New Suspicious Package Sent to CNN

New Suspicious Package Sent to CNN

New Suspicious Package Sent to CNN

A suspicious package addressed to CNN's office in Atlanta was intercepted on Monday, the network said, adding that all of its mail is being screened off-site.

CNN broke the news of the latest package Monday, saying in a statement that "another suspicious package" addressed to the news organization at a post office in Atlanta.

It's unclear whether Sayoc is suspected to be responsible for the most recent suspicious package sent to CNN. The FBI says DNA evidence from at least two of the packages also points to him as the suspect.

All mail at all of CNN's domestic bureaus has been screened at off-site facilities since Wednesday, so the package would have not come to the building.

"Our screening process is working", Zucker told employees. The newest package surfaced in their Atlanta office on Monday.

As a result of Wednesday's package, all mail destined for CNN's USA offices is now being screened first at off-site facilities. He was arrested last Friday and is due in court on federal charges.

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Another suspicious package addressed to CNN has been intercepted.

CNN emphasized that mail sent to its NY offices is now being screened at an offsite facility, as is the case for all mail sent to CNN's domestic bureaus.

The package was intercepted 3 days after a man was arrested for sending parcel bombs to democrats.

Terry Turchie, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence officer, said Friday night on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" that decades-old technology - fingerprints - matched a package to the suspect. Several other identical devices were sent to prominent Democrats, including former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton.

Donald Trump, Sunday night and Monday morning, blamed the press for the slew of bombs sent to his critics, as well as the synagogue slaughter of 11 by an alt-right subscriber intent on killing Jews he believed were financing a caravan of killers bound for the southern border.

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