Cesar Altieri Sayoc Jr., 56, was arrested on a plantation Friday when he sent a bomb device to the Democratic Party leadership, including former President Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. His nationality is American. Sayoc is a registered Republican from South Florida. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, but he stayed in Florida. He graduated in 1980 from the North Miami Beach High School, the last known address was Aventura in Miami Dade County. According to several media reports, Sayoc’s white van was forfeited in an auto parts shop. As reported, it had several stickers for parent stamps.
According to the courts and other public records the AP has acquired, Sayoc has long criminal and court records in Florida. He was convicted of theft, theft of property and the crime of transport charge. In 2002, he was convicted with the threat of “throw, order, throw away, spend destructive equipment”. I received it
According to Ronald Lowy, a Miami lawyer representing him, Sayoc was threatened in August 2002 with a public utility in Florida to drop a bomb. According to the court records of Dade County, after a judge signed a dismissal certificate in November 2002, Sayoc made a probationary year. According to SunSentinel, Sayoc told FPL that the explosion was “worse than 9-11”.
Lowy said to AP, Sayoc said, “He raised an oral threat when he was disappointed with the lack of service.” According to Lowy, Sayoc could not secure his threat with bombing experience.
The lawyer says Sayok was a coachbuilder at the time and showed no political trend, except that he glued a car he owned to an Indian shield with plaster.
According to court records, Sayoc was convicted of assault and theft in Broward County in the 1990s and found guilty of fraudulent eviction and evidence in 2004.