THE Division of Justice (DoJ) has discovered possible trigger to file felony expenses towards six extra suspects in reference to the alleged kidnapping of 34 “sabungeros (cockfight afficinados)” who stay lacking up to now.
In a December 22 decision, the suspects have been recognized as Julie A. Patidongan, Gleer Codilla, Mark Carlo E. Zabala, Virgilio P. Bayog, Johnry R. Consolacion, and Roberto G. Matillano Jr.
In a press briefer, DoJ spokesman Mico Clavano stated that six counts of kidnapping and severe unlawful detention can be filed towards the suspects.
“After a cautious perusal of the case data, the panel of prosecutors from the Division of Justice discovered possible trigger to indict Julie A. Patidongan, Gleer Codilla, Mark Carlo E. Zabala, Virgilio P. Bayog, Johnry R. Consolacion, and Roberto G. MAtillano Jr. for six counts of kidnapping and severe unlawful detention beneath Article 267 of the Revised Penal Code,” it learn.
Throughout the preliminary investigation, the DoJ panel of prosecutors discovered that the respondents conspired in kidnapping and depriving the freedom of victims John Claude Inonog, James E. Baccay, Marlon E. Baccay, Rondel F. Cristorum, Mark Joseph L. Velasco, and Rowel G. Gomez.