Suspected mail bomber headed to Miami court on Monday

Suspected mail bomber headed to Miami court on Monday

Suspected mail bomber headed to Miami court on Monday

The man suspected of sending 14 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats around the country will be formally charged in court Monday.

Some of the devices were discovered in New York City and Westchester County.

The US documentarian captured former bouncer, strip club DJ and pizza delivery driver Sayoc, who is accused of sending 13 explosive devices to targets including Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, at the rally in Florida, while making his recent movie Fahrenheit 11/9.

Other packages were sent to billionaire philanthropist George Soros, Senator Cory Booker, ex-CIA director John Brennan, former National Intelligence Director James Clapper and anti-Trump activist Tom Steyer. Another sticker targeted the television news network Trump calls "Fake News", saying, "CNN Sucks".

The envelopes, addressed to Democrats such as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and intercepted from DE to California, held vital evidence investigators said they used to arrest Sayoc on Friday outside of Miami.

Sayac, pictured after a previous arrest, faces up to 56 years in jail if convicted on all counts. Kamala Harris of California said investigators were looking at a package sent to her office.

Sayoc, who has NY ties and was born in Brooklyn, was arrested Friday in South Florida.

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Friday night, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents questioned a person at a Broward County residence with a potential connection to Sayoc, but nothing came of the interview, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the probe.

A registered Republican, Sayoc's political views were evident on social media, railing against Democrats, Muslims and liberals in Facebook and Twitter posts.

After the identity of the suspected mail bomber was revealed last week, The New York Times and The Washington Post linked the incident to President Donald Trump.

The next morning, he was taken into custody near an auto parts store in Plantation, Florida, north of Miami.

Authorities were at that very moment linking DNA found on two bomb packages to a sample that was previously collected by the state of Florida and matching his fingerprints to one from a separate mailing that law enforcement officials said Sayoc sent.

As the Federal Bureau of Investigation worked around the clock, and as Americans were busy debating the hard-edged political climate and whether Trump had fanned the flames with his rhetoric, it was business as usual for Sayoc as he took to Twitter to denigrate targets like Soros.

"The judge looked at him, look at the prosecutor, and they saw this wasn't an individual who doesn't have that capacity and they put him on probation", Lowy said. The package featured a Camden, New Jersey, address, reports NBC News, but may have ended up in Florida because of its return address - the other packages listed Rep. The Secret Service said neither package reached its intended recipient.

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