From the pro-Trump stickers on his white of the profile information on his Twitter account, Cesar Sayoc, the Aventura man arrested Friday for allegedly mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats, trumpets his affiliation to the Seminole Tribe of Florida. 19659002] “Native Americans for Trump” reads one sticker of the Seminole flag posted on the white passenger of that police towed from the AutoZone in Plantation where Sayoc, 56, was arrested.
“Booking Agent / Sales / Marketing / Promotions / Project Mgr Live Events Seminole Hard Rock Live, “reads one of at least two Twitter profiles associated with Sayoc.”
“Seminole Indians: An Unconquered Tribe,” reads a slide show frame posted on Oct. 1
2 to a Twitter account, @ hardrock2016, that appears to belong to Sayoc and includes a photo he holds up a sign of the American flag, with the lettering, “Welcome President Trump”.
This screen grab of a photo posted to a Twitter account that appears to belong to Cesar Sayoc shows Sayoc, 56, or Aventura, a rally for President Donald Trump. Sayoc was arrested Friday for allegedly mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats.
But the Seminole Tribe strongly denies that Sayoc has ever been a member of the prominent Native American group, which owns a global business of casinos, restaurants and hotels, including the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino near Hollywood. The Seminole Entertainment Empire generates an estimated annual operating profit of $ 1.5 billion, according to Forbes magazine.
Tribe spokesman Gary Bitner, alluding to the many social media profiles that appear to be associated with Sayoc, flatly rejected the assertion that Sayoc is affiliated with the tribe.
“We can find no evidence that Cesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri Sayoc, Ceasar Altieri Randazzo (Facebook) or Julus Cesar Milan (Twitter) is or was a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida , or was or was an employee of Seminole Gaming or Hard Rock International, “Bitner said in an email. “At this time, we can not verify if he was or was an employee of a vendor company.”
An immigration naturalization certificate for a Ceasar Sayoc of North Miami Beach, believed to be the father of Cesar Sayoc, shows the older Sayoc was naturalized in March 1970. According to ancestry.com, a genealogy company, Ceasar Sayoc, who was born in 1932, immigrated from the Philippines. The younger Sayoc, 56, or Aventura, was arrested Friday for allegedly mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats.
Sayoc has a criminal history in Miami-Dade and Broward counties – including a 2002 charge of threatening to throw a bomb and charges of grand theft, battery and possession with intent to sell a muscle-building steroid. He graduated from North Miami Beach High in 1980, according to yearbook photos. While at Brevard College, he belonged to the Catholic club.
A photo of the Brevard College Catholic club shows Cesar Sayoc (circled in red). Sayoc graduated from North Miami Beach Senior High in 1980. Police arrested Sayoc, 56, on Friday for allegedly mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats.