While FBI was examining an explosive device which was rescued in a mailbox of the US liberal donor, as well as billionaire George Soros at his home in New York. The investigating officials confirmed that it was a target of right-wing groups.

An employee discovers the sceptical package in the mailbox at the residence of Belford, in the north of the Manhattan. According to the Bedford police, while it was opened an explosive device has been appeared.

The local police department claimed in a statement, “ The employee placed the package in a wooded area and called the Bedford police”.

According to Bedford police, while the technicians of the bomb squad department defused the device, Soros was not present at his home. His home was one type of prosperous enclave which is tied with rich and famous moderation of Manhattan.

According to the police the entire case has been turned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force Division while an “extensive investigation” has been started.

The field officer of FBI in New York told on Twitter, “ we are conducting an investigation at and around a residence in Bedford. There is no threat to public safety, and we have no further comment at this time”.

According to the Forbes magazine the enclosure fund tycoon of 88 years old who was born in a Jewish family in Hungary and as the richest man of the world he has an evaluated net worth of $8.3 billion.

The trader of Wall Street became a known person as “the man who broke the bank of England”, while his aggressive deliberation against sterling pushes it smashing down out of the exchange mechanism in Europe.

 

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