Wife of slain racing champ, 2 others under ‘lookout’ order
MANILA, Philippines—Justice Secretary Leila De Lima on Friday ordered the Bureau of Immigration to include in its Lookout Bulletin Order the wife of racing champ Enzo Pastor after she was tagged as one of those involved in her husband’s death.
Aside from Daliah Guerrero-Pastor, included in the LBO are businessman Domingo de Guzman III and Police Officer 2 Edgar Angel. Daliah is facing a complaint for parricide and frustrated murder while De Guzman is facing a case for murder, frustrated murder and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition. Angel is facing a case for frustrated murder.
Even if included in the LBO, one can still leave the country but only after being granted permission by the Department of Justice.
In the case of Daliah, De Lima said she needs to secure an Emigration Clearance Certificate (ECC). A certificate is issued if the commissioner finds that the applicant has no pending obligation with the government, its instrumentalities, agencies and subdivisions and that the person has no pending criminal, civil or administrative case.
De Lima also ordered the Bureau of Immigration to be on alert in the event that any of the three attempts to leave the country.
Pastor and his helper Paolo Salazar were shot by a motorcycle riding man in Quezon City on June 12 at around 9:45 p.m. The two were rushed to Quezon City General Hospital but Pastor was declared dead on arrival while Salazar was transferred to East Avenue Medical Center.
A few days later, Salazar executed an affidavit that only Daliah knew their location because her husband, the victim, spoke to her on the phone.
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