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The man, arrested in connection with at least 16 apparent pipe bombs sent to public figures and critics by President Donald Trump last month, renounced his hearing on Friday and agreed to stand in New York against him charged charges. >> Read More Latest News >> What We Know About the Man Arrested for Packet Bombs Cesar Sayoc, 56, was arrested in Florida last week. According to the FBI, Sayoc is accused of mailing more than a dozen "potentially destructive device packages" in manila envelopes bearing the imprints "Forever." In the packages, the representative office of Debbie Wasserman Shultz in Florida was stated as a return address, according to officials. >> Suspicious Packages: Who were the targets, when were they discovered, who intercepted them? Update 2:50 pm EDT 2 November: FBI officials confirmed on Friday that the 16th bomb had been recovered the day before from the California authorities. The authorities said the bomb was the second one addressed to billionaire Tom Steyer, a frequent Trump critic who "resembled another in appearance" related to Sayoc. Update 10:40 EDT 2 November: It was not immediately clear when Sayoc would be relocated from Florida to New York after giving up a bond hearing and approving the move at a Miami hearing on Friday. He could be transferred to New York at any time after the hearing on Friday, WFOR-TV reported. Officers from the US Bureau of Prison and the US Marshal Service generally do not complain when inmates are transferred for security reasons, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. The newspaper said Sayoc appeared to be calm during Friday's hearing. Authorities have accused Sayoc of transporting explosives between states, illegal shipment of explosives, threats against former presidents and others, inter-state communications, and assaulting current and former federal officials. In a conviction Sayoc threatened almost 50 years in prison. The prosecution said additional charges could still be brought against Sayoc. Update 10.15 am EDT 2 November: South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported that Sayoc waived his hearing in a federal court in Miami on Friday and agreed to be transferred to New York City, where at least five charges are expected against him She is fined almost 50 years if convicted. Last week, the authorities arrested Sayoc for inter-state transportation of explosives, illegal shipment of explosives and threats against former presidents and others. He is accused of sending the IED-designated authorities to former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, actor Robert Di Nero, and several others. Update 9:55 am EDT 2 November: Sayoc's defense lawyer told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that his client will agree on Friday to be detained and transferred to New York City after being arrested in connection with a series of emails bombs have been discovered in the last month. The decision was made after the prosecution filed documents, in which evidence was presented and some details of the case in which they proceed against the Florida man. "It's better to let the state's public defenders, who represent him in New York, detain the hearing if they think fit," attorney Jamie Benjamin told the newspaper. "We thought it important that the defendant not be overrun, we wanted his rights and all relevant information before making that decision." Sayoc is due to appear for him at 10am in a federal courtroom in Miami. Bail hear Update 8:55 am EDT 2 November: Sayoc is scheduled to appear in court at 10:00 am to receive a bail. At the hearing, a judge will also decide when to transfer him from Miami to New York, where several parcel bombs were sent to prosecute the case. The state prosecutor claims that Sayoc should remain in detention pending legal proceedings, given the scale of the charges and the evidence against him. The authorities believe that Sayoc, according to Reuters, began planning his attacks in July. He is facing five indictments against the Federal Supreme Court, which will lead to a prison sentence of almost 50 years when he is "worse than 9/11": Cesar Sayoc was put on probation in 2002 for bombing. Update 2:50 am EDT October 29: Sayoc, who appeared in court for the first time on Monday, is expected to remain in the South Florida Federal Penitentiary for several days before awaiting a move to New York, where he faces criminal charges in connection with a series The Miami Herald reported suspected mail bombs. A judge set up a second hearing on behalf of Sayoc on Friday after his lawyers demanded more time to prepare a petition for possible attachment at the request of the Herald. The newspaper reported that the prosecution had said it would refuse to speak against Sayoc. >> What is a pipe bomb and how does it cause damage? Update 2:25 pm EDT October 29: An unidentified US official told the Associated Press that Sayoc had kept a list of elected officials and others that investigators believe were intended targets for shipped equipment, which the authorities identified as IEDs last week. The official told the AP that investigators are scrutinizing Sayoc's social media posts. The AP reports that the investigators believe he made the explosives that were discovered in his van last week and Monday. >> Suspicious Packages: The return addresses were for the office of Debbie Wasserman Schultz Update 1 p.m. EDT October 29: FBI officials have confirmed that a package addressed to the CNN Center in Atlanta and intercepted by the authorities on Friday is "similar in appearance" and contains "potentially destructive devices". The package is the third suspicious package to be sent to CNN in the last week. The news broadcaster reported that two other packages, one addressed to former CIA director John Brennan and the other to former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, were intercepted by authorities heading to CNN's New York offices. Update 11:50 am EDT October 29: A CNN reporter posted a photo on Monday of a suspicious package that was intercepted Monday and sent to Atlanta's intelligence headquarters. The package appears to be in line with those confiscated by the authorities last week, which included the so-called IED. Officials did not immediately confirm that the intercepted package was on Monday with those sent last week. Update 11:25 am EDT October 29: In a statement received from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, FBI spokesman Kevin Rowson said the federal agency's bomb squad reacted on Monday to a post office in Atlanta where officials intercepted a suspicious package sent to CNN Offices in Atlanta was addressed. "We have been informed by the US Postal Inspection Service," he said. "There are no further details at this time." CNN President Jeff Zucker said in a statement that "there is no immediate threat to the CNN center." It is not clear if the last package is related to last week's packages. Update 11:00 am EDT October 29th: A post office in downtown Atlanta was evacuated as authorities investigate a suspicious package sent to CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, according to the WSBTV and the Atlanta Journal's constitution. Police were called to the post office at 400 Pryor Street SW just before 9:40 am, police spokesman Jarius Daugherty said in a statement. The FBI takes the lead in the investigation. CNN President Jeff Zucker said in a statement Monday that a suspicious package was being intercepted on the way to the CNN Center in Atlanta. "There is no immediate danger to the CNN center," said Zucker. "All mail in all CNN offices will be checked off-site as of Wednesday, so the package would NOT have come directly to the CNN Center, even if it had not been intercepted first." Update 10:25 am EDT October 29: Officials at CNN announced Monday that a new suspicious package has been intercepted in Atlanta. Update 3:55 pm EDT October 26: Police in Burlingame, California, confirmed Friday that a parcel found at a post office in the city "coincides with mailings across the country." The package, addressed to philanthropist Tom Steyer, "was removed from this facility and the area was made safe," the police said. Update 3:15 pm EDT October 26: FBI Director Christopher Wray warned at a news conference on Friday that more shipped explosives could be detected as authorities investigate the packages sent to Democrats and Trump critics this week. "You can go now," Wray said. Reports surfaced Thursday that authorities were investigating whether the packages that Wray called "IEDs" were supposed to explode or worry. Wray said the FBI investigators continued to analyze the devices, but added, "These are not jokes." "We're still trying to determine if the devices are working," Wray said. "They contain energetic material that could be dangerous to the public if properly combined with heat, impact or friction." Wray said the investigators found that Sayoc was in contact with the parcel bombs after one of his fingerprints was found on an IED sent to Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California. The authorities also found DNA, which seemed to combine two different packages. Update 3:00 pm EDT October 26: US Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday that the authorities arrested Cesar Sayoc on five federal charges, including the transportation of explosives between the states, illegal shipment of explosives, and threats against former presidents other. Sessions said Sayoc could face 58 years if convicted of the charges. "That's totally unacceptable," Sessions said. "We will not tolerate such lawlessness, especially political violence." Additional fees could be charged as the authorities continue to investigate. Update 2:45 pm EDT October 26: Philanthropist Tom Steyer released a statement on Friday reporting that authorities in California have intercepted a suspicious package sent to him. The authorities did not immediately confirm that the package was linked to a series of alleged pipe bombs sent in recent days to Democrat and President Donald Trump critics. "We are grateful that everyone we work with at Next Gen America and Need to Impeach are safe – this is always our first priority and will continue to be our first priority," said Steyer. "It is time for the Republican Party to denounce any attacks on the rights and dignity of an American and begin building a broad and inclusive democracy for every American." Update 2:15 pm EDT October 26: A WFTV affidavit shows that Sayoc was arrested in 2002 after calling a Florida Power & Light office in South Florida, and threatened to blow it up. According to the affidavit, Sayoc said, "It would be worse than 9/11." Sayoc pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation, the Washington Post reported. >> From Jamie Dupree of the Cox Media Group: Trump Welcomes Arrest of Mail Bombing Suspect While More Packages Emerge Update 1:50 p.m. EDT October 26: California authorities investigate a suspicious package to philanthropist Tom Steyer, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, CNN reported. The authorities continue to investigate a separate suspicious package found on Friday in Sacramento and sent to Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, according to the Sacramento Bee. If the packages are linked to others that have been sent to prominent Democrats and Trump critics in recent days, they would set the total number of packages discovered since Monday to 14. Update 1:05 pm EDT October 26: Unknown sources of law enforcement told the Miami Herald that Sayoc was linked to a series of seeming mail bombs that have come through "a trail of DNA evidence either on the packages or in the past few days." the devices "were sent. The newspaper reported that this was the case. He was questioned by FBI agents at the Joint Terrorism Task Force at around 10 am when he was arrested in an AutoZone in Plantation. Update 12:40 am EDT October 26: President Donald Trump praised law enforcement officials on Friday after the authorities arrested a man suspected of sending obvious mail bombs to several public figures this week. "I'm pleased to announce that law enforcement officials have arrested and detained the suspect," Trump said when speaking at the 2018 Washington DC Summit. "It's an amazing job done by law enforcement." Since Monday, officials have found at least 12 suspected explosive devices against Democrats or those who have criticized Trump. Two of the suspicious packages were sent to the CNN office in New York, which was addressed to former officials of the Obama administration. "These terrorist acts are despicable and have no place in our country, no place," said the president. "We must never allow political violence to take hold in America – that must not happen. And I am committed to doing everything in my power as president to stop it and stop it now. >> >> Jamie Dupree of the Cox Media Group: More suspected mail bombs appear as Trump media The president was frequently criticized in the media for his attacks, including his support of a legislator who physically killed a reporter in 2017. Update 12:25 pm EDT October 26: An unnamed police officer told the New York Times that he was arrested on Friday in connection with a series of suspected mail bombs in recent days as Cesar Sayoc Jr., 56, of Aventura, Florida. been identified. According to the Times, Sayoc is a registered Republican who has a criminal history in Florida dating back to 1991, including an arrest that is said to threaten a bomb. He was born in New York, the newspaper reported. Update 11:45 EDT 26 October: President Donald Trump said he intends to investigate allegations of suspected mail bombs that have been sent out to public officials during public appearances on the occasion of the Young Black Leadership Summit. Update 11:40 EDT 26 October: Authorities investigate what a 13th suspicious package in Sacramento, California could be, CNN reported. According to the news network, the package was addressed to Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California. Update 11:35 am EDT October 26: FBI officials confirmed that one person was detained Friday. Update 11:25 am EDT October 26: A Florida man arrested for questioning on Friday in connection with a series of suspicious mail bombs that was discovered this week was arrested at an auto parts store in Plantation, the Miami Herald reported , The newspaper described the suspect as a man in his fifties from Aventura. Update 11:05 am EDT October 26: A Justice Department spokeswoman confirmed that the authorities detained a person on Friday in connection with a series of suspected mail bombs sent in recent days. Update 11.00 am EDT October 26: A man was detained in Florida on Friday for being questioned about a series of alleged mail bombs sent to Democrats in recent days and critics of President Donald Trump , NBC News and CBS News reported. CNN reported that the man was arrested in connection with the packages. Update 10:55 EDT October 26: John Miller, Deputy Commissioner for Enlightenment and Counter-Terrorism at the New York City Police Department, confirmed at a press conference on Friday that the suspicious package found on Friday in a Manhattan post office was similar to others sent suspicious packages in the last few days. Miller said an x-ray of the package showed "what appears to be a tube bomb consistent with other devices we've seen this week in a package with other devices we've seen this week." The package was addressed to The former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, who took care of CNN, told CBS New York. Update 10:35 am EDT October 26: President Donald Trump said news coverage of a series of suspected explosive devices sent to Democrats and President critics in recent days has slowed Republicans' momentum ahead of the election campaign. "The Republicans are doing so well in the early poll, and at the pools, and now this 'bomb stuff' is happening and the momentum is slowing down – news is not talking politics", the president wrote in a Friday tweet. "Very unhappy, what's going on. Republicans, go out and vote! "The president posted his tweet in the midst of reports that a pair of new suspicious packages were found, increasing the total number of suspected explosive devices to 12. The House Oversight Committee issued a statement on Friday condemning the incident. Update 10:20 am EDT October 26: New York City police have confirmed that a suspicious package found on Friday morning in a Manhattan post office has been safely removed. The package was addressed to former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, who oversees CNN, CBS New York reported. Update 10:15 am EDT October 26th: The suspicious package addressed to Sen. Cory Booker and found on Friday in Florida was recovered during a night search at a post office in Opa-Locka, Florida. The Associated Press reported citing an unidentified law enforcement source. The official told the AP that the package was similar to that sent since Monday to Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump. The return address is listed as Sunrise, Florida, Debbie Wasserman Schultz's office. "The officer did not know if it was an outbound packet or a return mailing," said the AP. Update 9:45 am EDT October 26: In a publicist statement released Friday, actor Robert De Niro called on people to vote as authorities investigated a number of obvious mail bombs that have been reported to Democrats and Democrats in recent days Critics were sent by President Donald Trump. The authorities found a suspicious package on Thursday that contained in the De Niro office in New York the facility described by the authorities as a crude pipe bomb. "There is something stronger than bombs, and that's your vote," said De Niro on Friday. "People have to vote!" The actor said he was grateful that no one was injured and thanked "the courageous and resourceful security and law enforcement agencies for their protection." Update 9:25 am EDT October 26: CBS New York shares a picture of a package that was rescued on Friday in a post office in New York City to former National Intelligence Director James Clapper. The CNN New York Office package addressed to Clapper was similar to other packages sent to public figures in recent days calling the FBI "potentially destructive devices". Clapper told CNN that he and his wife have been concerned about their neighbors since the parcels appeared because the couple is out of town and the neighbors pick up their mail. "In a sense, it's kind of a relief, but it's no surprise," he told CNN. & # 39; This is definitely domestic terrorism. No question in my head. & # 39; Update 9:10 am EDT October 26: CNN reported that a suspicious package that was discovered Friday morning at a Manhattan Post Office and addressed to former National Intelligence Director James Clapper was taken to the New York office of the communications network. The package would be the second to be sent to CNN's offices at the Time Warner Center after authorities found a suspected explosive on Wednesday directed to former CIA director John Brennan, who was in charge of CNN. Brennan and Clapper are regular guests at CNN. Update 9 am EDT October 26: A suspicious package found Friday morning at a post office in New York City has been reported to former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, CNN and NBC News. Update 8:55 am EDT October 26: The authorities in New York City have closed some streets to traffic as they investigate a report on a new suspicious package. Update 8:50 am EDT October 26: FBI officials confirmed on Friday that an eleven suspicious package of Sen. Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, looked similar to 10 others sent in the last few days. The authorities said the package had been recovered in Florida. Update 8:45 am EDT October 26: An eleventh package of Senator Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, was discovered in Florida, NBC News. and WABC reports. Update 5:06 pm EDT October 26: In an early morning tweet on Friday, President Donald Trump hinted that several media have blamed him for packages of seeming pipe bombs that had been leaked since Monday. "Funny how badly ranked CNN and others can criticize me at will, even blamed me for the current barrage of bombs and silly compared it to 9/11 and the bombing in Oklahoma City," Trump wrote. "Yyet, when I criticize them, they get furious and shout," It's just not a presidential office! "Update 3:30 am EDT October 26: After reports that some parcels were sent from a post office in Opa-Locka, Florida, the Miami-Dade County Police Department sent a bomb squad and a K-9 to the town on the Late Thursday, the Miami Herald reported that no explosives were found, the newspaper reported: Update 17:30 EDT October 25: A law enforcement official told the Associated Press that investigators suspect that some packages are shipped from Florida According to the authorities, these packages went through the post office processing and distribution system of Opa-locka, Florida, according to CNN Update 4:00 pm EDT October 25: Experts from the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Va., are investigating 10 apparent package bombs that have been deployed in During a press conference on Thursday, Deputy Director of the FBI, William Sweeney, rejected the preliminary investigation which he said was "still at an early stage". "It's still possible that more packages have been or will be sent," he said. Authorities confirmed that powder found Wednesday in an envelope sent to CNN's New York office with a suspected explosive did not appear to be a biological agent in initial tests. They refused to report that the equipment might not have been manipulated for detonation. "This is something that should be taken seriously," said New York Police Commissioner James O'Neill. "We treat them as live devices." The authorities also refused to confirm the reports that some packages were apparently shipped from Florida. Update 3:25 pm EDT October 25: A few unknown police officers told The Associated Press that the authorities were investigating whether the pipe bombs sent to several prominent Democrats in recent days should be detonated. "The devices were not constructed like traditional explosive device packages (bombs) that would explode on opening," the AP reported, adding that the devices lacked a firing or deployment wire. Update 3:15 pm EDT October 25: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thanked US intelligence on Thursday. One day, after government officials announced that they had intercepted a device holding Clinton's home in Chappaqua, New York, the authorities described it as a "potential explosive device." "I'm grateful for the hard work and day-to-day commitment of the Secret Service – no more than this week," Clinton wrote in a tweet. Update 2:45 pm EDT October 25th: First tests of a white powder in an envelope addressed to former CIA director John Brennan and sent to CNN's New York office on Wednesday revealed that the powder was not anthrax or well-known Agents, the news network reported Thursday. CNN reported that more powder investigations should be conducted, citing an unknown law enforcement officer. Speculation on social media grew on Wednesday, after images of the device with a seemingly Islamic flag had surfaced. However, CNN reported that the image appeared to be a common parody of the flag. NBC News reported that the parody image, in which the text of the flag is replaced by the silhouettes of three women and the words "Get Done", has been seen on right-wing websites and forums since at least 2014. Update 10:40 am EDT, October 25: The FBI confirmed on Thursday that a trio of packages discovered earlier in the day are similar in appearance to the packages containing "potentially destructive devices" sent in recent days. , Two of the packages found on Thursday were addressed to former Vice President President Joe Biden and recovered in Delaware. A third package from New York was directed to actor Robert De Niro. Two officers told The Associated Press that the device sent to De Niro would have been sitting in the mailroom of his Tribeca Film Center building days before his discovery. A center-bound person saw images of a mail bomb on Wednesday directed to former CIA director John Brennan, circulated, and sent to the Time Warner Center to deal with CNN. The person recalled seeing a similar parcel in the Tribeca Film Center post office and called the police, the AP reported. Authorities believe the package was delivered early in the week, according to AP. Update 9:45 am EDT October 25: Robert De Niro spokesman Stan Rosenfield called a mail bomb that was addressed to the actor and sent him in an interview with CNN for his Tribeca Productions company "extremely disturbing and scary ". "It seems that all the people you are targeting have one thing in common, and that is their political beliefs," said Rosenfield. "That's the only thing I can finish here." Update 9:35 am EDT October 25: Authorities investigate a second packet bomb that was addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden and found in a post office in Delaware reports. NBC News reported that a package was found at a facility in Wilmington. On Thursday, officials intercepted a post-bomb addressed at Biden in a facility in New Castle. Postman Sherina Dawson told WPVI that an employee had noticed the package in Wilmington that looked similar to others that had been posted since Monday. Update 9:15 am EDT October 25th: On Thursday morning, officials investigate nine bombs that have been targeted at public figures and intercepted by authorities in recent days. The packages were addressed to: The Clintons The Obamas Former Vice President Joe Biden Former US Attorney General Eric Holder Former CIA Director John Brennan oversaw CNN Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California (two parcels – one to California and one to California) Kalifornien) Washington) Philanthropist George Soros Schauspieler Robert De Niro „Alle teilten sich die gleiche Art von Manila-Umschlag, mit der Absenderadresse der Abgeordneten Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), dem ehemaligen Chef des Demokratischen Nationalkomitees“, Jamie Dupree der Cox Media Group berichtet. In der oberen rechten Ecke waren sechs „Forever“ -Flaggenmarken angebracht, selbst wenn das Paket nicht durch den US-Postdienst geschickt worden war. “Das an Holder adressierte Paket wurde am Mittwoch an das Büro von Wasserman Schultz geschickt, weil es eine schlechte Adresse hatte Beamte sagten, und das Büro des Gesetzgebers in Florida sei als Absender angegeben. Update 8:55 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: Der ehemalige CIA-Direktor John Brennan, einer der Personen, die von einer am Mittwoch an das CNN-Büro in New York gesendeten Paketbombe beschossen wurden, kritisierte am Donnerstag die Antwort von Präsident Donald Trump auf die Pakete. „Hör auf, andere zu beschuldigen. Schau in den Spiegel “, schrieb er in einem Twitter-Beitrag. "Ihre aufrührerischen Rhetorik, Beleidigungen, Lügen und die Ermutigung zu körperlicher Gewalt sind eine Schande." Am Donnerstag beschuldigte der Präsident die Medien, "einen sehr großen Teil der Wut zu spielen, die wir heute in unserer Gesellschaft sehen". Update 8:16 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: WTXF in Philadelphia hat Fotos des verdächtigen Pakets an den ehemaligen Vizepräsidenten Joe Biden übermittelt. >> Siehe die Bilder hier Update 7:59 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: NBC News berichtet, dass ein verdächtiges Paket, das an Vizepräsident Joe Biden adressiert ist, in einer Poststelle in Delaware gefunden wurde. Update 7:51 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: Das FBI „antwortet mit unseren Strafverfolgungspartnern auf eine US-Post-Einrichtung in Delaware“, hat Jim Sciutto von CNN am Donnerstagmorgen getwittert. Das WPVI meldet eine "große Polizeiaufstellung" in der Einrichtung im New Castle County. Die Station sagte, es sei "nicht klar", ob die Anwesenheit mit Berichten zusammenhängt, dass ein verdächtiges Paket möglicherweise an den ehemaligen Vizepräsidenten Joe Biden gesendet wurde. Update 7:36 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: Mehrere Nachrichtenagenturen haben das folgende Foto des Pakets an Robert De Niro gesendet. >> Sehen Sie das Bild hier. Update 7:24 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: Das verdächtige Paket, das am Donnerstag in New York im Stadtteil Tribeca gefunden wurde, wurde an den Schauspieler Robert De Niro gerichtet, CNN und ABC News berichten. Ein New Yorker Polizeibombenkommando hat das Paket aus einem Gebäude in der Greenwich Street entfernt, in dem sich Tribeca Grill und Tribeca Films befinden, berichtete The Associated Press. De Niro besitzt das Restaurant und gründete laut CNN das Tribeca Film Festival. Quellen berichteten WNBC, dass das Paket ähnlich aussah wie die anderen, die an prominente Persönlichkeiten des öffentlichen Lebens gesendet wurden. Eine Quelle teilte dem Sender mit, dass das Paket auch eine Rücksendeadresse für Debbie Wasserman Schultz hatte. In der Zwischenzeit hat Präsident Donald Trump die Medien für Twitter verantwortlich gemacht, um die „Wut, die wir heute in unserer Gesellschaft sehen“, zu beschuldigen. >> Siehe den Tweet hier berichten mehrere Nachrichtenagenturen. WINS und WNBC berichten, dass bei dem Schauspieler Robert De Niro Tribeca Grill ein Gerät gefunden wurde, das den gestern an mehrere Politiker gesendeten Geräten ähnelt. Update 5:39 Uhr EDT 25. Oktober: Die Ermittler suchen nach einem verdächtigen Paket, das möglicherweise an den früheren Vizepräsidenten Joe Biden gerichtet war. CNN und Reuters berichten, wobei nicht genannte Quellen genannt werden. "Das Paket, das aufgrund der Ähnlichkeiten mit anderen als verdächtig angesehen wird, wurde falsch adressiert und an den Absender zurückgeschickt", berichtete CNN. Update 9:45 Uhr EDT 24. Oktober: Präsident Donald Trump eröffnete seine Kundgebung in Moisinee, Wisconsin, am Mittwochabend, indem er die verdächtigen Geräte ansprach, die an seine politischen Rivalen und CNN geschickt wurden, nachdem seine ständigen politischen Ziele zu echten Zielen wurden. >> Von Jamie Dupree der Cox Media Group: Kongressabgeordnete verurteilen versuchte Mail-Angriffe: "Jede Handlung oder Androhung politischer Gewalt ist ein Angriff auf unsere Demokratie selbst", erklärte Trump bei seiner Kundgebung. Mindestens sieben verdächtige Geräte wurden in den letzten Tagen an sieben verschiedene Standorte geschickt, sodass einige Experten fragten, ob es einen möglichen Serienbomber gibt. „Es gibt eine Möglichkeit, unsere Unstimmigkeiten beizulegen. It’s called peacefully at the ballot box,” the president said. Then he pledged to find the suspect or suspects. 'We will find those responsible and we will bring those to justice.' While he seemed to tone down his rhetoric against news outlets at one point by calling for more civility in politics, he slipped back into familiar territory with his near constant criticism of the media. “Media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stories.”  Meantime The Associated Press is reporting the suspicious devices contained shards of glass and a sulphur-like substance. Update 8:10 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: The Los Angeles Police Department evacuated the South Los Angeles postal facility after an employee found what was described as a “suspicious package” addressed to Rep. Maxine Waters, according to the LA Times. The package appeared to be similar to the New York and DC bombs according to The Associated Press. Update 5:50 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has increased security at critical transportation locations after explosive devices were found in three places over the past two days. “Public safety is our number one priority, and we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and security of New Yorkers,” Cuomo said in a statement posted on social media. “Out of an abundance of caution, I am deploying 100 additional National Guard soldiers and directing state law enforcement to double security at vital assets across New York, including LaGuardia and JFK, mass transit systems and bridges and tunnels,” he said. Cuomo said New Yorkers have never given into fear and won’t start now. “As New Yorkers, we understand the dangers of our times — just as we have done since the first bombing of the World Trade Center 25 years ago — we will stand up and stand together against them.” “We are tough, we are resilient and we will not allow terrorist thugs to change the way we lead our lives. We will not let terrorism win — not today, not ever,” he said. Update 4:45 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schulz, whose Florida address was used as a return address on a suspicious package addressed to former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, called the incident “an appalling attack on our democracy,” in a statement Wednesday afternoon, according to NBC News. “We will not be intimidated by this attempted act of violence,” she said. Wasserman Schultz also said the attack “must be vigorously prosecuted.” Update 3:55 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: Waters confirmed in a statement that authorities seized a suspicious package Wednesday that was bound for her Washington office. 'I am appreciative of the law enforcement entitites who intercepted the package and are investigating the matter,' she said. 'I unequivocally condemn any and all acts of violence and terror.' Update 3:50 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker criticized President Donald Trump and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday for what he called 'a total and complete lack of understanding … about the seriousness of their continued attacks on the media.' Zucker’s statement came after an explosive was sent to the Time Warner Center, where CNN’s New York bureau is housed, addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan. Update 3:25 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: The Time Warner Center has reopened hours after a suspicious package sent to Brennan, care of CNN, closed the center, Spectrum News NY1 reported. Update 3:05 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: Former President Bill Clinton thanked the U.S. Secret Service and other law enforcement officers for their responses to several packages containing explosive devices that were sent this week. “They work tirelessly to keep our country and communities safe,” Bill Clinton wrote Wednesday in a tweet. “I am forever grateful for their efforts.” One of the packages, intercepted Tuesday night by the Secret Service, was addressed to the former president’s wife, Hillary Clinton, and bound for the couple’s home in Chappaqua, New York, officials said. Update 2:30 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: President Donald Trump pledged to use the “full weight of our government” resources to investigate a series of packages sent to public figures Wednesday with apparent explosives inside. “The safety of the American people is my highest priority,” the president said. “In these times we have to unify, we have to come together and send one very clear, strong message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America.' The president has frequently faced criticism for his attacks on the media, including his support of a lawmaker who body-slammed a reporter in  2017. Update 2:20 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: First lady Melania Trump thanked law enforcement Wednesday as authorities investigated a series of explosive devices sent to public figures earlier in the day. “We cannot tolerate those cowardly attacks and I strongly condemn all who use violence,” she said. Update 2:15 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: A senior law enforcement official told WNBC that a suspicious package mailed Wednesday to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was not linked to other packages sent Wednesday to public figures that contained apparent explosive devices. Authorities told CNN that the package mailed to Cuomo contained literature. It was deemed safe Wednesday afternoon. Update 1:55 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: Another suspicious package, intercepted Wednesday by U.S. Capitol Police, was addressed to Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California, according to ABC. Update 1:40 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: A suspicious package sent to Wasserman Schultz’s office in Florida on Wednesday was originally meant for former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, CNN reported, citing a pair of unidentified law enforcement sources. The package failed to reach its original target because it had the wrong address on it, according to CNN. Wasserman Schultz’s office address was listed as on the package’s return label, the news station reported. Update 1:20 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: CNN has released an image of the package sent to former CIA Director John Brennan, care of the news network’s New York bureau, on Wednesday. Update 1:10 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said a suspicious device was sent to his office in Manhattan. The governor said that a device “has been identified and is being handled as we speak,” during a news conference Wednesday. 'We would not be surprised if more devices show up,” he said. Update 12:55 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: New York police said a package addressed to CNN and seized Wednesday morning included a live explosive and an envelope that contained white powder. Mayor Bill de Blasio said there were no credible and specific threats outstanding in the city. Update 12:35 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: Addressing a crowd in Florida on Wednesday, Clinton thanked the U.S. Secret Service for intercepting a suspected explosive addressed to her one day earlier. “We are fine thanks to the men and women of the Secret Service who intercepted the package addressed to us long before it made its way to our home,” Clinton said. “Every day we are grateful for their service and commitment and obviously never more than today, but it is a troubling time, isn’t it?” Update 12:15 p.m. EDT Oct. 24: White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Donald Trump and other officials continue to monitor reports of possible explosive devices found by authorities on Tuesday and Wednesday. Huckabee Sanders had earlier condemned reports of suspected explosives sent to Clinton and Obama. Later, CNN reported that a possible explosive was sent to the news network’s New York bureau, at the Time Warner Center. “This is an ongoing situation,” Huckabee Sanders said. “Our condemnation of these (despicable) acts certainly includes threats made to CNN as well as current or former public servants. These cowardly acts are unacceptable and (won’t) be tolerated.” Update 11:55 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: Police have removed a suspected pipe bomb found Wednesday morning in the Time Warner Center mail room. Police told CNN that the device would likely be taken to Rodman’s Neck in the Bronx, where it will be detonated. Update 11:45 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: Authorities in Florida are investigating another suspicious package sent to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz's office in Sunrise, WFOR reported. Wasserman Schultz previously served as chair of the Democratic National Committee. Update 11:35 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: A suspicious package sent Wednesday morning to CNN’s New York bureau at the Time Warner Center was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, the news network reported, citing unidentified city and law enforcement officials. Brennan is a regular guest on CNN. A law enforcement official told the news network that the device found Wednesday in the Time Warner Center mail room 'is similar to the ones addressed to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and George Soros.' Update 11:20 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, thanked the U.S. Secret Service after officials announced they had intercepted on Tuesday a possible explosive device addressed to Hillary Clinton. “Every day, I am grateful to the women and men of the United States Secret Service,” Chelsea Clinton wrote in a tweet. “Thank you.” Update 11:15 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: Officials with the U.S. Secret Service said reports of a suspicious package intercepted en route to the White House on Wednesday were erroneous. CNN had reported earlier Wednesday that a package containing a pipe bomb and addressed to the White House was intercepted at Joint Base Bolling in Washington. Update 11 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: The Time Warner Center in New York City was evacuated Wednesday morning after a suspicious package was found in the building’s mail room, according to CNN. Anchors were on the air when the evacuation was ordered. It was not immediately clear whether the suspicious package was addressed to CNN. Update 10:35 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: White House officials on Wednesday condemned reports of explosive packages sent in recent days to Clinton, Obama and others. “These terrorizing acts are despicable, and anyone responsible will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. Officials did not immediately confirm a report from CNN that a package containing a pipe bomb and addressed to the White House was intercepted at Joint Base Bolling in Washington. Update 10:20 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: New York City’s Time Warner Center was evacuated Wednesday morning after a suspicious package was sent to the building, which houses CNN. Update 10:15 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: An unidentified law enforcement official told CNN that a fourth suspicious package was intercepted in Washington en route to the White House.Update 10 a.m. EDT Oct. 24: President Donald Trump has been briefed on a pair of possible explosive devices addressed in recent days to Clinton and Obama, NBC News reported. An unidentified White House official told the news network that White House officials are taking the situation “extremely seriously.” Original report: Officials with the U.S. Secret Service said in a statement Wednesday that a package addressed to Clinton was recovered late Tuesday night. Officials with the FBI said they were investigating a suspicious package “found in the vicinity of the Clinton residence in Chappaqua,  NY.” The package was found around 1 a.m., Spectrum News NY 1 reported. An unidentified official described the device to The Associated Press as a 'functional explosive device.' An unidentified senior law enforcement official told WNBC that the package was similar to the bomb found earlier this week at philanthropist George Soros's home in Bedford, New York. Officials also confirmed that authorities intercepted a package Wednesday addressed to Obama. “The packages were immediately identified during routine mail screening procedures as potential explosive devices and were appropriately handled as such,” Secret Service officials said in  a statement. “The protectees did not receive the packages nor were they at risk of receiving them.” The AP reported that the device sent to Clinton had all the components of a bomb, including explosive powder. The device, which resembled a pipe bomb, was found in a mailbox, according to the AP. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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