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Candice Swanepoel tops 2014 Maxim’s Hot 100, see who made it on the top 10 list!

Victoria Secret model Candice Swanepoel  tops the 2014 Maxim’s Hot 100 List!


The 25-year-old South African beauty bested actress Scarlett Johansson (No. 2), singer Katy Perry (No. 3) and actress Jennifer Lawrence (No. 5

See who made it on the top 10 list:

  1. Candice Swanepoel
  2. Scarlett Johansson
  3. Katy Perry
  4. Irina Shayk
  5. Jennifer Lawrence
  6. Zooey Deschanel
  7. Alessandra Ambrosio
  8. Jessica Alba
  9. Mila Kunis
  10. Cara Delevingne


Colin Farrell, Jessica Beil and Kate Beckinsale covers Maxim!

Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel, and Kate Beckinsale of the movie Total Recall are bold in black on the cover of Maxim‘s July/August 2012 issue.

Below are some highlights from the interview:

Kate on her secret skills: “Apparently, I’m very good at firing a gun without blinking, which is unusual. That’s why so many action characters have to wear sunglasses during shootout scenes. That’s my party trick.”

Jessica on fighting a woman: “Kate and I laughed about [fighting each other]. We never get to fight women in our movies, so we never had hair to deal with. I’d fake punch her, her hair would go flying and get caught in my button, and I’d be stuck to her head.”

Colin on his favorite body part: “The big toe on my left foot, because it survived an awful traumatic event nine years ago. I can’t remember [what happened], because I was blacked out, but it ended up with a lot of blood.”

Kate on not wearing panties: “Yeah, I don’t wear knickers. I mean, unless I’m wearing a very short skirt – or maybe if I’m going on a mountain expedition with extra layers. But no, I don’t like them.”

Bar Rafaeli tops 2012 Maxim’s Hot 100!

The supermodel Bar Rafaeli tops Maxim Magazine’s Hot 100 list this year !

Refaeli tells the magazine in its issue, on stands May 29, that she was “shocked that among all of these beautiful ladies, I’m number one.”

The top 10 was voted on by readers for the first time.

Below are the top 10 in the list:

  1. Bar Refaeli
  2. Olivia Munn
  3. Mila Kunis
  4. Katy Perry
  5. Olivia Wilde
  6. Jennifer Lawrence
  7. Emma Stone
  8. Megan Fox
  9. Malin Akerman
  10. Adrianne Palicki


Lindsay Lohan sexiness covers Maxim!

Lindsay Lohan made it on the cover of Maxim Magazine which was shot before she went to jail!

Here are some interesting highlight from the interview:

We know you’ve had a very trying week, and we want you to know that Maxim loves you. How are you feeling right now?

I am feeling strong. I’ve experienced a lot in my life, and my mom has given me a lot of faith. This too shall pass.

You just had your birthday. What are you hoping for from the upcoming year?

To focus on myself and my work and to move all press on me to focus on the work I do. Also, I’d like to do more work in India and travel to Malawi.

What is your advice to others about how to cope with adversity?

Stay true to yourself always. At the end of the day, you have to look at yourself in the mirror and be content with the choices you’ve made, and will make, in your life. Go with your gut!

Bar Exam Results October 2014: Full List Revealed!

Philippine Bar Exam Results for October 2014 have been released by the Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday, March 26, 2015.

Bar Exam Results Philippines 2014
According to the SC, a total of 1,126 out of 5,984 examinees successfully passed the Bar Exam in October.

Check out the names of the Bar topnotchers below:

1. Alcobilla, Irene Mae (San Beda College Manila) – 85.50%
2. Drillon Christian (Ateneo de Manila University) – 85.45%
3. Magalang, Sandra (University of the Philippines) – 84.60%
4. Bejenino, Mark Leo (University of the Philippines) – 84.55%
4. Garcia, Gil II (Ateneo de Davao University) – 84.55%
4. Laco, Reginald (De La Salle Lipa) – 84.55%
5. Liao, Michelle (University of Cebu) – 85.50%
6. David, Jose Angelo (San Beda College Manila) – 84.45%
7. Admintado Adrian (San Beda College Manila) – 84.35%
8. Damay, Rhey David (University of the Philippines) – 84.20%
8. Diaz. Fideliz Cardellie (Far Eastern University-DLSU) – 84.20%
9. Yu, Jamie Liz (University of the Philippines) – 84.00%
10. Delgado, Tristan Matthew (Ateneo de Manila University – 83.95%

There were 6,370 law students who applied for this edition of the Philippine Bar Exam but only 6,344 made it to the final cut. More than 300 the backed out during the four Sundays of the exam at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila.

The complete list of passers of the 2014 Philippine Bar Exam results:

1. ABAD, Joshua B
2. ABALA, Angela Ray T
3. ABALOS, Charinne Hanako M
4. ABANTAS, Shidik T
5. ABAQUITA, JR., Gideon Florante A
6. ABBU, Rufeliz Ann S
7. ABDULLAH, Shayma A
8. ABEJO, Klein Charisse B
9. ABELINDE, Rachel Jane A
10. ABELLA, Angelo R
11. ABELLAR, Mae Ann B
12. ABO, Marvi R
13. ABSIN, Roh Dundee E
14. ABUBAKAR, Gibran B
15. ACASILI, Carl Jillson B
16. ACOSTA, Kristian Nico C
17. ADDAUAN, Francis John A
18. ADLAWAN, Catherine R
19. ADRIANO, Amos Mikhail S
20. ADRIAS, Alma M
21. AGA, Maria Angelica I
22. AGOT, Virnee Joy T
23. AGUANTA, JR., Alejandro E
24. AGUILA, Katrina Elaine C
25. AGUILAR, Christianne P
26. AGUILAR, Francis Ma. G
27. AGUILAR, Jeffrey G
28. AGUTO, Jorneil M
29. ALAMPAY, Maria Patricia N
30. ALAVA, Sylvester A
31. ALBA, Andres Jose M
32. ALBA, Carlo Edison F
33. ALBERTO, Althea Rosanna V
34. ALCANTARA, Francis D
35. ALCANTARA, Regine Andrei P
36. ALCARAZ, Pauline Breissee Gayle D
37. ALCOBILLA, Irene Mae B
38. ALCONERA, Dinnah Mae A
39. ALEGATO, Sul Jolly Angelo V
40. ALEGRE, Remy Rose A
41. ALEJANDRO, Ezerh M
42. ALERTA, Jommel Jann Kris A
43. ALFONSO, Aza M
44. ALFONSO, Erika M
45. ALFORQUE, Dani Q
46. ALHAMBRA, Phoebe Marie V
47. ALIGA, Gwyneth G
48. ALLAREY, Princess Carra C
49. ALMONTE, Mae Lyn T
50. ALONZO, Katherine D
51. ALVAREZ, Jeffrey R
52. ALVAREZ, Paola Sherina A
53. ALVIAR, Joyce B
54. AMAHIT, Floyd Barry C
55. AMARAJA, Yildrim T
56. AMCAY, Jonjon B
57. AMEN, Catherine S
58. AMIL, Jayric L
59. AMILING, Evelyn S
60. AMINAO, Charmine May C
61. AMOR, III, Jaime J
62. ANDAYA-TAY, Melissa Antonette D
63. ANDO, Mayus Ryan D
64. ANDRES, Jennylyn N
65. ANG, Rollie C
66. ANG, Victor Reynaldo C
67. ANGELES, Bernard Allan V
68. ANGELES, Cyrine Anne G
69. ANGUE, Aileen Rose J
70. ANOD, Myra A
71. ANTALAN, Sheena Lynne L
72. ANTONIO, Alexis Francis B
73. ANTONIO, Cristina I
74. APAYA, Edrian M
75. APELLIDO, Kristine Grace O
76. AQUINO, Kathlene G
77. AQUINO, Mark David I
78. ARAGON, Yya E
79. ARBAS, Andrei Christopher G
80. ARCE, Jerome B
81. ARELLANO, Alvin Anthony V
82. ARGEL, Golda Margareth D
83. ARIATE, Eunice Carmela M
84. ARIÑO, Jacob T
85. ARNADO, III, Teofilo C
86. ARONGAT, Arthur John E
87. ARRAIZA, Cheska Maude L
88. ARZAGA, Jeffrey D
89. ARZAGA, Odessa Buena C
90. ATIENZA, Gian Joseph P
91. ATITIW, Victor Corpus J
92. ATON, Carla Zoila Y
93. AUMENTADO, Adrian F
94. AUREUS, Vincent Noel A
95. AUSTRIA, Erastus Sandino B
96. AVILA, Alyssa Daphne M
97. AVISO, Ma. Louise C
98. AYUYAO, Maris Angelica C
99. BABATUAN, Leslie Joie E
100. BACANI, Marlyn R
101. BACATAN, Angeline J
102. BACCAY, Yolanda A
103. BACHOCO, Ed Charles P
104. BACLAY, Francis Paul U
105. BADUA, Kristofferson E
106. BAETIONG, Ma. Adoracion J
107. BAGAGNAN, Ruther Adrian F
108. BAGANG, Darrell L
109. BAGAY, Rose Ann R
110. BAGUIO, Jan Mark P
111. BAGULAYA, Jose Joannes S
112. BALBAS, Julius Harvey P
113. BALDIA, Edwin Marc T
114. BALINANG, JR., Luvimindo R
115. BALITON, Malucar P
116. BALMES, Kriselle S
117. BALT, Al-rashid L
118. BALT, Aminah C
119. BALTAZAR, John Philip A
120. BALUCAN, Chembeelyn A
121. BALVERDE, Roan U
122. BANAAG, Steffi Reizza E
123. BANDOMA, Jon Andre C
124. BANZON, Melvin Joseph L
125. BARBARA, Ailene B
126. BARDOQUILLO, Leah Lara M
127. BARENG, Shiel Joy G
128. BARRAMEDA, Eljay Jose M
129. BARREDO, Grethel G
130. BARTOLOME, Ana Karina P
131. BARTOLOME, Karol Chaim P
132. BASMAYOR, Michelle V
133. BATACAN-CAMACHO, Renizza Belle E
134. BATERNA, Jared Marc E
135. BATNAG, Odina E
136. BATU, Karen S
137. BATUNGBACAL, Mina Franchesca D
138. BAUNTO, Hapsah S
139. BAUTISTA, Diana Roselle V
140. BAUTISTA, Nino Carlo C
141. BAUTISTA, Pearl Charisse D
142. BAUTISTA, Veronicaliza H
143. BAUZON, Lanie V
144. BAYAD, Bernadette M
145. BAYAD, JR., Fernando T
146. BAYANG, Maria Victoria A
147. BAYOT, Miguel R
148. BAÑAGA, Robbie M
149. BEJEMINO, Mark Leo P
150. BELEY-ARNESTO, Mary Rose T
151. BELLO, Cristina Marie T
152. BELTRAN, Mikhail Julwyn B
153. BENAID, Wynchill B
154. BENEDIAN, JR., Pablito C
155. BENITEZ, Cecille T
156. BENTULAN, JR., Alfredo L
157. BERCASIO, Jela Myka LL
158. BERNAL, Samantha Lei R
159. BERNALES, Rolando A
160. BERNARDINO, Abigail F
161. BERNARDO, Jansen F
163. BERNASOR, Lou Wella Mae S
164. BESAÑES, Niño G
165. BILOCURA, Jennelyn D
166. BINAY, Sharmagne Joy A
167. BINULUAN, Junerick N
168. BIRAO, Emmanuel G
169. BLANCO, Chiara Angela L
170. BOHOL, Illac G
171. BOJADOR, Francis Lauro R
172. BONAOBRA, Kevin A
173. BONIFACIO, Ma. Angela B
174. BONTUYAN, Diwa Rafael B
175. BORJA, Diane Camilla R
176. BORRICANO, Doreen F
177. BOSANTOG, Jonathan P
178. BRAGAT, Ophie Easter M
179. BRAMPIO, Aubrey Joy D
180. BRILLANTES, Constanza B
181. BRIONES, Niña Arlyn L
182. BRIONES, Reuben T
183. BRUTAS, Jolas E
184. BUBAN, III, Mamerto N
185. BUENA, Kriska Marna A
186. BUENA, Mark Orline S
187. BUENAOBRA, Jomyr B
188. BUENO, Flordeliz Marina U
189. BUENO, Ma. Anna Margarita V
190. BUENO, Mikhail Lenin B
191. BUGARIN, Matisa C
192. BUGAYONG, Vanessa S
193. BULANGA-CASINILLO, Diana Michelle T
194. BUOT, Krisben Zilner P
195. BUSALPA, Genny Pearl B
196. BUYSER, Jed Lance C
197. CABADING, James Michael D
198. CABANILLA, Jonna C
199. CABANTING, Arwin V
200. CABATINGAN, Alpi Andro B
201. CABAYSA, Elvis Bennet C
202. CABRERA, Daniel Rafael G
203. CABRIGA, Catalino R
204. CABUGSA, Josephus G
205. CACERES, Ira I
206. CACHO, Aireen M
207. CADIGAL, Jose Almarius P
208. CADIZ, Leonel P
209. CAFE, Ryan P
210. CAGA-ANAN, Cathleen Terry E
211. CALALANG, Joseph Ivan V
212. CALDERON, Geoffry A
213. CALDERON, Leah Zilpah A
214. CALLETONG, Jasmin G
215. CALUAG, Bon Jeffrey M
216. CALUGAY, Dongil T
217. CALULOT, Marinelle M
218. CALURA, JR., Quirino E
219. CAMBRI, Marydine L
220. CANIBAN, Mark Darryl A
221. CAPILI, Remar S
222. CARABBACAN, John John B
223. CARDENAS, Antonio Miguel M
224. CARDIÑO, Kent C
225. CARILLO, Janilet Mishelle R
226. CARLOS, Archie G
227. CARLOS, VI, Richard Lee B
228. CARPENA, Blessie Rose L
229. CASIGURAN, Roselle U
230. CASIL, Mariane S
231. CASTAÑEDA, Jose Francisco E
232. CASTILLO, Alyssa Carmelli P
233. CASTILLO, Gerard M
234. CASTRO, Bethel Edgar B
235. CASTRO-ZAPATA, Abigail P
236. CATACUTAN, Ace Joseph B
237. CATALAN, Mia Laine C
238. CAUAN, IV, Cayetano B
239. CAYCO, Patricia Gail V
240. CAÑETE, Edan Marri R
241. CAÑETE, Sarah Jean G
242. CELERA, Emme Cheayanne S
243. CELERIDAD, Paolo O
244. CELSO, Ellen Faye L
245. CENIZA, Michael G
246. CERILLES, JR., Mario C
247. CERVANTES, Dindo R
248. CHAGUILE, Michelle A
249. CHAN, Clariesse Jami Mari A
250. CHAN, Howard Y
251. CHAN, Joyce Aiza Z
252. CHAN, Wharton R
253. CHAVEZ, Sarah Lynn G
254. CHEN, Mara Kriska L
255. CHEW, James Earl R
256. CHI, Julius Czar G
257. CHOI, Jacqueline Mae S
258. CHUA, Chantal C
259. CHUA, Edric Christian E
260. CHUA, Jennica C
261. CHUA, Rachel Bernadette B
262. CHUA, Ronald O
263. CIPRES, Bryan Orville R
264. CISNEROS, JR., Luis Q
265. CLAREZA, JR., Eleuterio E
267. CLEMENTE, Christine C
268. CLIMACO, Evangelenne V
269. CO, Gerald S
270. CO, Joahn T
271. CO, Jocelyn C
272. CO, Pia Isabel O
273. CO, Ray Ann M
274. COLINARES, Ma. Lourdes N
275. COLLADO, Chelmarie V
276. COLLADO, Reena Mae L
277. COLUMNA, Christopher P
278. COLUMNA, Lorelei R
279. COMAFAY, Melisa Jane B
280. CONCEPCION, Denise G
281. CONDE, Eduard C
282. CONDE-NGOLAB, Jenny D
283. CONSUNJI, Mary Gladys Stephanie G
284. CORNEL, Charles B
285. CORPUS, Mario Lorenzo V
286. CORPUZ, Sheila I
287. CORRALES, Joan Rouella P
288. COSCOLLUELA, Shawn Dustin B
289. CRISOSTOMO, Danielle Alessandra D
290. CRISPINO, Ma. Kristine Rhem T
291. CRUZ, Alejandro Arlan P
292. CRUZ, Faith Roslyndale T
293. CRUZ, Jinky Ann H
294. CRUZ, Katrina P
295. CRUZ, Kristine Clarisse L
296. CU, Krystle Ritz T
297. CULA, Darwin H
298. CULVERA, Don H
299. CUNANAN, Paul Vincent T
300. CUNTAPAY, Girlie Mei D
301. CURAMMENG, JR., Reynold B
302. CUSTODIO, Alexandria Demi A
303. CUYO, Emerson G
304. DAAN, Evita A
305. DABBAY, Vincent Ray F
306. DADAYAN, Farouk M
307. DAGANTA, Fely Rose R
308. DAHAP, Maria Laurice G
309. DAMAOLAO, Rodelo Martin M
310. DAMASCO, Alex B
311. DAMASCO, Israel A
312. DATOC, Charmaine P
313. DAUZ, Timothy Clark B
314. DAVID, Jose Angelo A
315. DAVIDE, Patricia Janelli A
316. DAWAY, Rhey David S
317. DAYAG, Florian Kim P
318. DAYAG, Steven M
319. DAYPUYAT, Shylla Fe C
320. DE ALBAN, Dominic Victor C
321. DE ASIS, Aveneer K
322. DE CASTRO, Mardane Gizelle A
323. DE GRACIA, Angela Marie M
324. DE GUIA, Anne Rose R
325. DE GUZMAN, Aljon D
326. DE GUZMAN, Catleya L
327. DE GUZMAN, Pristine B
328. DE JESUS, Nerissa N
329. DE JESUS, Philip Edward A
330. DE JESUS, Tracy Ann DJ
331. DE LA CRUZ, Alma Isabel T
332. DE LA CRUZ, Gizle M
333. DE LA CRUZ, John Rafael T
334. DE LA FUENTE, Larry V
335. DE LA ROSA, Barbara Irene Y
336. DE LEON, Dino S
337. DE LEON, Girlie Venus E
338. DE LEON, Isaac D
339. DE LEON, Kaycee Ann B
340. DE MESA, Jennifer D
341. DEE, Celine Melanie A
342. DEE, Czarina Angelie B
343. DEINLA, Josalee S
344. DEL FONSO, Westly Rey V
345. DEL ROSARIO, Delañarose A
346. DEL ROSARIO, Mary Grace O
347. DELA CRUZ, Carissa Leonor Xyza I
348. DELA CRUZ, Dana Genevieve C
349. DELA CRUZ, Dennis L
350. DELA CRUZ, Jan Michael S
351. DELA CRUZ, Jastine Marie B
352. DELA CRUZ, Jemuel B
353. DELA CRUZ, Julian Rodrigo A
354. DELA CRUZ, Kenneth Lloyd G
355. DELA CRUZ, Rozanne B
356. DELA CUESTA, Jay Marie C
357. DELA ROSA, Bryan Lloyd L
358. DELA ROSA, Maridel P
359. DELFIN, Cherry Marie E
360. DELFIN, Estelle Marielle F
361. DELGADO, Honey Rose E
362. DELGADO, Romella M
363. DELGADO, Tristan Matthew T
364. DELOS ANGELES, JR., Domingo P
365. DELOS REYES, Angelico Zenon M
366. DELOS REYES, Mark Erwin W
367. DELOS SANTOS, Glenn D
368. DELOS SANTOS, Madelyn C
369. DELOSO, Omar P
370. DEMAIN, Nathaniel P
371. DEMAISIP, Ma. Josephine Gerardine N
372. DESUYO, Jo-ana Marie P
373. DIAL-QUIGAO, Ma. Ramelisa D
374. DIALOGO, Karlo M
375. DIAMANTE, Mary Joy Anne A
376. DIANA, John Ronnel D
377. DIAZ, Fideliz Cardellie B
378. DIAZ, Jan Jason Jendrik C
379. DIAZ, Maria Lovella M
380. DIEGO, Marshall Ellis M
381. DINSAY, V, Frank Eduard C
382. DISCIPULO, Gierne Gail Q
383. DIZON, Erika C
384. DIZON, Rose Angelique P
385. DIZON, JR., Arthur B
386. DOCTOLERO, Julie L
387. DOMEYEG, Carla O
388. DOMINGO, Riyah Lalaine L
389. DOMINO, Jenny Jean B
390. DORIA, Loreto B
391. DORINGO, Seychelles June M
392. DRILON, Christian A
393. DRILON, Patrick C
394. DULAY, Jericson D
395. DUMALASA, Sean Paulo M
396. DUMALOS, Cirille Anne L
397. DUMANAT, Janellee A
398. DUMAYAS, Daryl Ray F
399. DYCHITAN, Pamela Marie F
400. EBDANE, Bayani S
401. ECALNIR, Erol Roudel C
402. ECHAVEZ, Ronna Lissa E
403. ECHIVERRI, Kingjohn Ericson M
404. ELMIDO, Jan Christopher P
405. ENDALUZ, Marie Jourgen B
406. ENRIQUEZ, Claire Joy G
407. ENRIQUEZ, Gabriel Alfonso C
408. ERANDIO, Athena Louise F
409. ESCALADA, Ryan Carlo P
410. ESCOLANO, Paul Medard L
412. ESCOTO, Jamie P
413. ESCOVILLA, Joseph Patrick O
414. ESGUERRA, Rafael Rodrigo S
415. ESPARAGUERA, Miguel A
416. ESPELETA, Camille Angela M
417. ESPERANZA, Annaliza G
418. ESPINA, Carlo Eduardo M
419. ESPINOSA, Carol-v S
420. ESPINOSA, Jose Joven Paulo M
421. ESPINOSA, Ma. Monica Leticia T
422. ESPIRITU, Aizelle Marie D
423. ESPIRITU, Elaine Rose Z
424. ESQUIVEL, Ron-erwin D
425. ESQUIVIAS, Ma. Carmela Florentyna A
426. ESTEBAN, Gelie Erika P
427. ESTELLA, Jessrey G
428. ESTOLAS, Benjamin Jose S
429. EVANGELISTA, Abigail F
431. EXMUNDO, Reisa Marie J
432. FABICO, Krizia Yvette O
433. FABILE, Abigail M
434. FACUNLA, Jeffrey M
435. FALCIS, III, Jesus Nicardo M
436. FARCON, Jose Florinio Y
437. FELIX, Christine Angelica D
438. FELIX, Razel Ann P
439. FELIZMENIO, Marinella P
440. FERNAN, Harry Gwynn Omar M
441. FERNANDEZ, James Abalos
442. FERNANDEZ, Kae Dee C
443. FERNANDEZ, Meriam Consuelo B
444. FERNANDEZ, II, Antonio Timothy A
445. FERNIN, Michael Jayson S
446. FERRER, Jefferson Wilfredo P
447. FERRER, Julius Abraham C
448. FERRER-LEGASPI, Jan Adrienne B
449. FLORDELIZA, Henry C
450. FLORES, Danilo S
451. FORTALEZA, Karen F
452. FRAGANTE, Criela DF
453. FRANCISCO, Oliver G
454. FRIAS, Jerome Bart M
455. FUCOY, Alyssa Agustina A
457. FURUYAMA, Ken D
458. GA, Marianne Aiza T
459. GADOR, Ken R
460. GAHOL, Ralph Laurence M
461. GALAGAR, Philip S
462. GALAN, Cherie Amor C
463. GALANG, Roi Andrei S
464. GALAROSA, Michael Vincent C
465. GALENDEZ, Ellen P
466. GALIT, Emmanuel P
467. GALIT, Neil Brian P
468. GALLEGO, Erika Marie V
469. GALLITO, Patrick M
470. GALON, Harold A
471. GALOS, III, Reparado B
472. GALVEZ, Micaela Kristina V
473. GAMBOA, Josine Alexandra S
474. GAMILLA, Kristia Anne S
475. GANDIA, Tephanie M
476. GANZON, Pearl Margaret C
477. GARCIA, Cesar Domini C
478. GARCIA, Gil, Ii E
479. GARCIA, Lordie Grace D
480. GARCIA, Vianne Marie O
481. GARGAR, Ma. Edaliza J
482. GARINGAN, Francesse C
483. GARMA, Angelica C
484. GAUDIEL, Kristine T
485. GAUNA, Maria Rufa Theresa S
486. GAVIOLA, Gian Franco G
487. GAYOS, Edgardo Alexander O
488. GELVEZON-TABITA, Salvacion
489. GEVERO, Sergie V
490. GIBA, Analyn M
491. GIDUCOS, Mohammad Jamalul J
492. GIRONELLA, Genesis John R
493. GLEYO, Marco Ray S
494. GLIPONEO, Lizglen L
495. GO, Eden Jerby C
496. GO, Rom- Raison E
497. GODINEZ, John Henley C
498. GONZALES, Claudine Joy C
499. GONZALES, Edwin Prince I
500. GONZALES, Jeffrey Jay C
501. GONZALES, Sharwina W
502. GRAGEDA-FLORES, Joanna Mayelle T
503. GRAIDO, Helen Maureen V
504. GRANTOZA, Camille Jennifer L
505. GRATELA, Merl Margaret O
506. GREGORY, Ma. Nenita Yumi N
507. GREPO, Carla Regina P
508. GREPO, Jesse Raphael R
509. GRUBA, Katherine Therese
510. GRUESO, Niña A
511. GUBAT, Bennet A
512. GUCO, Jammelle Marie A
513. GUERRERO, Ellis Emmanuel M
514. GUIANG, Francis Gil D
515. GUIANG, Mary Algen E
516. GUINIGUNDO, Dan Abraham G
517. GURO, Mojahid S
518. GUTIERREZ, Ricardo Jesus E
519. GUTIERREZ, JR., Eduardo R
520. GUZMAN, Roger Joseph S
521. HAMDAG, Princess D
522. HAO, Louie Lynne T
523. HARDER, Irene Estela T
524. HATOL, Michelle Marie U
525. HAULO, Oilie S
526. HERNANDEZ, Ana Victoria S
527. HERNANDEZ, Charmaine M
528. HERNANDEZ, Jason A
529. HERNANDEZ, Michael Vincent T
530. HERRERA, Grethel L
531. HERRERA, Mara Kristina G
532. HERRERA, Michael Kris Ben T
533. HERRERO, Vanessa T
534. HIRANG-OLAVE, Katrina Isabel P
535. HIZON, Jaybee S
536. HIZON, Kenneth James Carlo C
537. HIZON, King James Carlo C
538. HUFANO, Jack Bryan D
539. IBARRA, Joahnes Crizelle T
540. IBARRA, Lucille Mae L
541. IBAÑEZ, Charmaine C
542. IGNACIO, Azyleah V
543. ILAGAN, Ma. Karla Josee C
544. ILORETA, Debbie Joy I
545. INFANTE, Seth M
546. INTAL, Pauline Grace R
547. INTIG, Estela Joy M
548. ISIDRO, Evangeline M
549. ISIDRO, III, Maximo S
550. ISLES, Maychelle A
551. IWAY, Lourdes Mary L
552. JAMILLA, Nicole Rose Margaret D
553. JATAYNA, Emmanuel A
554. JAVIER, Karen O
555. JAVIER, Paolo Miguel V
556. JAVILLONAR, J-ann Violeta J
557. JAVIÑA-RODRIGUEZ, Jean Violette A
558. JONGKO, Jan Michael R
559. JUANENGO, Ma. Katrina Nadine G
560. JUMAWAN, Ruel O
561. JUNI, Noel S
562. JUSI, Czarina Vijulet N
564. KALANG-AD, Manuel, Jr. C
565. KIAT-ONG, Aaron A
566. KO, Marianne Karyl C
567. KO, Richard V
568. KOGA, Ken B
569. KUA, Kesterson T
571. LABAYO, Hale Oliver M
572. LABRADOR, Ernielineo B
573. LACAP, Danielle Angela R
574. LACO, Reginald L
575. LACSINA, Clarabel Anne R
576. LADLAD, Joseph C
577. LAGASCA, Kamille Deanne M
578. LAGUING, Robert Paul G
579. LAGURA, Valerius Rufino B
580. LAQUI, Dahlia D
581. LARES, Yaye D
582. LARINO, Emily Joy A
583. LASQUITE, Jesus Franco B
584. LAURITO, Karen F
585. LAURITO, Roderick C
586. LAWYER, Christian Apollo U
587. LAYLO, John Albert B
588. LAYOG, Francis Mark H
589. LAZARO, Phoebe Ann F
590. LEAÑO, Czarina Janis Rhaetia
591. LEAÑO, I, Conrad Ezra M
592. LEDDA, Joanna Katrina L
593. LEE, Marvin Andrew C
594. LEGARDE, Ludanielle N
595. LEGASPI, Jenelyn B
596. LEONARDO, Micaella N
597. LEONES, Christine S
598. LEYSON, Brian B
599. LIAO, Michelle D
600. LIBATIQUE, Jewel F
601. LIGGAYU, Ryan M
602. LIM, Christian Louie U
603. LIM, Cristine C
604. LIM, Gretchel N
605. LIM, Innah Samantha S
606. LIM, Ma. Margarita S
607. LIM, Ryan Jade D
608. LIM, Shery Paige A
610. LIMQUIACO, Jared G
611. LINGAO, Cherylette P
612. LIRIA, Carmel G
613. LIWAG, Vernice C
614. LLANERA, Mary Ann B
615. LLANILLO, Jasper June G
616. LLAVE, Miguel Leander L
617. LLESIS, Arbie S
618. LO, Rhodora P
619. LOBO, Jemuel Paolo M
620. LOMOTAN, Jonathan Joseph R
621. LOPEZ, Jayson Pangilinan
622. LOPEZ, Joseph S
623. LOPEZ, Marco Angelo Felix L
624. LORENZO, Ann Margaret K
625. LORENZO, Jan Michael D
626. LORESCA, Lovelyn C
627. LORETO, Emmallaine Leonille V
628. LOVERIA, Roman Carlo R
629. LUCIDO, Le Iris T
630. LUCMAN, Hijara-stephanie B
631. LUCMAYON, Juris Anne G
632. LUMAAD, Roseanne E
633. LUMANLAN, Ralfh Aldrin M
634. LUMANOG, Erlaine Vanessa D
635. LUMBRE, Charmaine Joy V
636. LUMINARIAS, Coleen Claudette R
637. LUNA, Alden Reuben B
638. MABA, Samaira C
639. MABULAC, II, Bienvenido L
640. MACALANDA, April Fleurenz Rose C
641. MACARAEG, Mc Guelvin S
642. MACARAMBON, Sa’aduddin L
643. MACASPAC, Teresa Micaela M
644. MADARANG, Patricia A
645. MADARIETA, Ma Cristina M
646. MADKI, Normalah S
648. MADRIAGA, Marie Kris C
649. MADRID, Kristoffer Gabriel L
650. MADRID, Riceli G
651. MAGABO, Regine Joy L
652. MAGALANG, Sandra Mae T
653. MAGALLANES, Cliff-cyril A
654. MAGALLANES, Clyde L
655. MAGALLANES, Katrina Mae P
656. MAGAT, Kristianne S
657. MAGBANUA, Mary Angela R
659. MAGDAMIT, Moiselle G
660. MAGDAONG, JR., Jorge B
661. MAGHIRANG, Ariel P
662. MAGPANTAY, Regine Empress P
663. MAGPILI, Joe F
664. MAHINAY, Richelle Lou B
665. MAIGUE, Rameses M
666. MAIRINA, Renie R
667. MALALUAN, Krisandra Ann D
668. MALAMUG, Jena Lemienne Mae A
669. MALATE, August Lizer M
670. MALAYLAY, Levi Anthony B
671. MALICAD, Yentl D
672. MANALO, Kriselle Joy B
673. MANALO, Samantha Grace N
674. MANAYON, Diana P
675. MANCELITA, Marga May L
677. MANDOCDOC, Lisette A
678. MANGAWANG, Ma. Felora A
679. MANGELEN, Aljuhari U
680. MANGUBAT, Loida C
681. MANIEGO, Kristine Rossellini P
682. MANILA, Antonio Ceasar R
683. MANTOS, Beryl B
684. MANUEL, Karen Kaye C
685. MANZANA, Phillip Miguel C
686. MANZANERO, Doren May F
687. MANZANERO, Jeronimo U
688. MAPALO, Ma. Carla P
689. MAQUIRANG, Maria Cecilia S
690. MARCELLA, Ma. Rosann M
691. MARQUEZ, Maria Gwendolyn B
692. MARQUINA, Marlon R
693. MARTIN, Nico Robert R
694. MASACOTE, Ma. Angela D
695. MASANGKAY, Kristel Joy A
696. MATALANG, Mylalyn A
697. MATEO, Oliver P
698. MATIAS, Jamie Angeli T
699. MATIAS, Marvin A
700. MATIBAG, Marc Justin Basil D
701. MATILING, Lorraine Kier J
702. MATIONG, Hennessy Keshia T
703. MEDIJA, Joy Ann V
704. MEDINA, Eilyn E
705. MEJIA, Janine Angela T
706. MENDIOLA, Raiza Nicole G
707. MENDOZA, Jose Maria G
708. MENDOZA, Mark Evan V
709. MENDOZA, Mary Catherine L
710. MENDOZA, Niña Suzette M
711. MENDOZA, Othello, Ii M
712. MENDOZA, Roxanne Marie A
713. MERCADO, Edwina A
714. MERCADO, Kenneth N
715. MESINA, Mari Janine Evan D
716. MIGUEL, Ellis L
717. MILANES, Rainier Anthony M
718. MILLENA, Rebeca G
719. MINA, James Anthony R
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722. MISCREOLA, Herbert B
723. MONSANTO-NEDAMO, Kristine Athena H
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725. MORAÑA, Aimee C
726. MORAÑA, Chleriza Vinky C
727. MORO, Karl Kristjan B
728. MOSCOSO, Chad Martin D
729. MUSNI, Czarina Golda S
730. MUTIANGPILI, Jhoana Marie P
731. NADAL, Jordan V
732. NADONGA, Jeremae R
733. NAGPALA, Carlo Benedict L
734. NARAG, Christopher B
735. NARTATEZ, Carell Ryza E
736. NATIVIDAD, Angelique Margret T
737. NAVARRO, Danielle Mae D
738. NAVARRO, Elvira Denise DM
739. NAVARRO, Kristina R
740. NAVARRO, Peter John T
741. NAVIDA, Veromic E
742. NAYRE, Maria Liza L
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744. NG, Kenneth S
745. NGO, Angelo Bernard O
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751. NOR, Mark Esmael R
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854. POSADAS, Allen Joel G
855. PRESBITERO, Julian Santos B
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858. PUA, Elisa N
859. PUECA, Jenette O
860. PULLANTE, Irish Rosanne M
861. PUNO, Railla Veronica D
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872. RAMIREZ, Princess L
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880. REAL, III, Jun Edward L
881. RECTO, Michelle Anne B
882. RED-LOCK, Karen Christine S
883. REDOÑA, Dem Thomas T
884. REGIS, Redem Tor F
885. REGONDOLA, Maria Cristina L
886. RELAMPAGOS, Neil Melton V
887. RELENTE, Ernest John G
888. RELLOSA, Rasiele Rebekah DL
889. REMULLA, Jammy Kate S
890. REMULLA, Nikka Bianca A
891. RENEGADO, Jonathan G
892. RESTAURO, Ruth N
893. RETUYA, Kenneth P
894. REY, Floyd Ericson M
895. REYES, Celerino S
896. REYES, Elmer C
897. REYES, Graciello Timothy D
898. REYES, Lee Realino F
899. REYES, Neil Noe C
900. REYES, Rose Ann P
901. REYES, Roy L
902. REYES, Stephanie Faye B
903. REYES, IV, Clemente L
904. RICARDO, Ruth V
905. RICO, II, Danilo R
906. RIGOR, Miguel Justin R
908. RIMANDO, Czar Alexis D
909. RIMBAN, Kris Francisco D
910. RIOS, Odenna M
911. RIVAS, Reina Carmel S
912. RIVAS, Vaia G
913. RIVERA, Jan Michael A
914. RIVERA, IV, Gelacio C
915. RIZADA, Julius Frencie M
916. RIZADA, Resci Angelli R
917. ROBLES, Anthony M
918. RODRIGO, Renante C
919. RODRIGUEZ, Ana Margarita A
920. RODRIGUEZ, Francia Romlina S
921. RODRIGUEZ, Paola Krista C
922. ROLEDA, Dimitri Luis T
923. ROLUSTA, Stephanie Joy A
924. ROMA, Shiree Amor P
925. ROMATAN, Rolynda Ezra B
926. ROSALES, Anna Jenny Marie A
927. ROSAS, Franz N
928. ROSETE, Jennifer M
929. ROTAP, John Paul R
930. ROXAS, Erwin E
931. ROÑO, Albert Michelson D
932. RUBIO, Jairus B
933. RUEDA, Rodave B
934. RUIZ, Caroline Socorre L
935. SABA, Cristian P
936. SABUGO, Karen Joy G
937. SACAR-GUILING, Minerva M
938. SADIARIN, Elizabeth Joy M
939. SAILE, Barbara Mae J
940. SALANG, Patricia Concepcion A
941. SALAS, Maria Patricia S
942. SALAZAR, Hanne N
943. SALGADO, Joliza Janelle D
944. SALI, Mohamad Jumer C
945. SALIDAGA, JR., Porferio A
946. SALIMO, Karen M
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948. SALOMON, Johnittee Z
949. SALUD, Jan Raphael R
950. SALUDES, Ma. Elena R
951. SALUDO, Aaron Marc T
952. SALVA, Pierre Albert L
953. SALVADOR, Henesty Z
954. SALVADOR, II, Lincoln Raymond B
955. SAMAMA, Mohammad Omar A
956. SAMANIEGO, Diana B
957. SAMONTE, Debbie N
958. SAN MIGUEL, Isaiah G
959. SAN PEDRO, Danielle Francesca TC
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963. SANCHEZ, Jeza Mae Sarah C
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965. SANDOVAL, JR., Danilo R
966. SANLAO, Art Miguel B
967. SANTIAGO, January Faith B
968. SANTIAGO, Joyce C
969. SANTOS, Jose Justin T
970. SANTOS, Leo-aries Wynner O
971. SANTOS, Raphael D
972. SANTOS, JR., Manolo Aris M
973. SAQUILABON, Christian Lel M
974. SAQUING, Dennis C
975. SARSAGAT, Warren Wyndell D
976. SATO, Paul Tristan B
977. SAWIT, Ramon Jeriel S
978. SERAPIO, Angeli I
979. SERRANO, JR., Ismael T
980. SESO, Alexander D
981. SEVERINO, Emilia Concepcion D
982. SEÑAGAN, Richard Horace D
983. SHARIEF-TABAO, Sorayah M
984. SIAPNO, Liwawa D
985. SIBULO, Marianne C
986. SIENES, Anna-marie S
987. SIGUA, Sheryl E
988. SILVA, Juan Karlo B
990. SINCO-GASPAR, Imee Rose S
991. SINGCO, Jon S
992. SINSON, Marcus A
993. SISON, Jasmin M
994. SIY, JR., Wilson E
995. SIÑEL, Rachel Ann A
996. SOBERANO, Junalyn P
997. SOLA, Camille A
998. SOLARTE, Rex L
999. SOLIMAN, Nellaine Annabelle L
1000. SOLLER, April Gayle U
1001. SOLMIRANO, F. Alfontino A
1002. SORIA, Felice Suzanne D
1003. SOTTO, Priscilla Angela O
1004. STA. MARIA, Rafael Gregorio V
1005. SUAREZ, Zarah Patricia T
1006. SUAREZ, JR., Delfin M
1007. SUAREZ-ROTUGAL, Arra Jolly A
1008. SUCGANG, Justin DJ
1009. SUDIO, JR., Wilfredo P
1010. SUPNAD, Karen Feliz G
1011. SUPNET, Rani Angeli C
1012. SUPREMO, Ed Michael E
1013. SUPSUP, Beverly Joyce M
1014. SUYU, Richard L
1015. SY, Diana Willen T
1016. SY, Jerick Anthony J
1017. SY, Rizza Anne O
1018. TABALOC, Carlo C
1019. TABAYAG, Ernalyn J
1020. TABUGON, Jonathan O
1021. TADEO, Anna Camille M
1022. TADILI, Ernani T
1023. TAGLE, Ma. Rizza Blesilda V
1024. TAGUIBAO, Angieli Kim M
1025. TALA, Darlene Alvina P
1026. TALBIN, Noraiza Mae Keith M
1027. TAMESIS, Chris C
1028. TAN, Alfred Edison C
1029. TAN, Andrea G
1030. TAN, Diana Fe B
1031. TAN, Jayvee R
1032. TAN, Joseph E
1033. TAN, Reyena Luz M
1034. TAN, JR., Melvin S
1035. TANGKIA, Louie Marz A
1036. TANQUERIDO, Lyle Rose M
1037. TANSECO, Oliver S
1038. TANTOCO-BRIONES, Jecylene T
1039. TAY, Jonathan John V
1040. TAYCO, Clifford L
1041. TEJADA, Jedyne Venita O
1042. TEJADA, Trina Bianca O
1043. TELOW, Tania Stephanie T
1044. TENORIO, Al Brain C
1045. TEODORICO, Ron Fruto G
1046. TIBON, Rex Elmer G
1047. TIMBANG, Clarisa A
1048. TINAGAN, Dann Peter Douglas E
1049. TINAGAN, Jennifer Simone J
1050. TIONGSON, Frank Lloyd B
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1052. TOLEDO, Lauren Angelic J
1053. TOLENTINO, Rio Therese E
1054. TONGOHAN, Gifany Ten-ten L
1055. TORION, Alvin A
1056. TORRES, Genevieve L
1057. TORRES, Maria Jerzy Aprille D
1058. TORRES, Raul Marie Ii C
1059. TUAZON, Lea Anne S
1060. TULIAO, Paolo C
1061. TUNG, Bryan Kevin O
1062. TUPAZ, Mikhail Valodya M
1063. TY, Catherine Anne T
1064. ULTRA, Ferminlino C
1065. UY, Michael Marlowe G
1066. VALDEPEÑAS, Via Monina C
1067. VALDEZ, Albert M
1068. VALDEZ, Francis Earl Anthony B
1070. VALERIO, Jay-r M
1071. VALERO, Michael Ferdenand E
1072. VALLADA, Ariane Mae V
1073. VALLE, Andrew P
1074. VALLECERA, Virgil B
1075. VALLEJO, Raymond V
1076. VALLES, Daryl Ritchie A
1077. VALMORIA, Michael M
1078. VALPARAISO, Janice Ivy G
1079. VARGAS, Akira G
1080. VARGAS, Crisanne Del B
1081. VASQUEZ, Albert T
1082. VEDAN, Veda Marie D
1083. VEGA, Daniel C
1084. VELASQUEZ, Jenin Rosanne H
1085. VELAZCO, Joseph Brian Anthony A
1086. VELOSO, Maria Erika E
1087. VICTORIA, Chaucer A
1088. VICTORIANO, Michael Gerard T
1089. VIDAL, Mirabel R
1090. VIEJO, Michelle Anne P
1091. VIERNES, Rhodalice Michelle S
1092. VILCHES, Alessandra C
1093. VILLA, Ralph N
1094. VILLACORTA, Jose V
1095. VILLALOBOS, An-ja B
1096. VILLAMOR, Niva C
1097. VILLANUEVA, Carla Carmela F
1098. VILLANUEVA, Christian Daniel P
1099. VILLANUEVA, Diega D
1100. VILLANUEVA, Drina A
1101. VILLANUEVA, Michelle A
1102. VILLAR, Loris Marriel B
1103. VILLARICO, Niel John A
1104. VILLARINO, Frances Jan C
1105. VILLENA, Katrina Jorelle P
1106. VILORIA, II, Jessie Villamor J
1107. VINZON, Albert Lawrence A
1108. VIVAS, Angelica F
1109. WAGAS, Darling Chyrmyth
1110. WAKAY, Aileen Joyce L
1111. WEE SIT, Joseph M
1112. WILLIAM, Mhelanie C
1113. YANGSON, Jerson T
1114. YAP, Bojhee Bobby A
1115. YAP, III, Enrique A
1116. YSON, Pamela Marie R
1117. YU, Anne Janelle O
1118. YU, Jamie Liz F
1119. YUMUL, Jena Mae M
1120. ZABALA, JR., Genie R
1121. ZACATE, Zandy A
1122. ZAMORA, Harvey Ecker A
1123. ZANTUA, JR., Emilio V
1124. ZORETA, Jeanina Melle A
1125. ZUBIRI, Jennie Lyn T
1126. ZULUETA, Marian Lucille D

The roll of successful examinees was uploaded to the SC website. The Bar Exam Results Philippines were also flashed on two large TV screens at the SC quad.

Last year’s bar exam, consisting of 80 percent essay-type questions and 20% multiple choice questions, covered eight different subjects such as Political Law, Labor Law, Civil Law, Taxation Law, Criminal Law, Commercial Law, Remedial Law, and Legal Ethics.

Of the 6,370 applications received, 6,344 were admitted to take the exams. The High Court said 5,996 showed up on the fist Sunday and only 5,984 completed the exams held at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila.

SC said that 49.1% were first takers.
The 2014 Philippine Bar Exam committee was chaired by Supreme Court Justice Diosdado M. Peralta.

Joseph Scott Pemberton shows up on the first day of trial!


The murder trial of a US Marine accused of killing a transgender woman in the Philippines began on Monday after plea bargain negotiations fell apart.

Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton appeared in court dressed in a black suit and dark tie for the start of the trial, five months after he allegedly murdered Jennifer Laude in a red light district hotel.

Prosecutor Emilie Fe de los Santos told reporters there had been plea bargain discussions between both sides to settle the case, but no agreement was reached by Monday so the trial began.

Laude’s relatives said they had been offered 21 million pesos ($468,000) in exchange for their approval to lower the charge from murder to homicide.

“No amount of money could pay for the years I spent raising my child,” Julita Cabillan, Laude’s mother, told reporters.

“What they did to my child was gruesome. Just because we are poor doesn’t mean we can’t fight for justice.”

However one of Pemberton’s lawyers, Benjamin Tolosa, insisted the marine’s legal team did not offer any money.

“It has been insinuated the demand came from us and that’s absolutely false. It’s contrary to what happened,” Tolosa told reporters at the end of the first day of the trial.

Pemberton, aged 19 at the time of the killing, would face 40 years in jail if found guilty of murder.

The maximum penalty for homicide in the Philippines is 20 years in jail.

He declined to enter a plea at pre-trial hearing last month, as his appeal to have the case dismissed is waiting to be heard in a higher court.

However the local court in the northern port city of Olongapo entered a not guilty on his behalf last month, so the trial could go ahead.

Significant US military presence

Laude, also known as Jeffrey, was found naked with strangle marks on her neck in a cheap motel room at Olongapo’s red light district in October last year, according to a police autopsy report.

Pemberton, who had just finished training exercises between US and Philippine marines near Olongapo, checked into the motel with Laude, aged 26, shortly after meeting her at a bar, prosecutors said.

The prosecution’s first witness, a bellboy, testified on Monday that he saw Pemberton at the motel on the night Laude was killed, according to de los Santos.

However the proceedings were closed to the media, and scant details were only initially available via de los Santos.

She said that, although the plea bargain offer negotiations had broken down, it could be revived and introduced “anytime” during the trial.

But lawyers for Laude’s family accused de los Santos of promoting a plea bargain deal, and separately filed a request with the justice department on Monday asking for her to be replaced.

Laude’s death re-ignited long-simmering anti-US sentiment in the Philippines, a former American colony that still allows a significant American military presence via joint training exercises.

Court cases are only rarely closed to the media in the Philippines. De los Santos said the judge in the Pemberton case had ruled it be held behind closed doors, but did not explain why.

A spokesman at the US embassy in Manila declined to comment on the case on Monday.

Junjun Binay sues Mar Roxas and Makati vice mayor for contempt!


MANILA, Philippines  – Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin “Junjun” Binay on Thursday asked the Court of Appeals (CA) to cite Department of the Interior and Local Governments (DILG) Secretary Manuel Roxas and Makati City Vice Mayor Romulo “Kid” Peña in contempt for their continued refusal to honor the temporary restraining order (TRO) temporarily holding his suspension in abeyance.

In his petition, Binay also named as respondents, aside from Roxas and Pena, DILG-NCR Director Renato Brion, Metro Manila Police Chief Carmelo Valmoria, Southern Police District Director Henry Rañola and Senior Superintendent Elmer Jamias.

Atty. Claro Certeza, the mayor’s legal counsel, said the TRO issued Monday clearly indicated that the Ombudsman’s suspension order should not be implemented, but DILG went ahead and installed the vice mayor as acting mayor, deployed thousands of policemen and hampered the delivery of services to the public.

Binay noted that, despite the issuance of the restraining order on Monday, a police contingent, upon apparent orders of DILG and instructions from Valmoria and Jamias, the latter as the ground commander of the contingent, continued to barricade access to the Makati City Hall Building I along J.P. Rizal Avenue.

The police action was ostensibly for the purpose of implementing the enjoined order of Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales suspending Binay for six months in connection with alleged anomaly in the construction of the P2.2 billion Makati Parking Building II.

“Despite due notice and receipt of the Honorable Court’s resolution granting petitioner’s application for the TRO on the joint order preventively suspending petitioner, respondents nevertheless willfully and maliciously ignored and refused to comply with the Honorable Court’s directive,” Binay said.

This continued defiance, Binay said, should be punished by the CA.

Binay petitioned that the respondents “… be cited in contempt of court and be meted out the maximum penalty under the law.”

Binay also slammed Roxas for his pronouncement that he would seek the opinion and guidance of Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary Leila de Lima on the issue, pointing out that the DILG chief should not involve the Executive Branch in a matter that is already decided by a co-equal branch of government, the Judiciary.

Binay earlier belittled the suspension order saying that Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales violated the law that created the Ombudsman, Republic Act 6770, which mandates that evidence of guilt must be strong before a preventive suspension order can be issued.

For its part, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said it has the same opinion as that of the Office of the Ombudsman regarding the validity of the 60-day temporary restraining order (TRO) issued by the Court of Appeals (CA) Monday enjoining the suspension of Binay.

DOJ Secretary Leila de Lima said the TRO has no legal force and effect, since it is already moot and academic because “the acts it sought to stop or restrained have already been accomplished … simply because before they were restrained, the Ombudsman had already issued the Joint Order and the DILG had already implemented the suspension of Mayor Binay.”

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) had administered the oath of office to Makati City Vice Mayor Romulo “Kid” Pena as acting city mayor on Monday morning, hours before the CA issued the TRO.

With this, De Lima said, Peña can continue performing his duties as acting Makati mayor.

Jiecel Tiu: “Dili ko kabit (I am not a mistress).”!

Source: Sun Star

LAWYER Jiecel Tiu yesterday urged her former boss, Ronda Vice Mayor Jonnah John Ungab, to speak up about the real score between them to put an end to the issue.

“If you still consider me as a friend, please make a public statement,” Tiu told a press conference. “Just this once, I would like to set matters straight, dili ko kabit (I am not a mistress).”

Tiu, accompanied by her sister-lawyers and lawyer Rex Fernandez, called for the press conference yesterday afternoon to “respond to the malicious and false accusations” hurled against her by Ungab’s wife, Pearl.

The Office of the Cebu City Prosecutor will file a criminal case in court today against Pearl for allegedly attacking Tiu with a baseball bat last Feb. 26.

The case will be elevated to the Regional Trial Court after Pearl chose not to undergo a preliminary investigation on the complaint for frustrated murder filed by Tiu, said Assistant City Prosecutor Liceria Rabillas.

Rabillas has yet to determine whether to file a case for frustrated murder or downgrade the complaint to physical injuries.

Although she already filed a complaint for frustrated murder against Pearl, Tiu said there was a need to clarify some issues since “my reputation has already been tried in the court of public opinion.” Her fellow lawyers also encouraged her to clarify rumors of her having an affair with the vice mayor.

Sun.Star Cebu sent Vice Mayor Ungab a text message and tried to call him but he chose not to answer.

Told to resign

Also yesterday, Tiu submitted her supplemental complaint-affidavit and additional affidavits of her witness against Pearl.

Tiu, 31, filed the complaint last Feb. 27 accusing Pearl, 41, of frustrated murder after the latter allegedly rammed her Toyota Vios with pick-up truck, then hit her with a baseball bat in Barangay Cogon-Ramos.

In the press conference held in the office of Atty. Fernandez, Tiu said that Pearl had been harassing her prior to the Feb. 26 incident. Tiu used to work as an associate lawyer in the Ungab, Gealon and Associates law office for four years, until she resigned last year to avoid a confrontation with Pearl.

Tiu said that it was Atty. Ungab who requested her to resign from the law office.

But after she left Ungab’s law office and joined another firm, Tiu said, the vice mayor’s wife did not stop harassing her. “Sige sya gukod nako. Iya ko gi-hunting. Sige siya text nako (She kept going after me and texting me),” she said.

It was only last year, Tiu said, that she learned that Pearl suspected her of having an affair with the vice mayor.


Tiu also denied Pearl’s claim that she (Tiu) tried to hit the vice mayor’s wife and their two-year-old child in the parking lot of Centro Maximo Bldg. along D. Jakosalem St. last Feb. 26.

Tiu’s younger sister, Alisha, said that Pearl attacked them every time she and her husband quarreled. “This is not the first time. That is Pearl’s way to win back her husband,” she said.

Kami tanan pamilya iyang giapil. She has made false accusations against my sister. I demanded for evidence. Why hasn’t she presented any? Pearl is a paranoid, violent person and a very jealous wife,” said Alisha, who is also a lawyer.

Alisha further alleged that Pearl once trespassed on their house in Minglanilla and looked for Jiecel, saying it was a “matter of life and death.” Alisha said that the parents of the vice mayor also sent a letter to the Tius, purportedly to “talk about the alleged affair.”

Atty. Fernandez urged Ungab and his family members to issue a public apology and to clarify the issue. Fernandez said they will file complaints for trespassing, libel, grave oral defamation and damages, among others, against the vice mayor’s wife.

MILF operates a weapons factory in Maguindanao?


MANILA, Philippines – Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano yesterday accused the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) of manufacturing its own weapons, including high-powered firearms that were used in the firefight in Mamasapano, Maguindanao.

Cayetano grilled MILF chief negotiator Mohagher Iqbal over the machineries and vast armaments supposedly maintained by the MILF despite engaging in peace talks with the government.

The senator cited an address in Barangay Katol, General Salipada Pendatun, Maguindanao as an alleged site of a weapons manufacturing facility of the MILF.

“Can you tell me why this address is significant? Isn’t this the address of the place where the MILF manufactures firearms?” Cayetano asked.

During the hearing, the lawmaker showed a photograph of a Barrett M107 .50 caliber sniper rifle, which has a maximum range of two kilometers.

The photograph was lifted from a website  on M107 infantry.

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“This is the one that killed and shattered the skull of many of our SAF commandos. Each of this costs from P750,000 to P1,000,000,” Cayetano said in Filipino.

“A two-month training is not enough because the effective range of this .50 caliber weapon is two kilometers,” he said.

Cayetano also mentioned the Bangsamoro Military Industries (BMI), which has three weapons factories.

Before this, Cayetano showed a portion of the report of the Armed Forces of the Philippines showing a recap on armed groups in Mamasapano.

The slide identified the threat groups as the MILF, Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters, Moro National Liberation Front and private armed groups, which have 631 members and 626 weapons.

The location of the threat groups was scattered in the computer-generated map. The positions of the SAF teams deployed for the operations were also pinpointed in the diagram.

Iqbal denied any knowledge of the factory or any existing BMI.

Cayetano pestered Iqbal with questions on the alleged existence of an MILF “academy” in Maguindanao where Malaysian bomb-maker Zulkifli bin Hir, alias Marwan, took refuge during a previous operation.

The MILF negotiator confirmed the MILF used to have an academy in Camp Abubakar, but it no longer exists.

Relieved SAF commander Getulio Napeñas said there was no confirmation of the academy although he had heard the same reports.


New Bilibid Prison OIC begins revamp!

Source: Manila Bulletin

The newly appointed deputy chief of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) has vowed to implement sweeping reforms at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) in Muntinlupa City in 28 days including the replacement of all prison guards, new visitation rules, enforcing a ban on the entry of construction materials, and a livelihood program that will keep inmates busy and productive.

Atty. Rachel Ruelo, the new officer-in-charge of the BuCor Office of the Assistant Director for Prison and Security and concurrent head of the Correctional Institution for Women (CIW), said that her first task is to replace all the prison guards at the NBP’s maximum security compound. Ruelo, who has 30 years of experience in BuCor, only has less than a month to reform the NBP. By January 19 next year, she will turn 65 years old, the compulsory retirement age in government.

At the House of Representatives, AKO Bicol partylist Rep. Rodel Batocabe and former Justice Secretary-turned 1-BAP partylist Rep. Silvestre Bello III joined Guimaras Rep. Joaquin Carlos Rahman Nava and the House leadership in pushing for a probe into the “serious” and “dangerous” proliferation of illegal arms trade in the country following the seizure of several firearms at the maximum security compound of the NBP.

“Rep. Nava’s revelations, if true, clearly show the sophisticated labyrinth of operations of gun running syndicates. It is because of the complexity of this network  that the business of gun running in the Philippines sends a chilling effect on us, citizens,” Batocabe said after Nava called for an investigation “as to how and why” his firearm reached the NBP and not Germany where it was supposed to be sent for repair.


Ruelo also said they will strictly implement new visitation rules in the NBP. Under the new rule, family members are the first priority. Friends of prisoners, she said, will have to present documents and prove that they can help in the reformation of the prisoner whom they will visit.

She said the “kubol” of the high-profile inmates at the maximum security facility will be turned into a “brigada” or dormitory for old and disabled prisoners.

The entry of construction materials, she added, will also be banned under her watch.

She lamented that the BuCor has been neglected by the Philippine government for decades in terms of modernizing facilities for prisoners.

“Under Section 19, Article 3 of our Bill of Rights, ‘the use of substandard or inadequate penal facilities under subhuman conditions shall be dealt with by law,’” she said, adding that it is the obligation of the government to solve this.

Ruelo said the BuCor needs more prison guards to provide security to prisoners. As of November 30, 2014, the BuCor has 40,720 prisoners at the NBP and six regional prisons in the country but only has 1,914 prison guards. BuCor also suffers from prisoner congestion rate of 168 percent.

“We have poor facility and we need more guns for prison guards,” she added.

Ruelo also plans to revive the program for prisoners that will train them to make handicrafts and other items that can be sold outside.


“The President was right when he got worried about the presence of guns in Bilibid because it evinces how powerful the tentacles of lawlessness are in our society and, worse, we do not even know who are responsible for these. Definitely, it should not only be the executive  branch which should investigate but Congress as well if only to  prevent  our society from being held hostage by all kinds of  evil lords,” Batocabe said.

“The proliferation of arms trade is very serious and dangerous and should be immediately investigated by the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) or the PNP (Philippine National Police),” he said.

Nava’s call was also supported by Speaker Feliciano “Sonny” Belmonte Jr. and Antipolo Rep. Romeo Acop, former PNP comptroller during the leadership of ex-PNP Chief Panfilo Lacson.

Acop, for his part expressed willingness to co-author the resolution that would be filed by Nava to look into the illegal arms trade, saying that it is about time for Congress to step in and address the issue.

Nava said he is “considering all options” to clear his name, including the possible filing of a complaint against Nashe, where he bought Walther PPK with a Serial No. 2004695 sometime in November or December 2011.

The House leadership cited the possibility that Nava could be investigated after his licensed gun was found in the quarters of a convicted drug trafficker at the maximum security compound of the NBP in Muntinlupa City. Belmonte said the 290-man Lower Chamber, specifically the House Committee on Ethics and Privileges could look into firearm controversy hounding Nava.

Nava told the Manila Bulletin that he brought back to Nashe his licensed firearm last July 17, 2013 for repair and since then, he has been waiting for the gun store to inform him if it is already repaired. His gun license was issued on January 4, 2012 and will expire on November 19, 2015.

“Ang problem ko hindi ko na makita ang documentation. Masyado akong naging kampante kasi one of the employees taga amin. I know her grandfather and her family. Yesterday, I went there to retrieve my gun. I was expecting the whole gun would be there, but it was not,” he said.

“Ang kala ko nasa Germany, yun pala sa New Bilibid napunta,” Nava said.


The camp of a convicted kidnapper has questioned the legality of his transfer, along with 19 other high profile convicts, from the NBP to the NBI as part of a crackdown on the alleged illegal drugs trade right at the national penitentiary.

Marilou Golloso Martinez Raguro, brother of convicted kidnapper Noel Martinez, yesterday filed a petition for Writ of Amparo before the Court of Appeals (CA) as she claimed that the arbitrary transfer of his brother from the NBP to the NBI headquarters in Manila violated her brother’s constitutional rights, including his rights to counsel and not to be held incommunicado.

Named respondents in the petition were Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, NBI Director Virgilio Mendez and Bureau of Corrections Director, Franklin Bucayu.

She also asked the CA to issue a temporary protection order (TPO), which will command the respondents to allow Martinez, who is serving his sentence at the NBP after he was convicted by the Tagum City Regional Trial Court in 2006 for kidnapping and ransom, to receive visitors.

“This petition is anchored on Article III (Bill of Rights), Sections 12 and 14 of the 1987 Constitution in relation to the Rule on the Writ of Amparo seeking the issuance of the Writ of Amparo and a Temporary Protection Order against Respondent’s baseless and unlawful transfer and confinement of Noel G. Martinez in the NBI jail facility and the deprivation of his constitutional rights, particularly on the provisions on rights not to be held incommunicado and to counsel,” the 21-page petition said.

“No discretion is therefore left with the Secretary of Justice, much less with the agencies under here, herein BuCor and NBI, to transfer Noel to the NBI facility. This only highlights the utter impropriety and illegality of respondent’s manner of violating Noel’s right,” the petition further said.

Aside from Martinez, the other inmates removed from the NBP were Eugene Chua, Chua Sam Li, Vincent Sy, George Sy, Joel Capones, Herbert Colangco, Peter Co, Amin Imam Boratong, Clarence Dongail, Tom Chua, Rommel Capoines, Jojo Baligad, Willy Chua, Michael Ong, Jacky King Sy, Willy Sy and Herman Agojo.

The convicted drug lords will remain in the NBI until the BuCor has finished the construction of a segregation facility intended for them.

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