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Posted on March 22 2019



Cesar Sayoc...


a very faithful MAGA supporter...



As previously discussed in this entry the open source links to Cesar Sayoc’s October 2018 indictment can be found (in this disjointed) Twitter Thread Archive:.



U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS)

What you may not know is, the United States Postal Service has its own Law Enforcement Division, known as U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS), this link will take you to their website. These Federal Law Enforcement Officers are highly trained and are critical to our safety and National Security. The USPIS Mission statement reads in part:

The mission of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is to support and protect the U.S. Postal Service and its employees, infrastructure, and customers; enforce the laws that defend the nation’s mail system from illegal or dangerous use; and ensure public trust in the mail.


USPIS Officers: not only do they have jurisdiction but they tend to work in concert with other Federal Law Enforcement Agencies:


U.S. Postal Inspectors are federal law enforcement officers who carry firearms, make arrests, execute federal search warrants, and serve subpoenas. Inspectors work with U.S. Attorneys, other law enforcement, and local prosecutors to investigate cases and prepare them for court. Inspectors throughout the country enforce roughly 200 federal laws related to crimes that adversely affect or entail fraudulent use of the U.S. Mail, the postal system, postal employees, and customers.


FUN FACT: the USPIS is one of our Country’s oldest law enforcement agencies and it was originally established by our First U.S. Post Master General Benjamin Franklin 


2018 USPIS Enforcement Data


Forensic scientists and specialists examined 275,000 physical evidence items at the Postal Inspection Service's state-of-the-art National Forensic Laboratory, leading to 862 suspects identified

Postal Inspectors conducted 12 investigations of the use of mail to exploit children and made 16 arrests.

Postal Inspectors investigated 673 reported threats and assaults against postal employees during 2018. They made 269 arrests that resulted in 187 convictions.

The Postal Inspection Service seized 1,815 assets worth $71.2 million. 85% of seizures from illegal narcotics and related proceeds. It made 2,321 arrests for illegal-narcotics related cases.

Postal Inspectors responded to and investigated 2,555 suspicious mail incidents in 2018

Postal Inspectors reported 5,969 arrests and 4,648 convictions related to postal crimes, primarily those involving mail theft, mail fraud and prohibited mailings..



October 26, 2018 Arrest & Criminal Complaint


Accordingly you can find Sayoc’s October 26, 2018 original criminal complaint found here. Sayoc was originally charged with a five count criminal complaint. 


Violations of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1716, 879, 844(d), (e),875, 111, and 2

Count One: Title 18, United States Code, Sections 844(d) and 2 - Interstate Transportation of an Explosive
Count Two: Title 18, United States Code, Sections 1716(j)(2) and 2 -Illegal Mailing of Explosives

Count Three:  Title 18, United States Code, Sections 879 and 2 - Threats Against Former Presidents and Certain Other Persons Count Four: Title 18, United Status Code, Section 875(c) and 2 Threatening Interstate Communications



Sayoc’s target list is oddly identical to Trump’s enemies list. This is when we should all scream in unison: YOUR. WORDS. MATTER. Yet once again Trump turns to his perfectly caliberated weapon of mass destruction, distraction and disinformation. He whips out his UNSECURE iphone, anadroid or his ipad and his tiny Cheetos encrusted sausage fingers frantically trying to find their way to the Blue Bird Of Twitter.  Trump goes on twitter and rages like a pre-pubescent child who’s so insecure that he needs this never ending adulation from “his adoring fan bois”


“..defendant’s IEDs included former President Barack Obama; former Vice President Joseph Biden; former Secretary of State, former Senator, former First Lady, and 2016 Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton; former Attorney General Eric Holder; Congressperson Maxine Waters; Senator Cory Booker; former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John Brennan; former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper; philanthropist and billionaire George Soros; and actor and director Robert De Niro.”


November 6, 2018 Sayoc Indictment:


Once Sayoc was in Federal Custody, the investigation by law enforcement began in earnest. JTTF is an acronym for Joint Terrorism Task Force. Investigators began to meticulously catalogue, dismantle, and start to fill in the holes. See November 2018 indictment


Cesar Altieri Sayoc, aka Cesar Randazzo, aka Cesar Altieri, and aka Cesar Altieri Randazzo, 56, was charged today in a 30-count Indictment for offenses relating to his alleged execution of a domestic terrorist attack in October 2018, which involved the mailing of 16 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to 13 victims throughout the country. 

 Sayoc’s additional charges Indictment with 30 counts are as followed:

one count of six different offenses for each of the five IEDs that he allegedly mailed to Clinton, Brennan, Clapper, Soros and De Niro in the Southern District of New York. 

In aggregate, the 30 counts in the Indictment carry a potential maximum penalty of life imprisonment, and a mandatory minimum penalty of life imprisonment. 


You know it’s weighty when the DOJ includes as “chart” to properly itemize and enumerate what the sentencing could be...




March 21, 2019 Sayoc Plea Deal:

 Imagine having so many charges against you that the prosecution need to “group” the charges and ultimately results in you pleading guilty to 65 counts. Well that’s exactly what happened yesterday in a SDNY Courtroom.

Counts one through sixteen. The weapons of mass destruction isn’t that surprising nor are the domestic terrorism charges.

Counts seventeen through thirty two, because Sayoc mailed each EID to each individual and news organizations “interstate transportation of an explosive” is applicable. One thing that you should keep in mind, at anytime during the USPS shipping and delivery “chain” these EIDs could, have harmed other Federal Employees that work for the the USPS and who were not the intented target.

Similarly counts thirty three through forty-eight charged Sayoc with “conveying a threat in interstate commerce”. Remember each EID contained a message along with potentially lethal and unstable explosives.


Counts forty-nine through sixty-four: “illegal mailing of explosives with the intent to kill or injure another” again these various charges explain in some detail why the government/prosecution referred to Sayoc’s EID campaign as domestic terrorism. Because his acts invoked terror and put many people’s lives as risk, many of whom were not the intended target(s).

And lastly count sixty-five, the “carrying an explosive during the commission of a felony”...the prosecution then summarized the maximum allowable as well as the mandatory minimum. 

 Accordingly on pages 5 and 6 the Government explains why some charges are group and why others are not. Specifically that the un-grouped charges are statutorily impermissible to group (I hope that sentence makes sense) or in simpler terms the law does not allow certain charges to be grouped.

 You can read the full plea agreement via this DOJ Link. As noted on pages seven and eight, the government itemizes Sayoc’s criminal history as that is relevant for the Court to factor in when considering Sayoc’s judgement.

If you had paid attention in the SDFL matter, (October 2018) the Justice Department submitted Sayoc’s criminal history as an exhibit.

For example in 2002 Sayoc was charged with making threats by using a bomb (full disclosure the picture below I went ahead and merged two documents together as it make it easier to read, no other alternations were made). In August of 2002 Sayoc threatened to “blow up” Florida Power and Light with a bomb. 

 In 2012, 2014 and 2015 Sayoc was charged with other crimes, such as petty theft. This link will take you the Miami-Dade Eleventh Circuit Court case search, remember that Sayoc has multiple aliases so it would be prudent for you to search under all of his aliases, otherwise you will not return a full search...I think it’s sufficient to say that Sayoc will likely spend the rest of his natural life in a federal prison. 

But we really should have a fulsome and probably uncomfortable conversation about what (if any) role social media companies like Twitter, Facebook, Google, YouTube, 4Chan & 8Chan have in creating an environment.

For example just a few weeks before Sayoc was arrested Twitter allowed him to get away with making actual threats, and when a prominent political consultant reported Sayoc’s threats/tweets. Twitter’s response was predictable. Nothing to see here. No violation of Terms of Service.


I personally know dozens of people who have been repeatedly doxed, harassed, threatened with actual death and rape threats...yet Twitter’s predictable response is suspend the account who’s being targeted (specifically for fraudulent mass reporting which oddly is in fact a violation of Twitter’s terms of service) with this criminal and vile behavior.

I highly recommend you read Oliver Darcy’s recent article as it relates to Twitter. Trust me it’s one of the better articles I’ve read in a long time. It will also put the remainder of this entry in to better context:





Whereas those who engage in criminal doxxing, protracted cyber harassment, repeatedly making death threats. Personally speaking I’ve had one “prominent” Russian tweet that he would send a gang to my home and record me being gang raped. The only discernible “punishment” I saw after reporting was the user deleted said tweet. I have had other users tweet at me that “they want to stick a gun up my _____  and pull the trigger”  

And you wonder why I want to remain anonymous.

Why doxxing people is the lowest form of cyber criminality.


Like many of you, when you submit a ticket to Twitter support, very rarely do you  actually see any meaningful action or effort to hold a “healthy discussion”. In fact it’s usually the opposite. Incidentally I have archived various twitter reports dating back to 2017. I am in the process of synthesizing that data for a more thorough entry but need to consult with the appropriate law enforcement entities and counsel before I post all of that data. So it might be a few weeks before I drop that file. However earlier this week I was given the green light to share the following, which is a small sampling of what they said I could discuss in a public form.

Enjoy the music is literally what plays on infinite loop every time I go on to twitter.  


And now this brings us full circle back to Donald J Trump. I genuinely believe that Trump could in fact shoot someone on 5th Avenue and his supporters would stand with him. The man, for better or worse is arguably one of the most powerful men on the planet and he certainly does NOT use that power for good. Even after CNN was the target of multiple men who threaten to “gun everyone down” (circa 2017)...I’d post a Twitter Archive of that thread but...

This link will take you to the 24 unique tweets where Trump libeled, I mean labored the Media as the “enemy of the American people”

This link will take you to the 388 unique tweets where Trump invoked “fake news”

This link will take you to the 183 individual tweets where Trump tweets “witch hunt”

This link will take you to the  84 tweets where Trump slams Mueller and his Investigation.

This link will take you to the 60 tweets where Trump says the investigation is a hoax.

In the vacuum these five datapoints might appear to be Trump “just blowing off steam” I would actually argue that type of thinking is wrong and dangerous. Trump isn’t blowing off steam, Trump is trying to verbally beat us in to submission and to “adopt” his dysmorphic view of his reality, which is unmoored from actual reality.

There is a reason for Trump’s tweets rancid word salads, and hyper concentration surrounding the investigation. What you may not realize is Trump is aggressively trying to reshape the narrative. To essentially desensitize us to what may or may not be in the Mueller Report. Trump fears the truth and facts, becuase both point to his criminality. Trump knows exactly what he is doing and the worst part is a lot of Americans have fallen for his nonsense. 


Irrespective of what political party you identify with, ask yourself these questions:

  1. If Trump is as innocent as he professes, then why does he act so guilty?
  2. Why does Trump refuse to tone down his dystopian and caustic rhetoric?
  3. What will it take for the GOP and Trump to have him realize his words matter?


Again I am of the firm belief that Trump could in fact shoot someone in cold blood and his obsequious sycophants would rush to his defense. The man is unpredictable which makes him dangerous to all Americans at home and abroad. And while impeachment might be a reasonable way to remove him from office, my preference is voters vote him out of office and the next day any sealed indictment(s) are unsealed. Resulting in Trump & his adult children being arrested and arraigned....


I could shoot someone on 5th Avenue...


and I wouldn’t lose a single vote



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  • Marie G: March 23, 2019

    Well, Sayoc’s indictment missed my birthday by a couple of days last year but that’s fine, not like it would make up for the worst birthday ever, 2016. I am still shocked at how callous and unhealthy the twitter platform is and I am going to be sad but relieved when I can finally leave the platform, when all is said and justice is served. I know that will be a long way off, but I do look forward to it. Thanks for posting this meaningful update, I hope people stop by to read it.

  • Sharon: March 23, 2019

    Just a quick question. How did @matthaetz twitter account know at 11:52 this morning that the mueller report was in?

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