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Deputy James Piper, 59, resigned from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office after sending the "joke" bomb.
"They hired us to kill all of Donald Trump family," one of the letters stated.
"Keep F***ing with the NRA and you will be DOA," the letter reportedly read.
"A maniac Trump supporter threw piss on us," the women said in a police report.
Marriott said it received an alert from an "internal security tool" regarding an attempt to tap the Starwood U.S. guest reservation database on September 8.
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Cesar Sayoc, the suspected pipe bomber who targeted several prominent Democrats and anti-Trump supporters, was indicted on 30 counts in a federal court Friday. Former President Barack Obama wasn't on the targeted list, despite previous reports.
"These threats are not isolated but a part of a larger assault on the norms that uphold our democracy," Steyer's office said in a statement about this latest package.
Trump expressed outrage over the fact that his "name [was] associated with this crazy bomber" over reporting on the arrest of Cesar Sayoc, the man suspected of mailing out pipe bombs to high-profile detractors of the U.S. leader.
In a Monday-morning tweet, the president again referred to the press as the "true enemy of the people."
"It's a small strip center and no other business was vandalized, so it was obviously politically motivated."
"They act like they are the victims, that they've done nothing wrong to deserve this."
Cesar Sayoc Jr. has been charged with mailing explosive devices to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, CNN, and other leading critics of Donald Trump.