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Cesar Sayoc: US mail bombs suspect pleads guilty

BBC News Thursday, 21 March 2019
Cesar Sayoc: US mail bombs suspect pleads guiltyThe Florida man suspected of mailing bombs to Trump critics has reversed his initial not guilty plea.
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The Florida man accused of sending mail bombs to CNN offices and prominent Democrats pleaded guilty on Thursday in Manhattan federal court to 65 felony counts, including using weapons of mass destruction in an attempted domestic terrorist attack.

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