Court orders airport watch for ex-police exec Matillano

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The Sandiganbayan has ordered the chiefs of the Bureau of Immigration airport operations division and immigration regulation division to prevent retired police official Eduardo Matillano from leaving the country for failing to submit accurate statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) from 1994 to 2000 and 2004.

In its order issued on Friday, the antigraft court’s Second Division directed the two agencies to ensure that the hold-departure order against Matillano would be implemented.

The former chief of the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group was charged with three counts of perjury and eight indictments for irregular declarations in his SALNs, which is punishable under Republic Act No. 6713, or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.

The prosecution recommended a total of P98,000 in bonds for Matillano—P10,000 each for the eight counts of violations of RA 6713 and P6,000 for each count of perjury.

The multiple charges against Matillano were filed by Assistant Special Prosecutor II Honorio Ebora Jr. and approved by Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales on Sept. 28, 2012.

The perjury cases were based on alleged omissions in Matillano’s disclosure of his combined assets with his wife, Elizabeth, in his SALNs for 2001, 2002 and 2003.—Cynthia D. Balana

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  • $20722540

    bakit si matillano pinag-iinitan ninyo…yong mga senador at congressman MILLION MILLIONis ang nakorakot wala naman nagyayari

    • rouelcalzita

      Si Matillano ay tanga sya, katulad ni Corona.
      Kaya anong nangyari sa katangahan?
      Ung mga Senatong ay mautak…

      • $20722540

        hindi yan mga tanga dapat lang marunong maging tuta ng administration

  • kabayandinako

    That is the meaning of “INTEGRITY” that PMA has taught to Matillano, at sa karamihang PMayers na pumalpak dahil sa katakawan.

  • elgeepee

    Walang nagpafile ng complaint kaya walang kaso. Si Matillano may complaint iyan kaya nagkakaso. let’s dare those who have documents to prove corruption against Congressmen and Senators to file the cases. The problem is we can’t secure documents since they frozen the FOI bill. Sino ngayon magfile laban sa kanila. WALA  

  • $20174498

    SANA ANG TARGETIN NITONG SI OMBUDSMAN MORALES EH YONG MGA ACTIVE NA POLICE NGAYON PARA DI SIYA PAGDUDAHAN NG PAGIGING BIAS…HOY CONCHITA MAG PA LIFE STYLE CHECK KA SA MGA ACTIVE NA PULIS NGAYON MULA SPO1 HANNGANG HENERAL AT MALULULA KA SA LAKI NG MGA ALA MANSION NA BUHAY AT SA DAMI NG MAMAHALING SASAKYAN.

  • Anqui

    This article is a “TSIMIS”!!! Why write something for public viewing if you are afraid to spill out the beans…it did not tell/show how much was not honestly reported during years being questioned.  We all know that retired generals from the Military and Philippine National Police  stole large amount  of money from the two organizations, because they think that they have the power to do it.  People in high position in Government abused their position by stealing our money because we allowed them to do it.  It is our MORAL duty to protect what is ours, so please participate and make a stand to stop them!!!  

  • nakatutok

    PMA Class 71 yan…malamang to the rescue ang mga MISTAH….ano pa hinihintay nyo Senator Greg ang Ping……

    • Fayha

      kalaban ni Lacson si Matillano. at saka si Beroya.

  • JoyVi

    what about those retired corrupt police officers?

    Carmelita J. Pujeda was an ex-cop in QC before retiring into property scam.  How did a lowly desk officer be able to buy a two-lot property in Tierra Pura Homes?

    How much bride she did ask during her stint at QCPD?

    Worse is she got away with it and continue to victimize clueless house buyers in QC!  

    How can you feed your children and your grandchildren with monies that are not even yours?

  • koaks2

    nakaalis na yun. nasaan na ba si palparan, ecleo, reyes brothers, delfin lee?

  • pedronimo

    Don’t blame the public for suspecting that immigration authorities are greedy and greased with bribe money.

  • virgo57

    Ito si Mr. Eduardo Martillano ang dating police officer na assigned sa Davao City na merong kasong physical injury at grave threat sa massage attendant at gusto ni Martillano ng extra service pero tinawanan ng attendant kasi para daw palito ng posporo na dahilan ng ikinagalit ng actor. Truth is stronger than fiction ask Vice Mayor Rody Duterte.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Q3QGG5QHBLRMZTIYWUFURY6J2E Night

    kasalanan ni GMA kung bakit corrupt etong pulis patola na eto…………….

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_U62PHGMKO4RK7BLMC4ACA4EG5A EREC

      GMA leadership…. this kind of people were trained to be corrupt!

      • tanga_hanga_ni_abnoy

         para naman nung panahon ni aquino, ramos, estrada ay walang corruption..pareparehas lang yan

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_U62PHGMKO4RK7BLMC4ACA4EG5A EREC

    ANG GANITONG TAO……..DAPAT KODAKAN NA ng ibat ibang klasing pagbabago ng mukha like, walang buhok, walang kilay, may nunal, pinalaki ang mata, pinataas ang ilong, pinalaki ang butas ng ilong, pina kinky ang buhok, ginawang puti, yellow, pula ang buhok…. lahat na posibility na mabago ang kanyang itsura, maliban lang wala nang ulo….he he he. We call it digital personal profilling!!!

  • BOYPDAF

    Pag bata ka ni Arroyo bawal ang mgnakaw…ng kaunti

  • kilabot

    another pma’er. 
    no need to say more.

  • koolkid_inthehouse

    he’s gone. like Lacson, hiding somewhere.

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