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August 26, 2019

Accused mail bomber Cesar Sayoc ordered held without bail in Manhattan court appearance

November 7, 2018
Cesar Sayoc. (AP)

The man accused of sending letter bombs to President Trump’s political enemies was ordered held without bail following his first appearance in a New York courtroom.

Cesar Sayoc, 56, appeared alert during the brief appearance in Manhattan Federal Court and spoke frequently with his court-appointed attorney.

He answered the judge’s questions with “Yes, 100%” several times.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jane Kim asked that Sayoc be held without bail because he is “a serious risk of danger to the public and a flight risk.”

Sayoc had been held in Florida since his arrest near Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 26. He’d been living in a van covered in stickers of Trump and images of the President’s enemies with crosshairs over their faces.

He’s accused of sending crude bombs to Trump’s nemeses, most of them Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, California Rep. Maxine Waters, former President Barack Obama, ex-Vice President Joe Biden, left-leaning philanthropist George Soros, CNN, and Oscar-winner Robert De Niro, among others.

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