Two explosives were found in the post office, which was sent to the offices of former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Secret Service said Wednesday. In a statement, the Secret Service said that he had "two suspicious packages"
The devices resembled those on Monday in the House of English: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=167  Intercepted to intelligence service guardians identified as Mrs. Clinton and Obama  The device, which was addressed to Mrs. Clinton in Westchester County, was found late Tuesday by a Secret Service employee, the Post Office for her office, the statement said. The package, which was addressed to Obama, was caught Wednesday by Secret Service staff in Washington.
The statement said the agency had "launched a comprehensive criminal investigation that would use all available federal, state, and local resources to identify the source of the parcels and identify those responsible."
Mr , Soros & # 39; s house is in a suburb north of New York City. This device was constructed from an approximately six-inch long pipe filled with explosive powder and was "proactively detonated" by bomb-defense engineers, according to one of the officers who had all been informed of the investigation
The Motive The alleged Soros bomber or bomber is unclear, one official said, adding that no responsibility had yet been raised.
Mr. Soros, who has earned his fortune in finance and is now a full-time philanthropist and political activist, is often a subject of right-wing anger. In recent days, some have falsely speculated that he financed a caravan of migrants heading north in Mexico.
It is unclear where exactly the package addressed to Mrs. Clinton was sent. The Clintons and his wife have a home in Chappaqua, a suburb of New York City. They bought their Dutch colonial house with 11 rooms in the affluent enclave in 1999 for $ 1.7 million, as Clinton ended his term in the White House. The decision to settle in Westchester County came when Mrs. Clinton was preparing to run for the New York Senate.
The Clintons were able to buy the house for their boss in the face of the considerable debts resulting from the legal difficulties that followed Clinton's presidency. Fundraiser Terry McAuliffe personally secured a loan.