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Trece Martires mayor, others face raps before DOJ for vice mayor’s death

/ 01:41 PM September 13, 2018
ASSASINATION Workers carry the body of Vice Mayor Alexander Lubigan out of his pickup truck shortly after he was assassinated on July 7. —RICHARD A. REYES

ASSASINATION Workers carry the body of Vice Mayor Alexander Lubigan out of his pickup truck shortly after he was assassinated on July 7. —RICHARD A. REYES

The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Thursday filed before the Department of Justice (DOJ) a complaint for murder and frustrated murder against Trece Martires Mayor Melandres Desagun for the death of Vice Mayor Alexander Lubigan.

Also named in the complaint are Maragondon Cavite Councilor Lawrence Arca, Luis Vasquez Abad Jr., Ariel Fletchetro Paiton, Rhonel Bersamina, and several John and Jane Does.

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Gemma Lubigan, wife of the slain vice mayor, accompanied by Calabarzon Police Regional Director Edward Carranza and Cavite Police Chief William Segun together filed the complaint at the DOJ in Manila.

Lubigan and his driver Romulo Guillemer were killed last July 7 while his aide survived the attack in front of a Korean restaurant along Barangay Luciano in Cavite. /je

READ: PNP to charge Trece Martires City mayor over vice mayor’s slay

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