Cesar Altieri Sayoc is a registered Republican who didn’t live with his family. He lived alone in his van which may be used to prove motive.
Cesar has a long criminal history. The mugshot below is from 2002:
Sayoc was not married. The tweet below explains that the wife of one of his Cesar’s business partners claims that Cesar managed a male revue (theatrical entertainment) show:
Cesar Altieri Parents
According to The Washington Post, Cesar’s father, whose name is also Cesar Sayoc is an immigrant from the Philippines. Cesar’s mother, Madeline Altieri was born in Brooklyn, New York.
Cesar experienced significant financial issues, leading him to file for bankruptcy. At the time, he was living with his mother and stepfather. Cesar moved into his van after his mother and stepfather kicked him out their house.
The tweet below reveals that Cesar’s grandmother, Viola Altieri, filed a domestic violence injunction against him in 1994:
The tweet below explains that Cesar’s father immigrated from the Philippines to the United States. He was naturalized in Miami in 1970:
Some believe that Cesar’s father actually immigrated to the United States in 1956:
The following tweet appears to clarify the naturalization date:
The tweet below explains that Cesar found a father in President Donald Trump:
Sayoc Family Name Origin
According to Ancestry, Altieri is an Italian name. NBC News reports that Cesar Altieri Sayoc is part Italian and part Filipino. The tweet below explains that based on the Sayoc last name, Cesar is likely of Filipino origin:
Cesar Altieri Sayoc Van
The video below provides a detailed look at Cesar Altieri Sayoc’s van:
The Naples Daily News reports that Cesar Sayoc’s lawyer called him a sick individual who was estranged from his family. He van can be used as evidence that he was mentally ill yet it can also be used to prove Cesar’s motive for sending the bombs.
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