Mail Bomb Suspect Kept List Of Over 100 Possible Targets, Official Says

Mail Bomb Suspect Kept List Of Over 100 Possible Targets, Official Says

Mail Bomb Suspect Kept List Of Over 100 Possible Targets, Official Says

He has footage of the suspected pipe bomber at a Donald Trump rally a year ago. "All mail, at all CNN domestic bureaus, is being screened at off-site facilities as of last Wednesday, so this package would NOT have come directly to the CNN Center, even if it hadn't been intercepted first", CNN said in a statement.

Moore's face was on Sayoc's van with a bullseye target over it. Moore said Traverse City Police searched his home to see if the suspected pipe bomber had sent him anything.

"This morning, another suspicious package addressed to CNN was intercepted at an Atlanta post office".

The Joint Terrorism Task Force is notifying those whose names are on the alleged target list, the official said, and authorities have warned that other packages may still be out there.

The official wasn't authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press.

"There is no imminent danger at CNN Center", he said in a message to employees that was also posted on Twitter.

Cesar Sayoc, 56, who was arrested Friday, was due to be arraigned in Florida Monday on charges of mailing 13 pipe bombs and authorities had cautioned that more might be in circulation.

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Sayoc appeared in federal court in Miami for the first time Monday, his demeanor relaxed as he sat behind seven other inmates who were there for other hearings.

The FBI said via its Twitter account that the recovered package in Atlanta was "similar in appearance" to the bubble-wrapped manila envelopes authorities say were sent by Sayoc to intended targets from DE to California, including former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Vice President Joe Biden.

At least some listed a return address of U.S. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chair of the Democratic National Committee.

Flanked by his newly retained three private attorneys, Dan Aaronson, James Scott Benjamin and Peter Patanzo, Sayoc appeared in a federal courthouse in Miami Monday afternoon.

The FBI said it believes the package intended for CNN headquarters in Atlanta that was discovered Monday is similar to those that Sayoc is accused of sending. One of source said authorities found several different of potential targets.

On Friday, FBI Director Christopher Wray said there is strong evidence linking Mr. Sayoc to the bombings that terrorized the nation.

Sayoc faced five federal crimes and could serve half a decade in prison.

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