NYC Terrorist Sayfullo Saipov Was Big Rig Semi-Truck Driver – Was Once Arrested in St. Charles, MO

On Tuesday Islamist Sayfullo Saipov, a 29=year-old immigrant from Uzbekistan, murdered eight people in a truck attack in New York City.

Saipov entered the US under the “Diversity Visa program” in 2010.

Since 2010 he lived in the Tampa, Florida area and in New Jersey with his girlfriend near a mosque.


Sayfullo was a commercial semi-truck driver — He was arrested in Missouri in 2016 near St. Louis.

Saipov later blew off his court appearance.

FOX 2 Now reported:

A spokesman at the Missouri Highway Patrol said troopers did book a man by the name Safullo Saipov into the St. Charles County Jail. According to authorities, he broke the law back on December 16, 2015 in Platte County, Missouri. The 29-year-old truck driver was ticketed at scale by highway patrol troopers for failing to maintain the brake system.

They released a mug shot of Sayfullo Saipov.

In April 2016, Saipov failed to show up in court for that ticket and a warrant was issued. Bond was set at $200 cash. According to unofficial court records, Saipov was stopped October 21, 2016 in St. Charles County on that warrant. A new court date was scheduled for November.

Saipov failed to appear and finally, on November 29, a guilty plea was entered. The court decided Saipov would pay $129.50 for the ticket for bad brakes and $70.50 for court cost. In affect he lost all the $200 bond.

On October 31, Saipov drove down a busy bicycle path in New York near the World Trade Center, killing eight people and injuring about a dozen others in what officials said was an “act of terror.”

Sayfullo Saipov murdered 8 people Tuesday with a rented Home Depot truck.
Could you imagine the carnage he would have caused if he was driving a semi-truck?

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