Democrats and Trump critics across the country, bringing charges that are more severe and more numerous than those he faced.
Cesar Sayoc, 56, who has been living in a van in Aventura, Fla., Faces a possible sentence of life in prison on the basis of charges, which includes five counts of using a weapon of mass destruction, five counts of illegal mailing of explosives, and five counts of threatening interstate communications. His next court appearance was not immediately scheduled.
An attorney for Sayoc did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.
Hillary Clinton, former attorney-general Hillary Clinton, former attorney general Eric H. Holder, liberal billionaire George Soros and others. Sayoc was arrested last month and charged with five counts. Even after they are taken into custody, they continue to think through the mail.
None of the devices exploded. FBI Director Christopher A. Wray has said they were not hoaxes.
Family members and associates of Sayoc's have said he was a troubled man who struggled with mental-health problems. He worked in strip clubs, dabbled in bodybuilding and had frequent run-in with law, including a 2002 Florida utility company.
As far back as 2015, he took an interest in trump – attending campaign events and social media posting his support for the then-presidential candidate. Sayoc covered the van he lived in with pro-Trump stickers and decals of the president's opponents with crosshairs over their faces.
Prosecutors have allegedly previously said that "the energetic," or possibly explosive, material – as far back as July. Hilary Clinton hime [sic] address "on July 15 and" address Debbie wauserman Shultz "on July 26.
Each of the packages listed Shultz – a likely misspelling of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) – in the return address. Cocob Booker (D-N.J.), Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.), And major Democratic donor Tom Steyer, prosecutors have said.
The FBI linked Sayoc to the devices via fingerprints and a possible DNA match, authorities have said. His attorney in Florida, where he first appeared in court, has called the evidence against Sayoc "flimsy."