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Reporter: Did the suspect act alone?Wray: This is very much an active & ongoing investigation. We do believe we've caught the right guy, but we also know that there is an ongoing investigation, there still work to be done, & plenty of unanswered questions https://t.co/WxeFZeqKEn pic.twitter.com/bNypH6f07M — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading
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FBI Director Wray: 13 IEDs were sent to various individuals across the country. Each device consisted of roughly 6 inches of PVC pipe, a small clock, a battery, some wiring and what is known as energetic material…These are not hoax devices." https://t.co/WxeFZeqKEn pic.twitter.com/KwcOyCPhr9 — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading
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Sayoc "has been charged today with 5 federal crimes, including interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and certain other persons" among others, AG Sessions says. https://t.co/WxeFZeqKEn pic.twitter.com/W4sjnJstPa — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading
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"For these charges, the defendant faces up to 58 years in prison. These charges may change or expand as the investigation proceeds," AG Sessions says on the 5 federal crimes that suspect Cesar Sayoc has been charged with https://t.co/WxeFZeqKEn pic.twitter.com/kFCQL70DIa — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading
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"More than a dozen suspicious packages have been sent through USPS to a media outlet, a Hollywood actor, and at least seven high-ranking current and former political leaders in the Democratic party. This is utterly unacceptable," AG Jeff Sessions says https://t.co/WxeFZeqKEn pic.twitter.com/PxdDQi59yS — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading
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"Defendant faces up to 58 years in prison." The man suspected of sending pipe bombs to high-profile critics of @realDonaldTrump has been charged with five federal crimes. Follow live updates as politicians denounce "the heat and vitriol" of US politics: https://t.co/IZIgS2P4rq pic.twitter.com/Eo76Eb8497 — Sky News (@SkyNews) October 26, 2018 Continue Reading
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.@Oracle co-founder @larryellison: "U.S. tech companies who say we will not support the U.S. military, we will not work on any technology that helps our military but yet goes into China and facilitates the Chinese government surveilling their people is pretty shocking." pic.twitter.com/FYUvUeQE1v — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) October 26, 2018 Source: TwitterContinue Reading