At the NY briefing, authorities confirmed that at least some of the packages were distributed through the US mail, and cautioned that there could be additional devices in the postal system.
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.
Sayoc can either agree to be moved to NY voluntarily or he can force federal prosecutors to present enough evidence that he is the person who is wanted on the charges.
The envelopes, addressed to Democrats such as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and intercepted from DE to California, held vital evidence investigators said they used to arrest Sayoc on Friday outside of Miami.
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Public records show that Sayoc has numerous arrests over the years for domestic violence, theft and other charges, including an alleged bomb threat against a utility company. Kamala Harris of California said investigators were looking at a package sent to her office. On Facebook, Sayoc published photos of a Trump rally he attended during the 2016 presidential campaign.
An outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump from South Florida was charged with sending explosive packages to at least a dozen of the president's critics, apparently bringing to a close an attempted bombing spree that has gripped the country just ahead of the midterm elections.
In a news conference on Friday afternoon, Federal Bureau of Investigation director Christopher Wray said a fingerprint on one of the bubble-lined manila envelopes led them to identify Sayoc, who was already in the criminal justice system because of previous arrests in Florida.
The arrest was made at an AutoZone store in Plantation, Florida.
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Sayoc targeted individuals who'd been bashed by the president, the packages and his van plastered with pro-Trump, anti-left and anti-media messages all indicating he was politically motivated.
Cesar Sayoc, from Aventura, Florida, was arrested in Miami after 13 explosive devices were sent to the targets.
Sayoc was previously known to law enforcement officials and has been arrested almost a dozen times in Florida, including a 2002 arrest for making a bomb threat. A package surfaced on Monday near his home in Katonah, New York. "They have a major role to play as far as tone", Trump said, as the crowd booed and chanted "CNN sucks!"
"Political violence must never ever be allowed in America and I will do everything in my power to stop it". The package featured a Camden, New Jersey, address, reports NBC News, but may have ended up in Florida because of its return address - the other packages listed Rep.
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All were sent through the Postal Service and intercepted before reaching their intended targets without exploding.