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Suspected MAGA bomber Cesar Sayoc threatened to kidnap a woman using an air boat then kill her in the Florida Everglades it was claimed. Former Congress Press Secretary Rochelle Ritchie shared a chilling Twitter reply

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

As of Friday, authorities had intercepted 14 packages Sayoc sent through the U.S. mail system, officials said.

He also stands accused of interstate transport of explosives, illegal mailing of explosives, threatening interstate communications and assaulting current and former federal officers.

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A NY federal defender who has also been listed as Sayoc's attorney didn't immediately return a request for comment.

Almost all of the other targets who were intended recipients of packages also turn up in derogatory or highly critical tweets, including Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and Maxine Waters.

Moore said that he might sit down with Sayoc one day to "break bread and ask him 'why me?'" "Because of this target he put on me, the police and security people were looking on Friday to see if a package had been sent to me and, if so, is it still somewhere in the postal delivery system", he shared.

Days after a mail bomb was sent addressed to Tom Steyer, President Donald Trump attacked the Democratic donor in a tweet calling him "a crazed & stumbling lunatic".

Sayoc's alleged actions have heightened tensions during the closing days of a highly contentious campaign ahead of the November 6 mid-term elections in which Democrats are battling to seize control of Congress now held by Trump's Republican Party.

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Given the serious nature of the charges against Sayoc and his extensive criminal history, he is expected to remain locked up pending trial.

The Washington Post, after painting a portrait of Sayoc as a serial liar who lived out of a van, cited a lawyer as saying the suspected mail bomber was drawn to Trump, because the president "welcomed all extremists, all outsiders, all outliers", without noting the fact that Trump has repeatedly condemned all violence. The homemade bombs "are not hoax devices", Wray stressed on Friday.

And he was probably unaware that investigators scouring his social media accounts had found the same spelling mistakes on his online posts - "Hilary" Clinton, Debbie Wasserman "Shultz" - as on the mailings he'd soon be charged with sending.

AG Sessions confirmed Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Florida was arrested in South Florida and is being questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

"Law enforcement will be visiting those people to notify them, the source said".

The van's windows were plastered with pro-Trump stickers, the slogan "CNN SUCKS" and images of Democratic leaders with red crosshairs over their faces. On Friday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said they had him in custody.

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.

Friday, packages addressed to New Jersey Sen. The Secret Service said neither package reached its intended recipient.

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