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Man framed for sending ricin to President Obama to host webcast tonight

An official walks past a hazardous materials response team truck outside a mail sorting facility April 16, 2013 in Hyattsville, Md.
An official walks past a hazardous materials response team truck outside a mail sorting facility April 16, 2013 in Hyattsville, Md.Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Paul Kevin Curtis, 46, the singer/Elvis impersonator framed last year for sending ricin to the president and other officials, will host a webcast tonight at 9 EST, Examiner has learned.

On his Spreecast page, Curtis wrote:

While this 1st Tell All Exclusive Webcast is solely for the purpose of FINALLY TELLING "MY" side of the story minus someone instructing me of what I can't or can say, I welcome questions from Anyone who is truly interested in TRUTH, JUSTICE & what is RIGHT.

Today, NBC News reported that the man who allegedly framed Curtis, James Everett Dutschke, 42, will have a change-of-plea hearing at 1:30 CDT. He originally pleaded not guilty. Dutschke is accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama, Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Judge Sadie Holland. The letters ended with, "I am KC and I approve this message." Which is how Curtis signed his online posts and led authorities to originally believe that he was the man responsible.

In November, Dutschke was also accused of trying to get someone else to send out more ricin-laced letters. He faces a possible life sentence if convicted.

The webcast can be watched here. Curtis will be answering questions submitted through the website.