The Ricin letter-writing suspect was an Elvis impersonator:
Through decades of dead-end day jobs, Curtis’s mainstay has been night and weekend gigs as a celebrity impersonator. He has dressed up and performed at weddings and at parties as Prince, Buddy Holly and Kid Rock, but most often as none other than Elvis Presley — not just anywhere in Mississippi, but in The King’s native Tupelo.
Curtis and his family and friends have, over many years, amassed a library of videos and photos, many posted online, that show him singing and dancing with a distinctive curled upper lip and thick sideburns.
In one online profile bearing more than 800 photos of himself, Curtis typed this in his biography: “Father/Activist/Singer/Songwriter/Business Owner/Rebel.”
Forget about the ricin, a middle-aged white man impersonating Prince is the real crime here.