From the pro-Trump stickers on his white van to the profile information on his Twitter account, Cesar Sayoc arrested the Aventura man on Friday for allegedly sending bombs to prominent Democrats, tromping his connection to the Seminole tribe in Florida . 19659002] "Native Americans for Trump" read a Seminole flag sticker that was laid on the white passenger car, which the police pulled from the AutoZone in Plantation where Sayoc, 56, was arrested.
"Booking Agent / Sales / Marketing / Campaigns / Project Mgr Live Events Seminole Hard Rock Live," read one of at least two Twitter profiles associated with Sayoc.
"Seminole Indians: An Unquerquered Tribe", reads a slideshow released on October 1[ads1]2th to a Twitter account, @ hardrock2016, which appears to belong to Sayoc, and includes a photo he holds a sign of the American the flag, with the letter "Welcome President Trump".
However, the Seminole tribe strongly denied that Sayoc has been a member of the prominent Indian group who owns a global business of casinos, restaurants and hotels, including Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino near Hollywood. Seminole Entertainment Empire generates an estimated annual operating profit of $ 1.5 billion, according to Forbes magazine.
Tribe spokesman Gary Bitner, referring to the many social media profiles that seem to be associated with Sayoc simply rejected the claim that Sayoc is affiliated with the tribe.
"We find no evidence that Cesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri, Caesar Altieri Say Oc, Ceasar Altieri Randazzo (Facebook) or Julus Cesar Milan (Twitter) is or was a member or employee of the Seminole tribe in Florida, or is or was an employee of Seminole Gaming or Hard Rock International, "said Bitner in an email. "At this point we can not verify if he is or was an employee of a supplier company."