Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Federal Bureau of Investigation says suspicious mail to CNN neutralized

Federal Bureau of Investigation says suspicious mail to CNN neutralized

This image obtained Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, and provided by ABC News shows a package addressed to former Central Intelligence Agency head John Brennan and an explosive device that was sent to CNN's NY office.

CNN disclosed Monday that another suspicious packaged addressed to the all-news cabler has been discovered at a postal facility in Atlanta.

"There is no imminent danger to the CNN Center", Zucker said in the statement.

According to CBS News, the package that was intercepted in Atlanta was similar to 14 others that were sent to high-profile newsmakers and CNN's NY bureau since October 23.

It was unclear if the latest package was part of the same pattern. Despite Sayoc's arrest, the authorities have warned that there may be other packages that were still working their way through the postal system.

The Time Warner Center, where CNN's NY operation is located, was evacuated on Wednesday after a suspicious package turned up there. Since then, the network has instituted additional mail security.

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According to CNN president Jeff Zucker, there is no current threat to the network's employees, and furthermore that all mail is being delivered and screened at a secure site beforehand.

Sayoc is due to appear in court in Miami later today.

Federal prosecutors want no bail for a man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats around the country. The newest package surfaced in their Atlanta office on Monday. This is the third suspicious package sent to the cable news organization in less than a week. He was expected to be formally charged on Monday.

An initial hearing is set Monday afternoon in Florida federal court for 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc, who faces five federal charges.

The FBI said it linked Sayoc by connecting him to fingerprint on one of the envelopes, as well as a possible DNA match from two of the devices.

Sayoc is being prosecuted in NY, so his Florida hearing will likely be brief and process-oriented.

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