Mail Bomb Suspect Should Have Been Regularly Ticketed for His Sticker-Covered Van

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The 2018 Florida Statutes:

My Commentary: How was the suspect able to drive his sticker-covered van around, without being regularly ticketed by the road pirates in blue?

2018 Florida Statute, 316.2004:2(b):

”No person shall drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster, or other nontransparent material upon the front windshield, side wings, or side or rear windows of such vehicle which materially obstructs, obscures, or impairs the driver’s clear view of the highway or any intersecting highway.”

Suspected Mail Bomber Used Twitter to Threaten Others, With No Consequences

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Mail bomb suspect, Cesar Sayoc

Cesar Sayoc Jr., Alleged Mail Bomber, Threatened Democrats on Twitter:

(Kelly Weill and Will Sommer) Cesar A. Sayoc, the Florida man reported to be the mail bombing suspect, frequently posted conspiratorial pro-Trump messages on Twitter or made threats to Democratic leaders, including some who would later receive potentially explosive devices in the mail this week.

Sayoc—who was named by several national media outlets as the man authorities arrested Friday in connection with the attempted bombings—tweeted frequently from what appears to be his account: @hardrock2016.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: So, once again, just like with the recent Florida shooter, this nut was making threats through Twitter, with no real consequences – even as the same service bans individuals for posting police brutality videos. And, this suspect’s van turns out to be covered with even more threats, as photos of multiple politicians and celebrities are displayed within the bulls-eye crosshairs of a gun scope… He’s already been arrested for making terroristic threats against a judge, too…