USA Today, one of the most widely circulated pulp papers in the USA, with a daily dubscription of 2·6 million readers wants you to know how to build a bomb, and have included a schematic diagram to encourage “copycats” to build“bomb-like devices.”
I dunno: I still remember when the alohabet agencies were framing and harassing left wing activists in the 1960-70s who owned the Anarchists Cookbook, or making sure to drop the title of that book into every single news story about mentally unstable right wing nuts who allegedly plot bombings, since the 1980s.
Related Story: Who wrote this book encouraging “radicals” to kill the police, kids? Hint-it Wasn’t the famed US army trained propagandist Theodore Giessel!
The Black Panther Coloring Book, original edition looked like this picture here, and was a major piece of government/NGO/institution created propaganda during COINTELPRO1.0, which was a well documented assault on civil liberties,due process rights, and, a full blown assault on dissent.
Do you think that the author of the USA Today story linked above will fall under suspicion for distributing this diagram here,about how to build a(crappy)bomb?
Or-will Rupert Murdoch-the right wing owner of USA Today,fall under suspicion for allowing and encouraging his journalists to distribute this diagram here about how to build a (crappy)bomb?
But the MSM authors- and even the highly credible AP-certainly also want you to know that their are “conspiracy theorists” who “theorize” that manufactured terror events are not“real,”per se.
And of course, for that,I can refer you to Art Buchwald,or, especially noted MSM investigative reporter Trevor Aaronson,who is largely credited with widely publicizing the now well documented phenomenon of FBI/DHS/via-NSA/FusionCenter community policing scum practice of “manufactured terror,” as related to what others call “entrapment schemes involving people who are vulnerable to “bullying on steroids,” like Larry Guzzino, and so many others who died or disappeared” or were declared caaaarrrrAAAAAaaszy after extensive “community policing”under the CVE rubrik of manufactured terror.
Well, heres the bomb instructions, detailing how you, too,can build a fairly useless, (crappy) bomb,kids, courtesy of USA Today, but I refuse to provide the diagram here at ROGS,lest I be accused of fomenting terror,encouraging dissent, or worse,actually inciting riotous behavior.
So,here’s what the “free press,”owned by arch conservatives, and whacky neocons who masquerade as liberals wants you to know about(crappy)bomb-making:
What we know about Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man suspected of mailing more than a dozen bombs
Ledyard King, Bill Theobald, Kevin McCoy, Brett Murphy and Ali Schmitz | USA TODAY
Cesar Sayoc: What we know about the mail bomb suspect
People who know Cesar Sayoc said they were shocked he’s suspected of mailing at least 14 explosive packages through the mail, targeting Democrats. Some describe the man as a church-goer, others as someone who worked with strip clubs.
The Florida man arrested Friday and expected to be charged in connection with the mailing of more than a dozen bomb-like devices to prominent Democrats around the country has a criminal record, including a felony charge in 2002 for threatening to “throw, project, place, or discharge any destructive device.”
Cesar Altieri Sayoc, 56, a registered Republican from South Florida, was born in Brooklyn, New York, but moved to Florida as a child, records show. He’s a 1980 graduate of North Miami Beach High School whose last known address was Aventura in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
In this undated photo released by the Broward County Sheriff’s office, Cesar Sayoc is seen in a booking photo, in Miami. Federal authorities took Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Fla., into custody Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 in Florida in connection with the mail-bomb scare that earlier widened to 12 suspicious packages, the FBI and Justice Department said.
In this undated photo released by the Broward County Sheriff’s office, Cesar Sayoc is seen in a booking photo, in Miami. Federal authorities took … Show more
Sayoc has been identified by law enforcement authorities as being responsible for the mailings of bomb-like devices to top Democrats, including former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, according to an FBI complaint released Friday afternoon.
The latest package, found Friday, was addressed to liberal billionaire activist Tom Steyer who has spent millions calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. In a statement, Steyer confirmed the packaged mailed to him was intercepted at a mail facility in Burlingame, California.
Sayoc has been charged with five federal counts, including interstate transport of explosives, and faces a maximum 48 years in prison if convicted.
Sayoc was arrested Friday morning in Plantation, Florida, near an auto store.
Here’s what we know about him:
He has an extensive criminal record:
Online records show that Sayoc has a string of arrest records that date back to 1991 for alleged theft and drug offenses, along with traffic infractions. As recently as May 2015, he was arrested in Palm Beach for an alleged retail theft. He was found guilty in October 2015, the records show.
In 2002, according to online court records from Miami-Dade County, Sayoc was charged with threatening to “throw, project, place, or discharge any destructive device.” The records don’t detail the specific circumstances of the incident but a destructive device is described in the statute as a “bomb, grenade, mine, rock, missile, pipebomb or similar device.” Sayoc eventually was placed on one-year probation for the second-degree felony.
Suspicious packages sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN’s NYC offices
Sayoc also was arrested in February 2004 on four counts of possession and sale of steroids, according to Broward County Court records. The charges were all dismissed in August 2005 after he had been sentenced to an 18-month probation on two counts of possession and unlawful use of a driver’s license.
Daniel Lurvey, a Miami-Dade defense attorney, represented Sayoc in two theft cases in 2013 and 2014. He described Sayoc as a pretty normal guy who didn’t seem the type to mail suspected pipe bombs.
“If I went down my list of clients and you said pick the Top 20 that you think might be capable of this, he wouldn’t even be close,” Lurvey told the Naples Daily News. “Something was going on, but if you sat with him and spoke with him you wouldn’t walk away thinking he was a violent guy or be concerned for your safety.”
Fort Lauderdale-based attorney Daniel Aaronson said he represented Sayoc in several criminal cases, including one in which the defendant was accused of stealing a suit from a retail store and was charged with battery after being tackled by a store detective. Aaronson said he stammered audibly when he first learned Friday that Sayoc had been arrested and charged in the bomb investigation.
“I don’t believe I’ve ever represented anybody that was more respectful towards me and more polite than he was,” Aaronson said in a telephone interview. “It is so out of my belief that he could do something like this. It’s not one of these things where I would say to you, ‘I was waiting for something like this to happen.’ It’s the complete opposite. I would never think he would do violence to another person.”
He filed for bankruptcy in 2012
Sayoc filed for bankruptcy, in June 2012. At the time, he was living with his mother and owed more than $20,000 to creditors, mostly banks, records show.
His total employment income the year before was just over $7,500. And he had collected about $16,000 in unemployment between 2009 and 2010, according to the bankruptcy records.
Sayoc also lost his Fort Lauderdale home in a foreclosure in September 2009, according to court records. He filed for bankruptcy protection in June 2012. The court records in that case state he had just $4,175 in assets, including a 2001 Chevy Tahoe with 285,000 miles, and $21,109 in liabilities.
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He spewed strong feelings on social media
Sayoc is linked to Twitter accounts vilifying Democrats, particularly liberal donor George Soros (who received one of the packages) and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum.
Recent activity in what appear to be two social media accounts belonging to Sayoc paint a picture of a staunch supporter of Trump and Ron DeSantis, the GOP nominee for governor who the president has endorsed, as well as Republican Gov. Rick Scott. Other posts vilify Gillum, Tallahassee’s mayor, who is locked in a fierce batttle with DeSantis.
A Wednesday post included an anti-Gillum meme with the caption “$500,000 SOROS PUPPET” and a photo of the liberal philanthropist George Soros, who has contributed to Gillum’s campaign and had a bomb delivered to his home this week, holding a puppet meant to resemble Gillum.
Other posts criticize the Clintons and accuse David Hogg, one of the survivors of the Parkland school shooting earlier this year of working with Soros to oust Republcians from Congress.
He had trouble with businesses
Sayoc listed his employment as store manager of Hassanco Investments in Hollywood, Florida, from his bankruptcy filing. He received unemployment benefits in 2009 and 2010, the filing stated.
Online Florida business records show that Sayoc in September 2016 registered as the manager for a new Hallandale Beach, Florida, business called Native American Catering & Vending LLC. The state listed the business as inactive last month.
He also previously was the president of a Hallandale Beach company called Proud Native American One Low Price Drycleaning, the state business records show. Registered in 2001, that business was declared inactive the following year, the records show.
He made his feelings known while driving
Sayoc also drove a white van, according to the FBI complaint laying out the case against him.
The windows of Sayoc’s van were covered with images including images critical of CNN. Television stations and social media showed images of an impounded white van whose back and side windows were blanketed with pro-Trump and anti-Democrat stickers.
CBS Evening News tweeted an image of the van:
Contributing: Ryan Mills, Ana Ceballos, Naples Daily News; Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY
Online and social diagram details the basic components used in the bomb-like devices that have been delivered to political figures in the past few days.
Online and social diagram