Attorney seeks repair of Curtis’ property, life

vis tribute artist Kevin Curtis wonders who will repair the damage to his property and career after federal agents tore his world apart looking for evidence against him.

His attorney, Christi R. McCoy of Oxford, demands the U.S. Attorney’s Office pay for the “nightmare” Curtis’ life became when he was arrested April 17 on allegations he sent poison-laden letters to President Barack Obama, U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker and Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland.

A week later, the government dismissed all charges against him and then arrested someone else.

“We are pleased that your office realized the unforgivable mistake that was made through the overreaching and conclusion jumping of a number of agencies,” McCoy said in an April 29 letter to U.S. Attorney Felicia Adams in Oxford.

Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal