In the US Trump’s fan admitted of sending bombs in parcels

The former manager of a strip club Cesar Sayok threatened with life imprisonment. Sayok pleaded guilty to 65 counts.

Fan of Donald Trump — Cesar Sayok admitted in court that he sent parcel bombs to opponents of the current President of the United States. At the trial in New York on Thursday, March 21, he pleaded guilty to 65 charges. At the same time he apologized for the fact that he had sent 16 mails with explosive devices to Trump’s critics from among known entities.

Sentencing of Sayok is expected in September. He faces life imprisonment. 57-year-old ex-Manager of a strip club with a rich criminal past was arrested on October 26 as part of a large-scale search operation. Sayok was found in Florida, where he lived in a van, plastered with posters praising Trump.

The recipients of the dangerous parcels sent to them were, among others, the former US President Barack Obama, the former Vice President Joe Biden, the former presidential candidate from the Democratic Party Hillary Clinton, CNN, multi-billionaire George Soros and film actor Robert de Niro.

Sending mail bombs disguised as parcels, and the attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh, which killed 11 people, caused in the United States on the eve of the midterm elections to Congress on November 6, a heated discussion about the aggressive rhetoric of Trump. Many critics have accused the President of setting the stage for politically motivated violence by his speeches.