the handling of explosives and chemicals were on the scene, and surrounding residents were evacuated.

Ferrier is expected to appear in a US court tomorrow, in what will be her first public appearance.

Spencer Fernando

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If she’s found guilty ? Send her to China to live since she thinks Trump is doing such a poor job of it in the U.S. – WHICH HE ISN’T….While we’re at it ? Send that idiot Trudeau and the rest of the Liberals with her…and good riddance to ALL of them.


Plant for who?

Beverley Campbell

Explain please…………………

Arie Intveld

Canada’s mainstream media’s relentless campaign on “Orange Man Bad” is finally sending Canadians off the deep end. This one today; Emmet Macfarlane a couple of days ago. The CBC journogandists must be absolutely gloating ….


Why are so many left-wing zealots like Ferrier not balanced, with a good job, a family and a future? Is it because most of them have some type of mental illness leading to unrestrained TDS?