Here’s the federal court criminal complaint against Cesar Sayoc, mail bombing suspect

Hugh Fox
October 29, 2018

Interstate transportation of an explosive. The newspaper appears to suggest, without saying outright, that Trump's criticism of his opponents fueled Sayoc's mail-bombing spree. The theft of power from the patriarchy that had been in place for 10,000 years.

A Florida man was arrested and was being questioned Friday in connection with the string of pipe bombs sent to prominent critics of President Trump.

"A senior law enforcement official said Sayoc had a list of people in the hundreds, containing politicians, entertainers and news people, and was going down that list to mail out packages", the report added.

But Sayoc didn't just lash out at high profile politicians.

According to the records, he is a registered Republican. In one August 2016 Facebook message, Sayoc wrote that "We 5.4 Million American Indian. are ready for President Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump". Soros was the first recipient of the unsafe packages identified.

Steyer was the intended recipient of one of the more than a dozen pipe bombs that were sent to Trump critics.

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The front page of the print edition of the Post on October 28 blamed Trump for both the synagogue shooting and the mail bombs, proclaiming, in a news headline, that "Trump, allies set the tone for the violence they denounce, critics say".

Lowy said he is concerned that Sayoc's mental health has deteriorated further since then and said his former client cut off all ties with his family three-and-a-half years ago.

Cesar Sayoc, 56, has been identified as the suspect taken into custody in suspicious packages case.

An analysis of news coverage shows that the two newspapers emphasized the facts that fit their narrative and insinuated that Trump was to blame.

And even as Sayoc was being detained, officials with Democratic Sen. "I could really tone it up because as you know the media's been very unfair to me and the Republican Party", he said. The woman, Rochelle Ritchie, reported him to Twitter, but the company found he had not violated any conduct rules. They declined to comment until after the hearing.

He is planning at least 10 rallies over the five-day stretch before the elections. Several posts contained anti-Muslim statements.

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On his LinkedIn account, Sayoc described himself as a choreographer and booking agent for male strippers and burlesque shows. It is not immediately clear if those claims are accurate.

Hours before his arrest, Sayoc was playing music sets at a Florida strip club where he had worked for two months.

The FBI's Atlanta bomb squad and other law enforcement personnel responded after being notified by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Kevin Rowson, an FBI spokesman, said in a statement.

His former boss Debra Gureghian, who manages New River Pizza in Fort Lauderdale, said she didn't think this would happen. He said 50 officers swarmed the suspect's van with their firearms drawn.

"He had that look of, 'I'm done, I surrender, '" Fiori said.

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