Cesar Sajoc an avid Trump supporter turned his loyalty to president to hatred of Democrats.
Published October 26, 2018
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — The accused mail bomber, who allegedly sent 13 devices to former President Bill Clinton, former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and other critics of Donald Trump, was reported as being a member of the Seminole of Tribe of Florida.
Arrested this morning in Plantation, Florida, Cesar Sayoc, Jr., 56, is in custody of law enforcement. The arrest came after the bombs were sent through the U.S. Postal Service, beginning Monday and continued until this morning. Federal investigators discovered Sayoc’s fingerprints on some of the bomb materials.
On the van that is believed to be owned by Sayoc in an Auto Zone store, near where he was arrested, were pro-Trump and other Republican stickers.
Additionally, he has some materials that referenced the Seminole Tribe.
After of the Oct. 26 arrest of mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc Jr., some outlets reported that he is a citizen of the Seminole Tribe of Florida without confirmation from the tribe.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida issued the following statement this afternoon:
“We can find no evidence that Cesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri Sayoc, Ceasar Altieri Randazzo (Facebook) or Julus Cesar Milan (Twitter) is or was a member or employee of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, or is or was an employee of Seminole Gaming or Hard Rock International. At this time, we cannot verify if he is or was an employee of a vendor company.”
Sayoc, who has numerous arrests in southern Florida, is listed as a member of the Republican Party.
None of the pipe bombs sent through the mail detonated and no one was injured. The investigation continues into how the bombs were constructed and whether or not they were intended to be detonated.