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October 27, 2018

Pipe-Bomb Suspect Has Long Criminal History Including  Threatening To Blow Up Utility Company In 2002 - Plus Some Strange Anomalies About Official Story

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By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

A Florida man has been taken into custody for the recent slew of "pipe-bomb" devices that have been sent to a number, 12, prominent liberal figures. A look into his history shows a history of criminal arrests and convictions dating back to the 1990s.

His name is Cesar Altieri Sayoc, Jr. A Native American living in Aventura, Florida, but was arrested in Plantation Florida. 

The media will tell their audience that Sayoc is a Trump supporter, and if the stickers on his van are any true indication, that is correct, but what they are downplaying is the suspect, whether convicted of this crime or not, has a long arrest history, because that detracts from the liberal media preferred narrative of blaming President Trump for Sayoc's alleged actions.

In 1990, according to Florida's local ABC10 News, Sayoc was convicted in Broward county for Grand Theft and stolen property charges.

In 2002 Sayoc was arrested in Miami Dade County for a threat to "throw, place, project or discharge any destructive device," while on a phone call with Florida Power & Light utilities company, telling them "It would be worse than September 11th." Court records show he was sentenced to a years probation.

In 2004 Sayoc was charged and convicted on a felony charge of fraudulent refunds and a misdemeanor charge of tampering with physical evidence.

The Daily Caller points out Sayoc started a business in 2016 called "Native American Catering & Vending," and that his "social media accounts suggest that he claims membership in the Seminole tribe. His biography on a Twitter account he operated listed him as an events manager at the Seminole Hard Rock casino."

We also know Mr. Sayoc attended Trump rallies after Donald Trump announced his candidacy in 2015.

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Make no mistake, Sayoc being a Trump supporter has nothing to do with his threats of blowing things up as his 2002 charge and conviction proves, despite what they media claims when they attempt to blame president Trump for the alleged acts of terrorism.

SOME INCONSISTENCIES WITH OFFICIAL STORY

Those are the facts we know so far about Cesar Sayoc. 

These next set of images would have been included into those facts, if it weren't for something very unusual and utterly bizarre that Stefan Stanford highlighted to me as I was writing this piece.

The van believed to belong to Mr. Sayoc, which was impounded by authoritIes after covering it up with a tarp to "preserve evidence," all shows a ton of stickers on the van. On the sides are a number of pro-Trump images, anti-Clinton, anti-Soros, etc....

Coincidentally, before Sayoc was arrested and his van impounded, someone in Florida found the van's stickers and markings to be noteworthy enough to capture two images of it, one of the side of the van, one of the back windows.

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(Images above from JimHeathTV)


As can be seen from the angle of the images above, these were taken, at an unknown time, of the right side of the van and the back of the van.

Next we look to the media's pictures of the van, all apparently of the left side and the back of the van..... please note the back windows and see if you notice anything a bit...... strange.

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CNN did manage to capture on video a portion of the right side of the van as well, showing the same CNN sucks sticker at the bottom, with the image of VP Mike Pence at the top let, showing that the images on the stickers are the same on the right side, but with more stickers below the windows that are shown on the previously captured images.

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What are the odds that someone just happened to take pictures of the van before the arrest, at an intersection (couldn't have been after since the police took possession of it)?

Since we are asking questions, another one would be the chances that a van, covered on both sides, as well as the back windows, could drive around Aventura, Florida, which is 61.65% liberal, and not have it trashed on a regular basis? 

We have all seen the stories, a car with one Trump bumper sticker left at a bar, gets torched, or a person with a Trump flag in their own yard gets physically attacked, along with other examples, yet this guy just casually drove around town in a Trump-Mobile without anyone vandalizing it?

Another anomaly brought up by Infowars is that Sayoc seems to have been known by multiple names. According to that report, on Facebook he was known as "Cesar Altieri Randazzo." A now-deleted video the local news identified him as Ceaser Uyoc. Now we are told his name is Cesar Altier Sayoc.

Then we have the weirdness where we have seen the images of Sayoc wearing a MAGA hat, holding up a Trump sign, with all those pro-Trump stickers on his truck, with Heavy.com and the media saying he is a registered Republican.... which makes sense with all the imagery, yet Laura Loomer ran a MyLife scan of his name which came back as listing his political party as "Democrat."

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Another bit of weirdness for a virulent Trump fan that seems a bit off is that Sayoc's now-suspended Twitter account, he only followed 32 people and the majority, as the screenshots over at Infowars show, were mostly hard-core liberals, but he wasn't following President Trump.


BOTTOM LINE

Sayoc, whether convicted of the mailed devices, dubbed pipe bombs, despite the fact that not one of the 12-13 actually blew up, and some are reporting they didn't even have all the components within to have the ability to really blow up, was obviously not a model citizen as his threats of blowing up FP&L and his previous criminal history shows, but it seems that the more we learn about him (even as he is being scrubbed from the Internet), the more questions we seem to have about the available information.

Below is the DOJ announcement regarding the charges against Cesar Sayoc and beneath that is Paul Joseph Watson who is questioning the official story.





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