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I don't know.
Why would they release x-ray images at all if they were worried about concealing bomb making?
If you say so.
None of those x-ray images show signs of manipulation
I question that statement.
Usually they only keep the chemical compound / accelerant type hush hush, but the rest of the mechanical details they are not concerned with.
originally posted by: Identified
a reply to: neo96
I don't know. It's pretty pricey and has to be inserted into CODIS and it isn't like he committed a crime that was DNA dependent. Anything is possible but I don't think it's likely he was in a database unless he committed a federal felony or rape.
He/Sayoc told investigators after he was arrested in Plantation that the pipe bombs wouldn't have hurt anyone, and that he didn't want to hurt anyone, according to a law enforcement official.
They got the DNA sample from previous arrest.
originally posted by: dojozen
a reply to: theantediluvian
Could it be just a plot to take over all the Indian Casinos and finish off the remaining native American tribes and open up some new golf courses and resorts?
This story piece is a bit of a paradox
Cesar Sayoc’s Home Was Foreclosed on by Steve Mnuchin’s Bank, Using Dodgy Paperwork David Dayen October 26 2018, 4:07 p.m. Cesar Sayoc, the Donald Trump-loving Floridian who was taken into custody in relation to pipe bombs mailed to prominent Democrats, was foreclosed on in 2009 by a bank whose principal owner and chair is now Trump’s treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin. The documents used to enact the foreclosure were signed by a prominent robo-signer and seemingly backdated. Nonetheless, the evidence was good enough for the famously inattentive Florida foreclosure courts to wave the case through. Years later, Sayoc became a supporter of Trump, who came into office and appointed a treasury secretary who ran the bank that snatched Sayoc’s house.