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Cary

Pikon na pikon na si Marlene Aguilar.

 

 

 

Ito ang mariing ipinarating ng nanay ng murder suspect na si Jason Ivler kagabi, March 23, sa isang phone interview sa PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal).

 

 

 

Tinawagan ng PEP si Marlene matapos mapabalitang nagwala ito sa hearing para sa murder case ng kanyang anak noong hapong ding iyon sa Quezon City Regional Trial Court.

 

 

 

Hinamon din ni Marlene si Judge Bayani Vargas ng Branch 219 sa isang suntukan.

 

 

 

Ayon sa balita, nagwala si Marlene sa gitna ng hearing matapos malamang nawala ng korte ang record ng ballistic test na ginawa sa murder weapon sa naganap na pagpatay kay Renato Ebarle Jr. noong November 18, 2009.

 

 

 

Si Jason Ivler ang itinuturong salarin sa road-rage murder incident.

 

 

 

Agad na itinigil ni Judge Vargas ang pagdinig dahil sa nangyaring kaguluhan. Pag-aaralan daw ng hukom kung dapat bang i-cite for contempt si Marlene dahil sa paggawa niya ng eskandalo.

 

 

 

Samantala, naniniwala naman si Senior State Prosecutor Richard Fadullon na dapat ngang patawan ng parusang contempt si Marlene dahil sa nangyari sa pagdinig.

 

 

 

LOSS OF EVIDENCE. Sa eklusibong panayam ng PEP kay Marlene, sinabi nitong nagalit siya nang malamang nawala ang isang ebidensiya na magpapatunay umano na walang kasalanan ang kanyang anak.

 

 

 

Bagamat puno ng emosyon, may reservations pa si Marlene sa pagsasalita, at tila pinipili niya ang kanyang mga sasabihin sa telepono.

 

 

 

Naniniwala raw kasi siyang sinadyang iwala ang ebidensiya.

 

 

 

Pahayag niya, "Kasi ano, actually I've known for some time, for a long time, but I didn't know who to trust, I didn't know what to do about the information I had. And, so...

 

 

 

"The murder should be submitted to SOCO, the crime lab ng Crame... The records on SOCO said it was given Judge Balut, it was received by Judge Balut."

 

 

 

Si Judge Alexander Balut ang unang hukom sa kaso. Nag-inhibit siya noong August 2010, at napalitan ni Judge Vargas.

 

 

 

Pagpapatuloy ni Marlene, "Between Judge Balut and Judge Vargas, this record disappeared. This is the most important evidence, okay, that could ever prove Jason's innocence. And it's gone.

 

 

 

"I don't know how much to tell you because this is really DOJ [Department of Justice] stuff. DOJ na ang nakikialam dito, e. So tinanong si Judge Vargas ng isang mataas na opisyal ng DOJ, sabing ganun, 'Bakit nawawala ito? Bakit nung napunta sa 'yo, wala na itong record na ito?'

 

 

 

"Sabi naman niya, 'E kasi po, wala na 'yan nung mapunta sa akin.' So, either nawala sa kanya, winala ni Balut or siya, but, I don't know... Puwede ring magkakakuntsaba sila because the executive judge should know that this record should be there to begin with.

 

 

"This is the most controversial case in so many years. Hindi naman puwedeng basta mawala na lang yung napakaimportanteng papel ng SOCO."

 

 

Nalaman na nawawala ang records nang mag-request umano ang Bureau of Immigration ng mga kopya ng court records.

 

 

"According to our source in NBI, the murder weapon is missing as well. So, yun yung kaninang pinapalabas ko. Ilabas n'yo yung murder weapon! Ilabas n'yo yung findings ng SOCO! Kasi wala na dun sa file ni Ivler, e," saad ni Marlene.

 

 

Inulit pa ni Marlene na ang nawawalang ebidensiya raw ang mag-aalis ng sala sa kanyang anak.

 

 

"Now, yung findings nun was submitted to Judge Balut. Apparently the murder weapon was registered to an NBI agent. There were two fingerprints found on the gun, none belonging to Jason...

 

 

"Kaya kanina, yun yung sinasabi ko sa media kanina, nung nasa court kami, nasaan yung murder weapon? Alam n'yo ba na yung murder weapon is registered to an NBI agent? There were two fingerprints; wala si Ivler. Asan na yun? Ilabas na yun? Sabi ko kay Judge Vargas, 'Judge Vargas, asan na yung murder weapon? Sagutin mo nga!'"

 

 

Ipapa-inhibit daw nina Marlene si Judge Vargas sa mga susunod na pagdinig. Naniniwala rin siyang mapapawalang-sala na si Jason, na nakakulong pa sa ngayon sa Quezon City Jail.

 

 

"Kaya nga pinapalabas yung murder weapon. Anong gagawin nila kung walang murder weapon? At paano nila sasabihing anak ko ang bumaril kung wala namang fingerprints dun sa baril na nakapatay kay Ebarle, at kung sa NBI din pala yun?" pagdidiin niya.

 

 

VIDEO EXPOSE. Bukod sa hamon na pakikipagsuntukan, may dagdag pang banta si Marlene. May ilalabas daw siyang video kung sakaling ipa-inhibit siya ng korte at ni Judge Vargas.

 

 

"Kung ako i-contempt of court niya, maaatake siya sa puso sa ilalim. At baka ilabas ko pelikula niya. Baka maglabas ako ng pelikula, at maglabas ako ng paper trail. Mga hayop sila!

 

 

"Pikon na pikon na ako diyan sa mga 'yan! Isang taon na! Isulat mo, subukan niyang i-contempt of court ako! Kasi hindi malaking kasalanan yun! Mas malaki kasalanan niya! And I can prove it on paper, at baka ilabas ko pelikula niya," saad niya.

 

 

Nang tanungin naman siya ng PEP kung tungkol saan ang pelikulang ito ay pahapyaw lamang ang sagot ni Marlene, at tila umiiwas itong ibigay ang detalye.

 

 

"Pelikula ng mga judge sa city hall, siguro may mga video yun na kumakalat-kalat... Baka may mga nakapag-video sa kanila, baka lang, na tumatanggap sila ng pera. Ewan ko kung anong gagawin nila. Baka lang!" saad niya.

 

 

Ngunit matapos ang panayam ay agad namang nagpadala ng dagdag na text message si Marlene.

 

 

"Hoy Judge Vargas bago namatay Fiscal Sunio ng DOJ alam mo bang may video syang iniwan at ikaw ang leading man dun? Saan kaya napunta ang videong yun? Bakit kaya may perang involve dun?" pahayag ni Marlene sa text.

 

 

WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. Isa sa mga taong dumalo sa hearing ang nakapanayam ni Karen Pagsolingan, na managing editor ng PEP, tungkol sa eksena. Hiniling nito na huwag na lang pangalanan dahil ongoing pa rin ang hearing.

 

 

Aniya, nagsimulang magwala si Marlene noong "nag-oppose" si Senior State Prosecutor Fadullon sa motion ng abugado ni Ivler na pabalikin na ang kanyang kliyente.

 

 

Hindi ito napagbigyan dahil wala namang "written waiver," ayon sa source ng PEP.

 

 

Tungkol naman sa tanong ng ina ni Jason na, "Where's the murder weapon?"

 

 

Ang pagkakaintindi ng source ng PEP, "May procedure kasi na sinusunod. Start pa lang ng hearing, at yung first eyewitness pa lang ng prosecutor ang iprinesent."

 

 

Na-reset ang hearing sa April 6.

 

 

Sinubukan din naming kuhaan ng pahayag si Judge Vargas sa Branch 219, subalit ang sabi ng nakasagot sa linya, "Hindi kasi nagpapa-interview si judge..."

 

 

Bukas ang PEP na agad ilathala ang anumang sagot o komento ng sinumang indibidwal na nabanggit sa artikulong ito.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://ph.news.yahoo...204810-364.html

Edited by Cary

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rfm010

cary, all that typing and your fingers were mis-placed on the keyboard!

 

kidding of course, good practice for learning the language actually.

 

and the topic title says it all anyway. jason ivler's best defense will probably be "look who i had as a mother".

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Cary

Correct on all points. I really wish this was in English so everyone could read it. Still I am very surprised that his mom is not in jail as well. Remember she hid him in her house and she actually warned him when they came looking for him.

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Cary

Also I just found that she set up a website for Jason. Again unbelievable.

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smokey

well if i am on the jury i am still out on learning more on his time in the army.... road rage is more common then some think when it comes to TBI if he has suffered that .... i have heard he was a agressive person in the military... anyone done any research or is it just he must be guilty or he would not of been arrested .... disclaimer... i really dont care one way or the other as its none of my business just curious

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Wombat No More

Love to know the story??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

 

I don't read Tagarbage

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rfm010

Love to know the story??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

 

read the story i copy and pasted below from the daily inquirer. it's a good start.

 

I don't read Tagarbage

 

if you are going to live here it wouldn't hurt to make an effort to learn.

 

 

 

 

 

MANILA, Philippines -- (UPDATE 5) Aside from the killing of a Malaca

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Cary

Phil;

 

Be nice. Its called Tagalog and you know this.

 

 

 

Love to know the story??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

 

I don't read Tagarbage

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Wombat No More

read the story i copy and pasted below from the daily inquirer. it's a good start.

 

 

 

if you are going to live here it wouldn't hurt to make an effort to learn.

 

 

 

Thanks for the 'heads up' and basic lesson in common sense mate. BUT... What you don't seem to realise is that on clicking on the link, like I did many hours ago first up, I still now get the msg "NAVIGATION CANCELLED" and consequently there is no link, at least from my computer. I'll forgive you for your error in judgement and thank you for the english version since put in.

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rfm010

 

 

Thanks for the 'heads up' and basic lesson in common sense mate. BUT... What you don't seem to realise is that on clicking on the link, like I did many hours ago first up, I still now get the msg "NAVIGATION CANCELLED" and consequently there is no link, at least from my computer. I'll forgive you for your error in judgement and thank you for the english version since put in.

 

i need no forgiveness for i have not sinned. the story i included is not the story from the link in the op. it is just an earlier story that i provided in order to help fulfill your desire to know about the story.

you are welcome.

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Cary

Thanks RFM010. To Phil remember this is the Filipino speaking forum and thats why I posted the story here. And on a side note you can get Rosetta Stone Tagalog version online. This is not a slam. I did. A good program for any who are staying here in the RP.

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Wombat No More

Thanks RFM010. To Phil remember this is the Filipino speaking forum and thats why I posted the story here. And on a side note you can get Rosetta Stone Tagalog version online. This is not a slam. I did. A good program for any who are staying here in the RP.

 

 

Ah yes, I see that now that I looked again. I didn't notice it was in the Filipino section as I just look at any interesting topics in the 'active content' rather than notice what forum they come from.

My apologies to all involved and I would not have said anything if I had realised I was in the Filipino section. Have a good one all, ignore this dickhead.

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