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Two suspicious packages found, manhunt in Florida

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There are again two suspicious packages found in the United States, intended for James Clapper, former head of the American intelligence services and Democratic senator Cory Booker. Meanwhile, the focus of the manhunt for the perpetrator

After Wednesday and Thursday 10-bound bomb parcels were found at American Democratic politicians and other critics of president Donald Trump, was on Friday senator Cory Booker of New Jersey at the turn. A package that was meant for him, was intercepted in a postsorteerkantoor in Florida.

CNN was then announced that the following Wednesday a second suspect package was sent. The recipient of that package was James Clapper, the director of the national intelligence agencies under the previous president, Barack Obama.

In Opa-Locka, in northwest Miami, combed the ontmijningsdienst together with federal agents a postdistributiecentrum. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen stated that is certainly a part of the bound bomb parcels from Florida were sent. “I am confident that the perpetrator or perpetrators will be punished.’

According to a source within the federal security services were bound bomb parcels created in a way that is easy on the internet can be found. Yet, the security services assume that they are real bombs. ‘It remains possible that there are other packets sent were or will be’, warned FBI chief William Sweeney.

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