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A criminal background check on mail bomber suspect Cesar Sayoc reveals that Sayoc has apparently been arrested multiple times, prior to his arrest Friday, including for bomb threat allegations in 2002. According to the background check record obtained from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, he was arrested on August 20, 2002, by the Miami Police Department and charged with a felony for threat to “discharge destructive device.” Sayoc was sentenced to a year of probation for the charge, according to the docket from the case.
State records reveal Sayoc’s past with police in Florida began nearly three decades ago in 1991 when he was arrested and found guilty of grand theft in Broward County. He received two years of probation in that case. Less than a year later, he was arrested again for petty larceny. Over the past two decades, Sayoc has been arrested for a string of crimes in Florida, including theft, battery, fraud, possession of controlled substances – listed as testosterone drugs – and tampering with evidence. Sayoc was most recently arrested in 2015 for retail theft in Palm Beach County. Criminal court records show Sayoc was born in Brooklyn, NY. The bank foreclosed on Sayoc’s Broward County home in 2009, according to records obtained by the I-team. Sayoc filed for bankruptcy in 2012. In court filings, he listed his income as $922 a month at the time and reported he worked as a store manager and lived with his mother. His only asset at the time was a 2001 Chevy Tahoe with 285,000 miles on it.
originally posted by: Justoneman
a reply to: Guyfriday
That is not the US Post Office official site there is a rubber stamp or a sticky label on every package or it doesn't move.
A postmark is an official Postal Service™ imprint applied in black ink on the address side of a stamped mailpiece. A postmark indicates the location and date the Postal Service accepted custody of a mailpiece, and it cancels affixed postage. Since 1979, the Postal Service’s Postal Operations Manual (POM) has provided standards for postmarks applied to single-piece First-Class Mail®. Letters and flats that need to be postmarked come from carrier pick-up, collection boxes, retail counters, or lobby drop boxes. Postmarks are not required for mailings bearing a permit, meter, or precanceled stamp for postage, nor to pieces with an indicia applied by various postage evidencing systems.
The postmarking process uses the following three basic methods of imprinting:
Automated: Advanced facer canceller systems used by processing distribution centers cancel letters quickly. These machines are equipped with biohazard detection systems so letters postmarked by automation benefit from added safety measures.
Mechanized: A variety of older devices apply postmarks to flat-size mail pieces and to philatelic pieces.
Manual: Hand-stamp devices are used by Postal Service employees for local cancellation or philatelic requests.
A “local” postmark shows the full name of the Post Office, a two-letter state abbreviation, ZIP Code™, and date of mailing. Because the Postal Service is sensitive to the importance some customers place upon these postmarks, each Post Office is required to make a local postmark available. Lobby drops should be designated for this purpose with clear signage signifying its use.
Why weren't the stamps on the packages postmarked?
All of the pipe bomb packages contained Forever stamps, but some of the packages were not postmarked sparking questions about how they could be mailed without it. Three officials explained to NBC New York on Thursday that some of the manila packages were not postmarked because they were too soft and could not go through the postal machines.
originally posted by: xuenchen
Laura Loomer has cracked it !!!!!
Documentation actually shows he is a registered DEMOCRAT!
The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) is the United States national DNA database created and maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. CODIS consists of three levels of information; Local DNA Index Systems (LDIS) where DNA profiles originate, State DNA Index Systems (SDIS) which allows for laboratories within states to share information, and the National DNA Index System (NDIS) which allows states to compare DNA information with one another.
Same with the people talking about the followers on the Twitter account.
He also has a past marked by encounters with law enforcement. He had been arrested nine times before Friday, mostly in Florida. Notable among them was a 2002 arrest: Sayoc threatened to bomb the Florida Power and Light Co., Miami police alleged, and said that "it would be worse than September 11th."