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Cesar Sayoc: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Cesar Sayoc: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Cesar Altieri Sayoc has been arrested in connection with the suspicious packages that were sent across the country to high-profile Democratic politicians and liberal personalities, as well as to CNN’s headquarters in New York City. Sayoc was first named as the suspect by NY1’s Myles Miller. Sayoc is 54 years old and is a resident of Aventura, Florida. Sayoc is originally from the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.

It was CNN’s reporter, Shimon Prokupecz, who first tweeted that a suspect had been taken into custody. The arrest took place in Plantation, Florida, on the morning of October 26. Plantation is a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, located a few miles west of the city. Multiple sources reported that Sayoc’s arrest took place outside of an auto parts store close to State Road 7 and Southwest 6th Street in the area.

At least some of suspicious packages contained explosive devices, authorities said. Law enforcement officials said that the packages were “nearly identical” to each other. It had earlier been reported that the investigation into the packages was focused in Florida.

According to the FBI, all of the suspicious items were sent in manila envelopes with bubble wrap interior. The packages had computer-printed address labels and each envelope had six Forever stamps. All of the packages had a return address of “DEBBIE WASSERMAN SHULTZ” [sic] in Florida. Nobody was hurt by the explosives, which were all intercepted and successfully disabled by law enforcement officials.

One of the packages was addressed to former Attorney General Eric Holder but did not reach its intended destination. It was rerouted to the return address in Florida. A senior law enforcement official later confirmed that a package had been sent to California senator Kamala Harris and had been intercepted in Florida.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Sayoc Is a Registered Republican; His Family Was Involved in Fighting the Communist Party of the Philippines

According to online records, Sayoc is a registered Republican, who registered with the GOP in Florida in March 2016. Sayoc, who goes by Cesar Altieri Randazzo on Facebook,attended a Donald Trump rally in October 2016 and posted a video. The Facebook page has since been taken down.

On his LinkedIn page, Sayoc says that his grandfather, Col. Baltazar Zook Sayoc, was a martial arts practitioner who developed his own style of fighting, Sayoc Kali. Sayoc says that style was used to fight the Communist Party of the Philippines. Here is a detailed website about the fighting style.

On that LinkedIn profile, Sayoc calls himself a promoter, booking agent and choreographer of a male stripping show as well as burlesque shows in the Miami-area. Sayoc says that he graduated from Brevard College, N.C./Univ of N.C. at Charlotte.” Sayoc says he attained a Bachelor of Arts in numerous subjects as well as studying veterinary medicine. Sayoc writes on that profile that it was his dream to become a “horse doctor.” Sayoc says on his Twitter page that he is a former professional soccer player and cage fighter. The Sun Sentinel reports that Sayoc is the owner of two businesses, Native American Catering and Ver Tech AG.

2. Sayoc Tweeted Regularly of His Belief that Florida Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum Was Funded by George Soros

Sayoc tweeted regularly about his belief that Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum was funded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros. Gillum faces off against Republican Ron DeSantis on November 6. On October 24, Sayoc tweeted to gossip site TMZ, “We Unconquered Seminole, Tribe,entire Hard Rock,Millions ofour custom say absolutely NO to Andrew Gillum can’t handle his own city Tallahassee,Fl Leon county highest crime ever 4 yrs 70.60%in state Fla.Gillum plan tax all businesses 40%, that stop business.Under FBI investigation.”

Sayoc sent an angry message to TMZ on Twitter on October 19 that read, “You biggest piece crap media TMZ , that were complete silent Obama separating kids . Shut your hole TMZ before u end like media slime Saudi Arabia. No one deserves it better than fake fraud Washington Amazin owned post . We Unconquered Seminole Tribe agree.”


3. Sayoc Was Charged With Making a Bomb Threat in 2002

Sayoc has been arrested several times in Broward County, Florida, dating back to 1991, court records show. His most recent arrest in Broward was in 2014. In 2002, he was charged with making a bomb threat in Dade County, Florida. He was sentenced to one year of probation. Prosecutors agreed to withhold adjudication of the felony charge, meaning it was dismissed after he completed the probation in 2003.

In 1991, Sayoc was charged with third-degree grand theft, a felony. He pleaded guilty that same year and was sentenced to two years of probation. In 1994, his mother sought a domestic violence injunction against Sayoc, court records show.

Sayoc was arrested on drug charges in 2004. He was accused of possession and sale of steroids, along with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, tampering with evidence, filing fraudulent tax returns, criminal use of personal ID info and possession or unlawful issue of a driver’s license. He pleaded guilty that same year and was sentenced to 18 months of probation.

In 2013, Sayoc was charged with battery and third-degree grand theft, a felony. He pleaded guilty in 2014 and was sentenced to probation. In 2009, Sayoc was charged with operating without a valid license, not having insurance and not having a tag light and was fined after pleading guilty to the misdemeanor charges. In 2014, Sayoc was arrested on a petit theft charge and violation of probation. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail.

Sayoc filed for bankruptcy in 2012 and was not married at the time. He was working as a store manager at a supermarket in Hollywood, Florida, at the time. He was also arrested on theft charges in Dade and Palm Beach counties in 1992 and 2015.


4. Political Commentator Rochelle Ritchie Says Sayoc Sent Her Threatening Messages After She Appeared on Fox

After Sayoc’s arrest, a woman named Rochelle Ritchie came forward to say that Sayoc had threatened her over social media in the past. Ritchie is a political commentator who once served as the spokeswoman for the Baltimore City State Prosecutor’s office. Ritchie says that she got threats from Sayoc and that she reported them to Twitter — but, Ritchie says, Twitter ignored the threats.

After Sayoc’s arrest, she wrote, “Hey @Twitter remember when I reported the guy who was making threats towards me after my appearance on @FoxNews and you guys sent back a bs response about how you didn’t find it that serious. Well guess what it’s the guy who has been sending #bombs to high profile politicians!!!!”

Sayoc also used his Twitter account to make threats against the Hollywood producer Ron Howard. Just a few weeks before his arrest, Sayoc wrote, “Hey slime sack you movie and u puppet suck.U like make threat Beverly Hills bitch.We Unconquered Seminole Tribe are going answer your threats pathetic scum.We have air boat tour of our Swamp Everglades.Hug your loved ones real close everytime U leave your home.See u soon silence”


5. Coincidentally, Hillary Clinton Was Campaigning in Florida When a Device Was Mailed to Her New York Home

The Secret Service announced that, late on the night of October 23, Secret Service personnel recovered a package that was addressed to First Lady Hillary Clinton. The package was addressed to Clinton’s home in Westchester County, New York. A routine screening showed that the package contained an explosive device and, according to an announcement by the Secret Service, the package was “appropriately handled” so that nobody was hurt. Former president Bill Clinton was at home when the package was discovered, but Hillary was campaigning for Democrats in Florida.

Early in the morning of October 24, the Secret Service intercepted a package addressed to former president Barack Obama in Washington D.C. Technicians handling the packages recognized that it may have contained an explosive device and handled it “appropriately” so that nobody was hurt. Authorities told the New York Times that the devices sent to Clinton and Obama were “similar” to the pipe bomb that was sent to Soros earlier in the week.

A mailbox stands in front of the Bedford residence of billionaire George Soros on October 23, 2018 in Bedford, New York.

Police say they believe that the package containing the pipe bomb was hand-deliveredto Soros’ residence. Postal inspectors said the package may have been marked up to make it look as if it had gone through the mail. The mail carriers on Soros’s route did not recognize the package.

On October 24, the NYPD was called to the Time Warner Center in Manhattan to inspect a “suspicious package” found on the premises. The Time Warner Center, in midtown Manhattan, is home to the headquarters of CNN. The package was addressed to John Brennan, the former head of the CIA; reports said that it contained what looked like a pipe bomb with a picture of the ISIS flag alongside Brennan’s face.

The building was evacuated while law enforcement officials carried out a full inspection of the premises. People were warned to avoid the area near Columbus Circle, which is one of New York’s busiest traffic hubs and a major tourist attraction.

Brennan had sharp words for the president, writing on social media that Trump’s “inflammatory rhetoric” and “lies” were “disgraceful.” Brennan struck at Trump on Twitter on Thursday morning, after the president said that “fake news” bears responsibility for a lot of the “anger” in today’s society.

According to the FBI, all of the suspicious items were sent in manila envelopes with bubble wrap interior. The packages had computer-printed address labels and each envelope had six Forever stamps. All of the packages had a return address of “DEBBIE WASSERMAN SHULTZ” [sic] in Florida. Nobody was hurt by the explosives, which were all intercepted and successfully disabled by law enforcement officials.

A fifth package was addressed to former Attorney General Eric Holder but did not reach its intended destination. It was rerouted to the return address in Florida.

In the early morning hours of October 25, a suspicious package was intercepted at the Tribeca office of Robert De Niro. Authorities said the package was in a manila envelope, like the ones addressed to Obama, Clinton, and Brennan. Like those packages, it also bore the return address of Debbie Wasserman Schultz and had six Forever stamps on it. Law enforcement sources told CNN that — using x-rays — they could tell that there was what looked like an explosive device inside the package.

Also on Thursday morning, authorities said they had intercepted a suspicious package addressed to former vice president Joe Biden. The package was not delivered because it didn’t have enough postage.

Over the years, George Soros has attracted a lot of anger and criticism from populists and Republicans. The Hungarian-born financier is a leading funder of liberal causes and of Democratic politicians. But he has also been accused of financing Democratic protesters and activists.

Recently, a Republican politician from Florida, Matt Gaetz, shared a video which implied that Soros was funding Honduran immigrants (the so-called “Caravan of Migrants”) to leave their homes and march north to the United States. And, separately, an ad by the National Republican Congressional Committee portrayed Soros sitting behind big wads of cash and said that he “owned” Dan Feehan, the Democrat running for Congress in Minnesota’s first congressional district. That ad also said that “Democratic mobs” were being paid to riot in the streets.

Source: heavy.com

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