The Florida man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump was indicted Friday on charges carrying a potential penalty of life in prison.
By Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
Cesar Sayoc, who was transferred from federal custody in Florida, hugged his lawyer after a hearing in which Assistant U.S. Attorney Jane Kim called him "a serious risk of danger to the public and a flight risk."…
By Jim Mustian, Associated Press
Pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc searched for addresses of his targets online and had photos of many of them on his cellphone, including one of Michelle Obama's driver's license, federal prosecutors said in a letter outlining more evidence against him.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
CNN's management has taken an aggressive stance against attacks from President Donald Trump after the network was sent explosive devices from a man who allegedly targeted Trump's perceived enemies.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
By Curt Anderson, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The man suspected of sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and other opponents of President Donald Trump kept a list of elected officials and others who investigators believe were intended targets, an official told The Associated Press on Monday.
In our news wrap Monday, federal prosecutors asked a Miami judge to deny bail for Cesar Sayoc, the man who allegedly sent bombs to top Democrats and critics of President Trump. The FBI said a new package sent to CNN…
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