The man who was arrested Friday for allegedly mailing over a dozen explosive devices to Democratic donors and political figures also threatened Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and his family on Twitter, The Arizona Republic reports. Cesar Sayoc, 56, reportedly posted images of fire, the book The Act of War, and an aerial image of Flake’s Arizona home in one Oct. 1 tweet. “@JeffFlake very nice house Jeff a lot entrances,” the tweet reportedly read. “Arizona we will see you Cheryl and your family soon.” On the same day, Sayoc also reportedly posted images of Flake and his family, a “red gas can and a car,” and the tarot card representing “death” in a separate tweet. Sayoc's account was suspended on Friday afternoon, but the newspaper obtained screengrabs of the two posts. Sayoc faces five federal charges and up to 58 years in prison after he allegedly sent prominent Trump critics suspicious packages containing explosive devices, which were intercepted throughout the week.
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