Michael Moore filmed 'MAGA bomber' suspect at Florida Trump rally in 2017

Michael Moore filmed 'MAGA bomber' suspect at Florida Trump rally in 2017

Michael Moore filmed 'MAGA bomber' suspect at Florida Trump rally in 2017

The paper also reported that Sayoc was mailing out suspicious packages as late as this past Thursday, the day before he was arrested outside an auto parts store in Plantation, Fla. Investigators said Saroc apparently was assembling the explosive devices in his van, which was plastered with bumper stickers lauding Trump and attacking his opponents, including former President Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The FBI did not identify to whom the package was addressed, but CNN President Jeff Zucker announced that a suspicious package addressed to the cable television network was intercepted Monday at an Atlanta post office. The judge set another hearing for Friday on whether to free Sayoc pending trial and whether to transfer his case to a NY court.

Sayoc, shackled at the wrists and ankles and wearing a tan jail jumpsuit, said little at the hearing but at one point tearing up.

Suspected mail bomber Cesar Sayoc appeared in court today in Florida and was seen talking and smiling with his lawyers.

News of that latest package surfaced with just over a week to go in highly charged political campaigns across the nation leading up to November 6 elections, in which Democrats are battling to seize control of a Congress now held by Trump's Republican Party.

Authorities did not immediately say who might be responsible for sending the most recent package to CNN, but law enforcement officials have said they believe the packages were staggered and more could be discovered.

At Monday's hearing, federal prosecutors said they will seek to keep Sayoc jailed until trial as a flight risk and a danger to the community.

"What he says to us, any one of us, is something you will never know", said attorney Daniel Aaronson of the Fort Lauderdale firm Benjamin, Aaronson and Patanzo.

Like the other packages sent last week, the envelope featured six "Forever" flag stamps, and a return address of the district office of Rep. None of the devices detonated, and no one was injured.

Later Friday, Trump told a political rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, that the media were to blame for polarizing the country.

FILE - Cesar Sayoc, who was arrested during an investigation into a series of parcel bombs, is escorted from an FBI facility in Miramar, Florida, Oct. 26, 2018 in a still image from video. He had previously worked as a male dancer for several years and more recently as a pizza driver.

"These are not hoax devices", Wray said of the bombs.

Court records show he had been arrested at least nine times, mostly in Florida, for accusations of grand theft, battery, fraud, drug possession, and probation violations.

He pleaded guilty to the offense, records show, and was sentenced to one year of probation.

Cesar Sayoc stood in the throng of shouting, teeth-gnashed Trump supporters and joined a chant directed at news cameras.

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

Among the others Sayoc is alleged to have sent explosives devices were businessman and philanthropist George Soros, Joe Biden, Maxine Waters and former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan.

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