The Justice Department is charging Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho and two former bankers from Goldman Sachs with embezzlement.
FBI Director Christopher Wray claims the series of packaged bombs sent to several public figures are not “hoax devices.”During a news conference on Friday, Wray refuted theories the devices were false flags or staged attacks.
The search for Jayme Closs continues as the FBI offers a $25,000 reward and her family speaks out for the first time.
President Trump said those responsible for sending suspicious packages to prominent Democrats and to CNN’s New York offices will be brought to justice.
The Secret service has intercepted two packages containing possible explosive devices that were addressed to the homes of Hillary and Bill Clinton as well as Barack and Michelle Obama.