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                                                                 CRIM. CASE NO. R-PSY-11-04432-CR
                                                                 FOR. VIOLATION OF SEC. 42 (b)(3)
                                                                 OF R.A. NO. 9369 AMENDING
                                                                 SECTION 27 (b) of R.A. no. 6646
                                                                 (ELECTORAL SABOTAGE)


x------------------------------------x     WARRANT OF ARREST


You are hereby commanded to arrest CONG. GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO who is said to be found at given postal address at La Vista, Quezon City; GOV. ANDAL AMPATUAN SR., who is said to be found at given address at c/o Camp, Bagong Diwa Taguig, M.M., and ATTY. LINTANG BEDOL who is said to be found at given address c/o PNP Custodial Center, Camp Crame, Quezon City or elsewhere in the Philippines and has been charged before this Court with the offense of VIOL. OF SEC. 42(b)(3) of R.A. no. 9369 AMENDING SECTION 27 (b) of R.A. no. 6646 (ELECTORAL SABOTAGE) and bring  them forthwith before this court to be dealt with according to law. That the same should not be returned unless accused is apprehended:

The bail for the release of the accused in the case is fixed at NO BAIL RECOMMENDED FOR EACH ACCUSED which may be furnished by the said accused either by depositing  the amount thereof with the nearest collector of internal revenue, or provincial, or city or municipal treasurer who should transmit the same to this Court or by furnishing a personal bail subscribed by two or more solvent sureties whose solvency may be shown by their land tax receipts and certificate of title free from encumbrances and determined by any Judge of Regional Trial Court, Circuit Judge, City or Municipal Judge who may accept the bail and transmit the same to this court. The peace officer  making the arrest are hereby authorized to discharge from  custody the accused after furnishing bail in the manner herein--above indicated, which must  be stated in return hereof.

Pasay City, Metro Manila, November 18, 2011.

                                                                                                    JESUS B. MUPAS

1st Indorsement
November 18, 2011

Respectfully referred  to the PNP Station Commanders of Quezon City and Pasay City, the Director of NBI, and PNP Provincial Commander of ___ & CISC/CIDG for service. Compliance is hereby required under Sec. 4, Rule 113 of the 1985 Rules of Criminal Procedure, to read as follows:

Sec. (4) Execution of Warrant. The Head of the Office to whom the warrant of arrest has been delivered for execution shall cause the warrant to be executed within ten (10) days from receipt hereof. With ten (10) days after the expiration of such period, shall make the return to the judge who issued the warrant and, in case of hi failure to execute the same, shall state the reasons thereof. 

                                                                         ATTY. JOEL PELICANO
                                                                        Clerk of Court V

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PNP has just served arrest warrant to former Pres. Arroyo

Southern Police District under the leadership of Senior Superintendent James Bucayo and acting upon the order of National Capital Region Police Office Director Alan Purisima, has just served an arrest warrant for former Pres. Arroyo at her hospital room @ the St. Luke's Medical Center @ the Fort. The arrest warrant was issued and signed by Judge Jesus Mupas of Branch 112 of the Pasay Regional Trial Court.
PNP's Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said Arroyo's husband Mike Arroyo, son Rep. Dato, former members of GMA cabinet, ex DILG Ronnie Puno, ex Solicitor General Devena and CGMA lawyer Atty. Jose Flaminiano were present during the serving of arrest warrant.

Warrant was issued at around 4:30 p.m. and was served at around 6:30 p.m. according to PNP. Police said Arroyo showed no reaction while warrant was being served, her lawyers promised to cooperate. She didn't talk. She just nod.

Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said CGMA lawyer Atty. Jose Flamiano stopped Senior Superintendent Coronel from reading her the Miranda doctrine. Atty Jose Flamiano waived her client's right to be read her Miranda rights because she might be unduly stressed. No pictures was allowed, they want dignity for GMA. 

PNP said there are security personnel now guarding outside GMA's room. She is under police custody but CGMA is being allowed to stay in the hospital due to her health condition.  

Mug shots and finger printing to be done tomorrow. PNP said Arroyo camp may just provide a photo for the mugshot. And as a courtesy to the former president the PNP allowed CGMA to remain in the hospital until she gets stronger.

Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said they wanted to ask Arroyo's doctors for updates to check if she can be transferred to detention facility or not but they were nowhere to be found. So they will be back tomorrow to ask the doctors of CGMA to determine if and when they can take GMA out of the hospital and put her in SPD detention facility in Taguig.

Meanwhile, NCR CIDG also arrested Former Maguindanao election supervisor Atty. Lintang Bedol and was taken to the Philippine National Police Custodial Center in Camp Crame, according to Chief Superintendent Agrimero Cruz Jr.  He said that the arrest warrant for Bedol was served at around 6:15 p.m. Friday. He also faces charges of election sabotage.

The CIDG has also served in Bicutan the arrest warrant against Andal Ampatuan Sr., another respondent in the electoral sabotage case.

RTC has exclusive original jurisdiction over cases of electoral sabotage under RA 9369, Art. 268.Travel & Leisure - Top Blogs Philippines

Breaking News: Arrest warrant issued for former Philippines President Arroyo

Breaking News: Arrest warrant issued for former Philippines President Arroyo 
A warrant of arrest has been issued by Judge Jesus Mupas of Pasay Regional Trial Court Branch 112 @ past (four) 4 p.m. against former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo who is facing charges of electoral sabotage filed by the Commission on Elections' (Comelec) @ around 10 a.m. today Friday, November 18, 2011.

Pasay RTC process server Ismael Cuerdo has turned over the warrant of arrest against Arroyo to the Pasay City police.

The court also issued warrants of arrest against former Maguindanao Governor Andal Ampatuan Sr. and former Comelec supervisor in Maguindanao Atty. Lintang Bedol.

Electoral sabotage is a non-bailable offense.

Pasay RTC hearing regarding motion for issuance of hold departure order will be scheduled next week.

Supreme Court acknowledges that Arroyo can no longer leave due to the arrest warrant issued by the lower court.

Seems DOJ Sec. De Lima outsmarted the Supreme Court.  The same day SC says Arroyo can leave the country, case and arrest warrant was filed against GMA.

According to MIAA GM Honrado the Arroyos' cancelled  flight with Singapore Airline flight SQ 919 which is scheduled to leave at past 5 this afternoon.

Camera up, lights on as local press anticipate arrival of authority who will serve the arrest warrant to GMA at St. Luke's Medical Center at the Fort.

Saan ka pa?  Only in the Philippines!  Abangan ang susunod na kabanata!Travel & Leisure - Top Blogs Philippines


A November 18, 2011 press release from the Department of Transportation and Communications

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has thrown its full support behind the “11.20.2011 Run for the Pasig River” on Sunday, November 20, by offering free rides to all participants of the event at the MRT-3 and LRT, from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. the same day.

Participants just need to present their race bibs to avail of the MRT-3 free rides along the stretch of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Edsa). The event will kick off at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, located near the Vito Cruz station of LRT line 1.

Last year, the DOTC also offered free LRT rides to participants of the “10.10.10 Run for the Pasig River,” which broke the world record for the most number of participants in a racing event with 116,086 runners.

“The annual ‘Run for the Pasig River’ is a worthy cause for saving and protecting our environment,” DOTC Secretary Mar Roxas said. “DOTC also strongly supports the use of green technology in certain sectors of the public transport sector, and the antipollution campaign in our roadways.”

DOTC attached agencies such as the Land Transportation Office and Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board are currently implementing aggressive programs that encourage Filipino commuters to convert their car engines to compressed natural gas, a more environment-friendly solution that reduces carbon dioxide emission.

“This is in line with the PNoy government’s objective of providing the riding public, our bosses, a convenient and reliable transport system,” Roxas added.

The “Run for Pasig River” is an advocacy of ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. The Foundation, with the support of DOTC, is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the most number of participants in a foot race generating public awareness in the importance of cleaning up the Pasig River.

The “11.20.2011 Run for the Pasig River” has 3K, 5K, and 10K categories.
Registration fees are P300 for 3K and 5K, and P450 for the 10K

Students need only to pay P150 for their registration fees for the 3K and 5K by presenting valid identification cards.

Registration has been extended until Saturday (November 19) at the SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, Athlete’s Foot, Glorietta 3, and R.O.X.

For more information, please visit  :
or follow @run4pasigriver on Twitter.


The Benetton UNHATE Campaign launched today through major newspapers and media channels and helps put focus on their UNHATE Foundation which seeks to ” contribute to the creation of a new culture of tolerance, to combat hatred, building on Benetton’s underpinning values. It is another important step in the group’s social responsibility strategy: not a cosmetic exercise, but a contribution that will have a real impact on the international community.”

US & Venezuelan President

French President & German Chancellor

North Korean & South Korean Leader

Palestine & Israeli Leader

Pope Benedict & Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed

Wednesday, November 16, 2011's Job and Career Expo 10 on November 16-17, 2011

  •'s Job and Career Expo 10 on November 16-17, 2011.
  • Happening only at the TriNoma Activity Center, Ayala Malls, Quezon City.
  • Local and Overseas Jobs will be offered.


  • PhilStar Career Guide Job Fair on November 16-17, 2011.
  • More than 1,000 Jobs on the Manpower and Call Center Industry.
  • Job Fair Hours: 10:00am to 6:00pm
  • Happening only at the Activity Center, Glorietta 4, Makati City.
  • Local and Overseas Jobs will be offered.

Pacquiao Vs. Mayweather on May 5, 2012

The possibility of boxing’s richest fight ironically came up in the aftermath of Manny Pacquiao’s controversial win as he challenged unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. to a showdown the world has long wanted to see.

“Let’s make it happen on May 5,” Pacquiao told sports analyst Max Kellerman inside the ring as the Mexican crowd loudly protested the majority decision favoring the Filipino champion over Juan Manuel Marquez at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last Saturday. 
“Let’s give the people a good fight. Let’s get it on,” said Pacquiao. The 32-year-old pound-for-pound champion stretched his win streak to 15 fights with the win, but lacked the overpowering form he had shown in seven fights since a previous controversial triumph over Marquez in 2008.

Mayweather, through adviser Leonard Ellerbe, announced two weeks ago that he would return to the ring on May 5 against the “little fella,” which should be no other than Pacquiao. If that fight happens, both fighters can make no less than $50 million each.

Promoter Bob Arum dismissed Mayweather having already set a date and site for the fight and Freddie Roach, Pacquiao’s trainer, said he has no business trying to set terms. “I’m kind of tired of Floyd. Shut up and fight or don’t,” Roach said. “He wants to dictate everything. Who is he to make the rules? Then he sends his gopher out to make a speech. Leonard Ellerbe, he’s a gopher. Floyd, speak up. Coming from Ellerbe, who gives a damn?”

After outpointing Marquez, Pacquiao said that he’s open to another fight with the Mexican but called on Mayweather’s name as well. He said he’s ready to take on any fighter his promoter puts in front of him. “It depends on Bob Arum,” he said. Twice, negotiations for the fight between Pacquiao and Mayweather bogged down. The fight may or may not happen, but what’s positive at least for now is Pacquiao calling Mayweather’s name.

Fourth fight possible
Pacquiao needed 28 stitches to close a cut over his right eye suffered in a 10th-round head-butt and had two judges who gave him the final round scored it the other way, the fight would have been scored a draw.

Arum dismissed Marquez’s talk that he might retire, saying the likely $10-million payday for a fourth fight could change his mind and that he would try to stage a fourth Marquez-Pacquiao fight next May. Roach said he felt Marquez deserved a rematch before the pound-for-pound king faces Mayweather. If nothing else, the possibility of turning back to Marquez would give Arum some leverage in talks with Mayweather’s camp about terms for a long-sought fight that figures to bring each fighter about $50 million – if it happens.

Mayweather also faces an evidence hearing next month on felony charges of grand larceny, coercion and robbery from a 2010 incident with former girlfriend Josie Harris and two children. He faces up to 34 years in prison.

Money matters most
Just as Pacquiao’s side wants Mayweather to call out the Filipino star, Mayweather’s co-promoter, Oscar de la Hoya, told the Los Angeles Times that he basically wants to see Pacquiao call out Mayweather. “Mayweather wants the fight. If Manny wants Floyd, there’s nothing stopping that fight from happening,” de la Hoya told the newspaper. “Pacquiao fights for the people and the people want him to step up and fight Mayweather.”

Marquez, who claims three wins over Pacquiao but was handed a draw and two losses by judges, also dropped a 12-round decision to Mayweather in 2009 after the American ended a long hiatus. He said Mayweather’s defensive style could give Pacquiao trouble, creating a fight lacking the excitement Marquez helped make. “Commercially it will be a big fight but technically I think the style of Mayweather would get very complicated for Pacquiao,” Marquez said. Commercially figures to be what will matter most.

After the controversial 2008 fight, Marquez begged Arum for a rematch but Arum said no, waiting for a more profitable time. Even Pacquiao agreed that was the right move, in some ways undercutting the idea for a fourth fight now. “I don’t think the people were going to watch again right away,” the Filipino boxing sensation said last Tuesday about the timing of a rematch after the 2008 fight. “Boxing is a business. You have to make money.”

Mayweather might like his chances more against Pacquiao after seeing the Filipino hero struggle for the first time since he faced Marquez in 2008, but boxing history offers a cautionary tale about such judgments. Evander Holyfield lost to Riddick Bowe in 1995 and struggled to beat Bobby Czyz in May of 1996, helping entice Don King into booking Holyfield as a foe for Mike Tyson. Holyfield stopped Tyson in the 11th round in late 1996 and won a 1997 rematch, the infamous “bite fight,” by disqualification after Tyson bit Holyfield’s ears twice, tearing out a chunk of flesh the first time.

Pac-man: ‘I clearly won’
Looking back at the Marquez fight, which could have really gone either way depending on how you saw it, Pacquiao felt “it was very clear I won the fight.” It was a fight that was too close to call, and the judges gave it to Pacquiao, one of them scoring it a draw (114-114), and the two others calling it for the reigning WBO welterweight champion (115-113 and 116-112).

Marquez felt he was robbed in the same manner he was robbed the first two times they fought in 2004 and 2008. But ring experts close to the ring agreed that Pacquiao was the aggressor and did more to win the fight. “Marquez played it too safe and that was a big, big mistake,” said Emanuel Steward, who worked the HBO panel for the fight witnessed by a crowd of 16,368, and millions more from around the globe.

“I clearly won the fight,” said Pacquiao. The Pacquiao bus left Las Vegas for Los Angeles yesterday afternoon. It was half empty, and minus the Pacquiao couple, the boxer and his wife Jinkee, that normally occupied the front seats. Pacquiao decided to stay behind in Vegas to cool off with his wife, and according to his adviser, Mike Koncz, they’re scheduled to be back in Los Angeles Monday (today in Manila) because there’s a Hennessy photo-shoot lined up for the Filipino champion.

Koncz said he hasn’t spoken to Pacquiao about his immediate plans inside the ring, but said in a week or two there should be something worth telling. It could involve Mayweather or Marquez or anyone else who’s out there and willing to fight.

source: Philstar



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