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Suspected package bomber Cesar Sayoc Jr.

Cesar Altieri Sayoc, the South Florida man accused of sending pipe bombs to critics of President Donald Trump, is headed to New York to stand trial.

Sayoc’s case was transferred Friday from federal court in Miami to the Southern District of New York. Reports indicate the FBI’s New York office has been leading the investigation, and several of the bombs allegedly linked to Sayoc fall under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan.


Related story: What We Know About the South Florida Pipe Bomb Suspect


Sayoc faces five federal charges in New York and potentially 50 years in prison. His lawyers agreed Friday to skip a bond hearing, according to the Associated Press.

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Samantha Joseph

Samantha Joseph is co-head of the Litigation Desk in ALM's global newsroom. Grad school: Newhouse Syracuse. Contact: [email protected] On Twitter: @SjosephWriter

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