Cesar Sayoc (pictured in his mugshot) was indicted at 30 points on Friday
MAGAbomber Cesar Sayoc was indicted on 30 points in New York on Friday.
He was sent from Florida to New York City to receive charges for sending home-made pipe bombs to prominent Democrats, a judge who ruled Friday.
The lawyers of the 56-year-old resigned from a questioning on Friday and said they agreed that it was in his interest if the case was played in court in New York.
Sayoc was originally charged with five counts on October 26 and stood behind the bars for 50 years.
Now he stands for life in prison.
The charge includes five counts of the use of a weapons of mass destruction for every pipe bomb that was mailed and intercepted to New York, directed against billionaire-liberal donor George Soros, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, actor Robert de Niro, former CIA director John Brennan and former intelligence commander James Clapper.
Sayoc is charged five times with interstate transport and receipt of explosives and five times with threatening communication between states.
x 5 five counts of use of a weapon of mass destruction
x 5 interstate transport and receipt of explosives
x 5 threatening interstate communication
x 5 illegal shipment of explosives
x 5 using explosives to commit a crime
x 5 use of a destructive device to promote a crime of violence
Reportedly included with the bombs, a print or photograph of his intended victim was marked with a red X.
Sayoc was also indicted five times for illegal shipment of explosives, five times with the use of explosives to commit a crime and five times with the use of a destructive device to promote a crime of violence.
Outside the New York region, Sayoc is also accused of sending other pipe bombs to former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden and others.
The attempted bombing sparked tensions in the United States ahead of this week's mid-term election, in which Trump retained control of the Senate, but the Democrats won the majority in the Lower House.
The original indictment was; interstate transport of explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and certain other persons, threatening interstate communication and attacks on federal officers.
The timing of the transfer from Sayoc to New York is uncertain. It can happen quickly or take weeks, and is usually not announced in advance by the US Marshals Service, Mr. Benjamin said. Even defense attorneys are not aware.
& # 39; Your guess is just as good as mine, & # 39; he said. The government wants to get him there as soon as possible. & # 39;
FBI agents with the van in Plantation, Florida. He was arrested last week after being traced to the state of the sun
Sayoc is accused in New York of sending 15 improvised explosives to countless Democrats, Trump critics and media outlets.
He was arrested a week ago at a car parts store in South Florida in a white van that he had lived in, covered with Mr. Trump's stickers and images of some of the president's opponents with red threads over their faces.
No bombs explode and nobody was hurt, but Sayoc is in jail for nearly 50 years when he is convicted of five federal charges filed in New York because some of the devices have been recovered there.
The decision of his lawyers not to be released on bail came after the federal prosecutors issued a letter in which more evidence was issued against him, including DNA that connected him to 10 of the explosives and fingerprints on two of them.
Other evidence includes online searches that Sayoc did on his laptop and cell phone for addresses and photos of some of his intended targets, including former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden, California Senator Kamala Harris and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker. Packages were also mailed to CNN in New York and Atlanta.
The laptop also has a file with the address in Sunrise, Florida, from the office of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
That office was used as the return address on the packages with the pipe bombs, according to the FBI.
Mr. Benjamin said that the prosecuting letter proves nothing, and noted that it refers to & # 39; possible & # 39; DNA matches with Sayoc.
& # 39; The word & # 39; thin & # 39; is actually still applicable & # 39 ;, he told reporters. We can do nothing but speculate now. And it is too early. & # 39;
Sayoc is shown in court this week. No cameras are allowed in court when he appeared