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Makati court junks raps vs land developer

/ 05:08 AM April 29, 2022
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The Makati City prosecutor has junked the syndicated estafa charges filed against executives of Revolution Precrafted, including owner Robbie Antonio, only four months after the Makati Regional Trial Court dismissed an earlier suit as unfounded. The prosecutor said there was no evidence to support the complaint and neither were there any evidence that the company’s executives committed criminal acts. “Of course there is a sense of vindication, as we have always maintained that contract disruptions were unavoidable due to the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Antonio said. “Now that things are slowly returning to normal, we are currently in the process of studying our operations, and evaluating a pivot of the business plan” he concluded.

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