Suspected Florida mail bomber had a list of targets ‘in the hundreds’

Suspected Florida mail bomber had a list of targets ‘in the hundreds’

Suspected Florida mail bomber had a list of targets ‘in the hundreds’

According to a 2012 bankruptcy petition filed in Miami, Sayoc resided at the time at his mother's home. Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray declined to talk about the potential political motivations but Sessions did say this: "He may have been a partisan. appears to be partisan, but that will be determined as the case goes forward".

During today's court hearing, scheduled to begin at 2 p.m., U.S. Magisrate Judge Edwin Torres will explain the charges against him and inform Sayoc of his rights in the courtroom.

Sayoc is a registered Republican whose arrest record in Florida dates back to 1991 and includes felony theft, drug and fraud charges, as well as allegations that he threatened to use a bomb, public records show.

Sayoc is expected to appear in court on Monday in Miami.

The bubble-wrapped manila envelopes, addressed to Democrats such as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and intercepted from DE to California, held vital forensic evidence that investigators say they leveraged to arrest Sayoc four days after the investigation started.

In the hours before Sayoc was taken into custody, he was doing what he enjoyed: spinning Top 40 hits overlooking the stage at the Ultra Gentlemen's Club in Palm Beach, Florida.

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The lawyer said Sayoc was a bodybuilder then, and displayed no political leanings except for plastering a vehicle he owned with Native American signs.

Speaking to reporters on Friday, the president said he knows the pipe bomb suspect was a supporter, but he bears "no blame" for his actions.

And even as Sayoc was being detained, officials with Democratic Sen.

Ritchie reported the tweet immediately and blocked Sayoc.

A Twitter spokesperson declined to comment, citing the ongoing law enforcement investigation.

He is planning at least 10 rallies over the five-day stretch before the elections. The profile, under Cesar Altieri, describes experience as a booker and promoter of burlesque and Chippendale's shows.

Sayoc was arrested at an AutoZone in Aventura, Fla. "You don't find prominent Democrats who are leading chants with violent overtones like "Lock her up, ' 'CNN sucks" ― all the kinds of attempts to play to people's strongest emotions", Steyer said.

AG Sessions confirmed Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Florida was arrested in South Florida and is being questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

FBI Director Christopher A. Wray said that the bureau was still trying to determine if Sayoc's bombs were "functional" but noted that they contained "energetic material" that could be risky. Fiori said the arrested man did not resist and "had that look of, 'I'm done, I surrender"'.

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