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]>> The 56-year-old man accused to sending parcel bombs to prominent Trump critics, top Democrats and CNN, has been charged with five federal crimes. Florida resident Cesar Sayoc, seen here at a 2016 Trump rally, now faces up to 48 years in prison.>> We will not tolerate such lawlessness, especially not political violence.
>> Officials say four suspicious packages were found on Friday alone, bringing the total to 14. And though none of the devices exploded, FBI Director Christopher Wray said they posed a serious threat.>> Though we're still analyzing the devices in our laboratory, these are not hoax devices.>> Ray said agents identified Sayoc by a fingerprint on a package sent to Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
Ray North Sessions offered a motive for the crimes, but public records show Sayoc, a registered Republican in Florida, had a lengthy criminal history. And after his arrest, FBI agents hauled away this van plastered with pro-Trump stickers, images of Democrats in crosshairs, and the slogan CNN Sucks.>> As you know the suspect has been captured, great job.
>> Trump praised law enforcement for the arrest hours after tweeting the quote, bomb stuff was taking attention away from the polls.>> We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican Party.
We didn't not use that heinous attempt to mass murder for political gain because that would have been wrong. It would've been the wrong thing to do.
>> Authorities are still investigating whether there are other suspects in the case, and a source told Reuters they cannot rule out more arrests.