The family lawyer for accused mail bomber Cesar Sayoc said he plans to raise questions about whether Sayoc is mentally sound enough to understand the charges against him at his first court hearing Monday.
Given the serious nature of the charges against Sayoc and his extensive criminal history, he is expected to remain locked up pending trial.
Sayoc was arrested Friday for sending improvised explosive devices to 13 high-profile Democrats, including former president Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and billionaire philanthropist George Soros.
The FBI chief said a fingerprint found on one of the packages led investigators to Sayoc.
The FBI's Atlanta bomb squad and other law enforcement personnel responded after being notified by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Kevin Rowson, an FBI spokesman, said in a statement. His first arrest in the state was at age 29 for larceny.
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The case is expected to be moved to NY, where he will be prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney's Office there, officials said.
Almost all of the other targets who were intended recipients of packages also turn up in derogatory or highly critical tweets, including Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and Maxine Waters.
The stickers on the van included "CNN Sucks" and other pro-Trump and anti-Democrat messages, which tracks some of President Trump's campaign-trail rhetoric. Cory Booker another was sent to James Clapper, a former director of national intelligence; and a third was intercepted before it reached Sen.
When asked why Sayoc had sent the bombs to Democrats, Sessions said that he was not sure, but added that the suspect "appears to be a partisan".
This frame grab from video provided by WPLG-TV shows Federal Bureau of Investigation agents escorting Cesar Sayoc, in sleeveless shirt, in Miramar, Fla., on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018.
"The judge looked at him, look at the prosecutor, and they saw this wasn't an individual who doesn't have that capacity and they put him on probation", Lowy said.
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Trump vowed that anyone responsible for mailing the suspicious packages will be prosecuted to the "fullest extent of the law".
Following the arrest, speaking at an event for young black conservatives, Mr Trump said "we must never allow political violence take root in America", saying the country "must unify".
Speaking to reporters on Friday, the president said he knows the pipe bomb suspect was a supporter, but he bears "no blame" for his actions.
But hours later he launched his attack on the media, as well as on Mrs Clinton.
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