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An explosive device was "proactively detonated" on Monday after it was found near the Westchester home of billionaire George Soros, according to a report.
The New York Times, citing a law enforcement official, reported that it was unclear if Soros was home at the time. Federal and local authorities responded to the location in Katonah, N.Y., which is in the town of Bedford.
The Bedford Police Department told Fox News that a suspicious package was found in a mailbox. The contents looked like an explosive device, according to an employee at one of the homes in the area. The package was placed in a wooded area while authorities investigated. Police referred Fox News to the F.B.I's New York office, which did not confirm the report.
It was only a matter of time before something like this would happen. With all the Right Wing hate and conspiracy theories about Soros is anyone surprised a nutter would try to murder him and anyone close to him?
The contents looked like an explosive device,
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Breakthestreak
Not that that would ever happen because he has the best security in the world but if he was I predict the majority of his Haters would not celebrate such a thing because it's deplorable. The Left rather see him voted out or better yet, impeached/imprisoned but never murdered. Why? Because one, it's deplorable and two, it makes him out to be a martyr. No one on the Left, Center or whatever wants any of that.
Besides, like Soros, Trump is old and eats like a teenager. If anything is going to take him out it will be heart failure. Tis the American way. Although, he has the best socialized medicine in the US so he might just survive any heart attack.
An employee that works at the home found the package and opened it, revealing what appeared to be an explosive device, according to a press release from the Bedford Police Department. The employee then placed the package in a wooded area until authorities arrived.
The incident came to light after police received a phone call on Monday from 168 Cantitoe Street — near Soros's home — about a "suspicious package found in the mailbox," according to the police statement.