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The Manhattan prosecutor investigating Trump received a letter threatening to kill him with a white powder

2023-03-24T19:59:21.384Z


The substance, which investigators later determined was not dangerous, was found in a letter addressed to District Attorney Alvin Bragg, according to law enforcement sources.


By Jonathan Dienst, Dareh Gregorian and Laura Jarrett -

NBC News

The FBI and New York police are investigating a letter containing a death threat and white powder that was mailed to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whose office is investigating former President Donald Trump, law enforcement sources told NBC News.

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The letter was addressed to Bragg and read: "ALVIN: I'M GOING TO KILL YOU!!!!!!!!!" the sources said.

It contained a small amount of white powder.

There were no evacuations or injuries, authorities said.

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In a statement, the prosecutor's office said the letter "was immediately contained and determined to be free of any hazardous substances by the NYPD Emergency Services Unit and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection."

The letter comes after Trump falsely announced that he would be arrested for the investigation last Tuesday and that people should get out.

to “protest”.

His rhetoric has grown more heated in the days since, including warning him on his social media website early Friday of "potential death and destruction" if the prosecutor indicts him.

This is a developing story.

Please check back for updates.

Source: telemundo

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