Donald Trump Says Cesar Sayoc Arrested

Who is Cesar Altieri Sayoc?

Long before Cesar Sayoc was arrested for allegedly sending pipe bombs to critics of US President Donald Trump, the 56-year-old former stripper with a long arrest record threatened to bomb a power company and posted angry rants.

“He was like a 14-year-old in an adult’s body and the kind of arrests he had were reflective of that,” Ron Lowy, his former attorney and now the lawyer for Sayoc’s family, told.

Where was he arrested?

Sayoc was arrested in Plantation, Florida at a car parts store and charged with sending package bombs to former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other public figures Trump has frequently derided.

Work Life

Sayoc has worked as a male stripper, a professional wrestler, a store manager, and a club promoter.

In pic: Aventura City police officers stand across the street from the condo building that has a possible connection to alleged bomber Cesar Sayoc and his mother in Aventura, Florida.

White van

His white van, which authorities seized, had numerous pro-Trump signs in the windows, including a drawing depicting the president standing on top of a tank emblazoned with “Trump.” The van also had photos of Clinton and other Democrats with bulls eyes superimposed on their faces.

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Angry posts

Sayoc’s social media accounts are filled with anti-Democrat sentiments and racist diatribes. But Lowy, his lawyer back in 2002, said his political awakening seemed to be recent. Records show he was a registered Republican.

“His mother confirmed he had never voted …He never had an interest in any type of political issues. His interest was more bodybuilding, night-time, nightclub events.”

According to bankruptcy records in 2012, he had been living with his mother with no furniture then.

Earlier arrests

Sayoc was charged in 2002 with threatening to bomb a power utility for trying to shut off the lights of a Laundromat he owned at the time, telling a company representative it would be ‘worse than September 11th’.

Over the years, he was arrested for domestic violence, theft, and fraud.

Political grievances

Federal officials were unsure of the motive behind his rudimentary package bombs, but he made no secret of his political grievances.

A Facebook profile that appeared to belong to Sayoc featured videos and photos of him at multiple Trump rallies. Several posts contained anti-Muslim statements.

Background

Sayoc attended Brevard College in North Carolina and the University of North Carolina in Charlotte and played soccer for both schools, though he did not graduate either one.

Sayoc’s father was from the Philippines who left the family when the boy was young, and his mother was of Italian ancestry from Brooklyn.

He adopted this claim to be a Seminole because he was trying to create an identity.

Cesar Sayoc: Suspected mail bomber told ex-colleagues ‘everything that

wasn’t white didn’t belong in the world’

The suspected American mail bomber accused of sending explosives to critics of Donald Trump would tell colleagues “everything that wasn’t white didn’t belong in the world,” a former manager has said.

Cesar Sayoc, from Aventura, Florida, has been charged with posting at least 13 devices to people including ex-president Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Democrat donor George Soros, and actor Robert de Niro.

“He was anti-gay, anti-black, anti-Jewish, you name it,” said Debra Gureghian, general manager of the New River Pizza and Fresh Kitchen restaurant in Fort Lauderdale where Mr. Sayoc worked until January.

“Everybody that wasn’t white and wasn’t a white supremacist didn’t belong in the world – that’s what he used to say to me all the time.”

Ms. Gureghian added her employee’s political views “scared” her.

“He knew I was a lesbian and a very proud lesbian and he made it a point to tell me that God had made a mistake with me and that I should burn in hell,” she told the CNN news channel, which was also targetted.

Authorities charged Mr Sayoc, 56, on Friday after tracing him through fingerprints and DNA left on the packages.

Officials revealed he had a long criminal record of relatively minor offenses including theft, steroid possession and, significantly perhaps, making a bomb threat to an energy company.

But they declined to say what they believed motivated him to send this week’s bombs.

Individual.

Nonetheless, court records, social media activity and revelations from those who knew him – including family members – have started to build a picture of a troubled and deeply partisan individual.

“I said, ‘What do you hate for?’” a cousin, Lenny Altieri, told NBC of a 2014 conversation the pair had about racism. “He got very upset with me and that was the last time we spoke.”

Mr. Sayoc, he added, was “built like a freakin’ animal – he took too many steroids, and they make you crazy.”

Among other revelations have been that the registered Republican had attended Trump rallies in the past and boasted of owning $7,000 worth of Trump-branded clothing. He claimed it had all been stolen in 2015, according to a police report from the time.

In another official document – a 2014 deposition uncovered by The Washington Post – he claimed his professional life had included stints as a manager at a strip club,

an owner of a dry-cleaning store, a pro wrestler, a Chippendales dancer and professional soccer player in Milan. None of them appear to have been wholly true.

“He described himself at the center of all these business ventures with all these people. It didn’t seem like it could be true,” David McDonald, the lawyer who dealt with the deposition, told the paper.

On social media meanwhile, Sayoc’s Facebook page, listed under the name Cesar Altieri Randazzo, was filled with right-wing propaganda. One of the posts he shared most recently was from the page called “Handcuffs for Hillary.”

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