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THE LEADER of the Rasuman group, Jachob “Coco” Rasuman. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—A Cagayan de Oro City court on Friday issued warrants of arrest for the wife, father and other relatives of alleged investment scam leader Jachob “Coco” Rasuman following the filing of two new syndicated estafa complaints by the Department of Justice (DOJ) with the court.

The warrants, copies of which were forwarded to the DOJ in Manila by Cagayan de Oro Regional Trial Court Branch 23 presided over by Judge Vincent Rosales, pertained to separate complaints filed by two businessmen who claimed they lost almost P20 million to Rasuman’s investment scam.

The first arrest warrant covers Rasuman’s wife Princess Tomawis Rasuman, brother Basher Rasuman Jr., father Basher Rasuman Sr., mother Ema Rasuman and father-in-law Sultan Yahya Jerry Tomawis.

The second covers the same suspects except for Ema Rasuman but includes Rasuman’s two brothers, Maning Rasuman, vice mayor of Tamparan town in Lanao del Sur, and Jerome Rasuman.


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Tags: Aman Futures scam , Cagayan de Oro Regional Trial Court , Coco Rasuman , Department of Justice , Estafa , investment scam , jachob rasuman


  • bogli_anakdami

    kunyari lang yan… walang mangyayaring resulta sa lintek na warrant of arrest na yan…

    heto ngang patayan sa atimonan eh wala pang nahuhuling murderer eh…

    bwi hi hi hi hi hi pwi!

    • kismaytami

      Asa ka pa.

  • Vertumnus

    Yep this is the Philippines alright!  Political dynasties runs in the family why not scam artist too!

    It’s not more fun in the Philippines lately!

  • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

    Dapat napasama sa grupo ni Vic Siman tong pasimuno ng scam na ito.



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