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In less than a week, at least ten potentially explosive devices were sent to Democrat and President Trump critics across the country, and at least one of them passed a large US mail sorting facility in Opa-locka, Florida. Near Miami, according to several reports.
The Miami Herald, citing a federal detective familiar with the investigation, reports that the package sent by the facility is likely to end that Wednesday in the South Florida office of US Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz  This package was originally sent to the office of former US Attorney General Eric Holder. It was not delivered and instead was sent to the labeled return address listed as Wasserman Schultz's office.
Before the package arrived there, the Herald reported that it had been diverted through the mail sorting facility Opa-Locka.
Federal Agents and the Miami Police Department of Dade County raided the facility on Thursday night, according to Herald Reuters and Associated Press. It was reported that no potentially explosive devices were found.
"A search for a postal database has revealed that at least some could have been shipped from Florida," reports the AP.
Hundreds of thousands of packages flow into the facility's day – it's the size of five football fields, reports the Herald .
Packages containing devices that seem like explosive devices are starting to show on Monday, starting with billionaire George Soros, a big donor to Democrats and Democratic causes.
Packages have also been addressed to former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, MPs Maxine Waters, D-Calif and – for CNN – former CIA director John Brennan. One was also addressed to the actor Robert De Niro, a tough Trump critic.
All were sent in similar Manila envelopes – Wasserman Schultz was listed as sender, her last name misspelled.
All packages were either intercepted or discovered; nobody detonated and nobody was hurt. Nevertheless, the authorities treat them as "living devices" rather than "joke devices," New York Police Commissioner James O & Neill said Thursday.
An FBI investigation is still in progress.