Florida Man Who Sent Pipe Bombs To Trump Critics Now Saying He Meant No HarmThe man who decided to plead guilty to sending pipe bombs to members of the media and critics of President Trump may be having a change of heart.
Florida Man Cesar Sayoc Pleads Guilty In Mail Bomb CaseCesar Sayoc, the South Florida man charged with sending mail bombs to prominent Democrats, pleads guilty to criminal charges at a change of plea hearing Thursday afternoon.
Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Expected To Change Plea To GuiltyThe South Florida man accused of sending mail bombs to prominent critics of President Trump is expected to plead guilty next week in New York, according to the case’s docket.
Looking Back: CBS Miami's Most-Read Stories Of 2018The end of the year is a time when most people will take a look back and reflect on the past twelve months.
'Maniac Trump Supporter Threw Urine On Us,' Woman Said About Mail Bomber Suspect Cesar SayocMail pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc was accused earlier this year of throwing urine from his van at two women on a moped in an apparent road rage incident in South Florida, according to a police report.
Mail-Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Pleads Not Guilty In Pipe Bombs CaseCesar Sayoc entered the not guilty plea through his lawyer during his appearance in Manhattan federal court.
Pipe Bombs Indictment Carries Potential Life Prison Penalty For Cesar SayocThe Miami man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump was indicted Friday on charges carrying a potential penalty of life in prison.
Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc To Face Judge Tuesday In ManhattanThe man accused of mailing pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump will face a federal judge Tuesday in New York City.
Pipe Bomb Suspect To Appear Tuesday In NY Federal CourtWhile many will be focused on Election Day, Tuesday will bring another significant piece of news.
Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Awaits Transfer To NY, Another Package RecoveredMail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc will remain jailed and transferred to New York to face criminal charges.
Twitter Admits It Should Have Policed Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc's AccountTwitter has acknowledged that is should have done a better job of policing the activity on the account of mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc.