(Worthy News) - Former FBI agents have warned against jumping to conclusions about why mail bombs were sent to President Trump's political enemies.
While speculation about the reason the packages were mailed this week runs from an effort to murder the addressees to a "false flag" campaign to damage Republicans ahead of the midterm election, experienced investigators say it is is difficult to deduce much about the bombmaker or his or her motive based on available public details.
Often, they caution, motives are not what they at first appear.
“I wouldn't eliminate Republican leanings or Democratic leanings. The bottom line is, it is a political message that someone is sending out,” said 35-year FBI veteran James Wedick. "You have to ask, 'What message was being sent?'” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]
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