NEW YORK (AP) – A man in Florida was guilty on Thursday that CNN would send pipe bombs and the most prominent critics of President Donald Trump suffered from any but surviving political violence in the US.
Cesar Sayoc, 57, defamed when he sued a federal judge in New York.
"I'm very sorry," he said, adding that he never went to facilities
He was able to live in prison, convicting 12 September. 65, including the use of weapons of mass destruction and the sending of explosives for killing. In response to his guilt, prosecutors abandoned the compulsory life sentence.
Sayoc was charged with sending the original bombs – none of them was detonated – up to 16 goals, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, former vice president Joe Biden, several members of Congress, former President Barack Obama and actor Robert De Niro. Devices were also sent to CNN offices in New York and Atlanta.
Bombs began a week before the hotly disputed middle lands, contributing to an already strained political environment.
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