Listen: Package bomb suspect faces up to 58 years in prison, Justice Department says
"The determination of the Justice department and the nation's law enforcement law and order administration. We will not tolerate such lawlessness, especially not political. Aaron Katersky has more details on how they track down. South Florida's Caesar say on June quitter account identified by the department of Justice as belonging to Caesar CEO, Kevin of Florida is full of right wing content and aggressive criticism of prominent liberal figures, including some of the intended recipients of the improvised explosive devices, he is now charged with sending attorney general Jeff Sessions was asked about motive may have been a part if appears to be a partisan was arrested at the autozone in plantation, Florida after the FBI found a fingerprint on one of the packages and his DNA on some wires. He will go before a judge on Monday could face fifty eight. Eight years in prison or even"