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November 01, 2018
Beto O'Rourke campaign claims pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc threatened him earlier this year
Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc planned 'terrorist attack' since July, prosecutors say
Prosecutors: Links to pipe bomb mailings found on suspect's laptop, phone
Viral photo does not show pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc with a 'Democrat Donor'
Trump bears moral responsibility for pipe bombs. Denying it just makes things worse.

Beto O'Rourke campaign claims pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc threatened him earlier this year

Washington Examiner
Beto O'Rourke campaign claims pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc threatened him earlier this year  Washington ExaminerFull coverage
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Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc planned 'terrorist attack' since July, prosecutors say

WTVD-TV
The man accused of mailing more than a dozen pipe bombs to prominent Democrats, other high-profile liberal figures and CNN had been plotting the "domestic terrorist attack" for months, prosecutors said.
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Prosecutors: Links to pipe bomb mailings found on suspect's laptop, phone

UPI.com
Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Mail bomber suspect Cesar Sayoc had planned a "domestic terror attack" as far back as July, federal prosecutors say in newly-filed court documents. In a letter to District Judge Edwin Torres, prosecutors from the U.S.
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Viral photo does not show pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc with a 'Democrat Donor'

PolitiFact (blog)
A viral photo depicting Cesar Sayoc, a supporter of President Donald Trump who was charged Monday with five federal crimes in connection with 14 explosive packages sent to Democrats and CNN, claims he’s pictured with a "Democrat Donor."
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Trump bears moral responsibility for pipe bombs. Denying it just makes things worse.

USA TODAY
Chris Truax, Opinion contributor Published 3:15 a.m. ET Nov. 1, 2018 Nothing Trump has said is illegal, but not everything legal is wise. His reckless rhetoric is inciting violence from fanatics such as Cesar Sayoc.Cesar Sayoc's van, covered in political stickers supporting Donald Trump and opposing the president's critics.(Photo: Imon Karim/USA TODAY Network)
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Peter Strzok - Google News: Seven Cases of Democrats Being Offensive the Nets Are Burying - NewsBusters (press release) (blog)
FBI raids Pain Management Associates clinics — 5 insights
FBI: NY has second-highest rate of political hacking in US
fbi surveillance - Google News: Suspect sought by FBI dead in apparent suicide - San Antonio ... - mySanAntonio.com

Peter Strzok - Google News: Seven Cases of Democrats Being Offensive the Nets Are Burying - NewsBusters (press release) (blog)

FBI from mikenova (25 sites)
To hear the liberal media tell it, you’d think Donald Trump and the Republicans are solely responsible for lowering the public discourse. NBC’s Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, squarely placed the blame on the President: “We’ve seen this rise in sort of hot political rhetoric....We’ve seen a rise in hate-filled speech...we have a problem and we have a President who doesn’t seem to believe he has a role to play in dealing with it.
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FBI raids Pain Management Associates clinics — 5 insights

Becker's ASC Review
FBI raids Pain Management Associates clinics — 5 insights Written by Angie Stewart | October 31, 2018 | Print  | Email FBI agents visited several Pain Management Associates locations during an investigation Oct.
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FBI: NY has second-highest rate of political hacking in US

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fbi surveillance - Google News: Suspect sought by FBI dead in apparent suicide - San Antonio ... - mySanAntonio.com

FBI from mikenova (25 sites)
The San Antonio Police Department and FBI are investigating the apparent suicide of a man who was about to be arrested Wednesday, law enforcement sources confirmed to the San Antonio Express-News.
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