In a handwritten letter filed with the US District Court for the Southern District of New York on Tuesday, he told a judge that "the first thing you're doing here in the Trump rally is we're not taking it anymore become." Forgotten, etc. "
At these events, he came into contact with all sorts of people." They met people from all walks … paint, etc., "he wrote." It was fun, it was like a new one
He also wrote that Trump's self-help CDs reprogrammed his thoughts and detailed the negative reaction he received for the Trump stickers on his car, including the tires that were cut and windows broken .
"I laughed first. It was ridiculous how people reacted on both sides and were violent, "he wrote.
The lawyer said they had him evaluated
Sayoc told the judge that he had abused steroids and used hundreds of vitamins and supplements.
"I had the biggest fear in my life life … Also, I used strong amounts of steroids, 274 different supplements and vitamins … I lost my head to steroids changed my growing anger. I made a bad choice to help them … I lost control of myself and mental condition of them.
Defense lawyers said they had psychologically assessed him and plan to present two reports in connection with his conviction: one report from a clinical psychiatrist and another from a psychiatrist with specialized knowledge to explain how his steroid use is likely to have his psychic
"We believe these two reports will provide the court with comprehensive information on Mr. Sayoc's mental health," his lawyers said.
In a separate handwritten letter earlier this month, Sayoc told the judge who supervised his case that he never intended to detonate the equipment and that the pipe bombs should not work.
"The intention was to intimidate and frighten," he said in a two-page letter to the judge of the US District Court Jed Rakoff.
None of the devices detonated and nobody was hurt. He is sentenced in prison to a maximum sentence and is to be sentenced on 12 September.
Rob Frehse and Dave Alsup of CNN contributed to this report.