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Bacolod ‘drug mule’
fighting for freedom
Parents could not even hug her in Thailand

A Bacoleña “drug mule” sentenced to life imprisonment in Bangkok insists she is innocent and will fight to prove it in court.

Flory May Talaban, 28, whose parents were finally able to visit her at the at the Correctional Institute for Female Offenders in Bangkok, Thailand, told them she has filed an appeal before Thailand’s second court, her mother Nede Talaban of Bacolod said yesterday.

Nede and Florentino Talaban were brought to Thailand by Bayan Rep. Neri Colmenares and they first met  their daughter  at the Thai prison on March 28, and two more times after before returning to the Philippines.moremoremore

‘Nabbed extortionist
victimized others’


City Police Director, Senior Supt. Ricardo de la Paz, yesterday said that he has received information that the man arrested for trying to extort money from Bacolod Rep. Anthony Golez also extorted from several businessmen in the city.

De la Paz said he has instructed the City Police Intelligence Branch to verify how many other complainants there are against Raymund Sombero, 33, of Barangay Sum-ag, Bacolod, who is now detained at the Negros Oriental police headquarters.moremoremore

Bitay: GSIS moves to
hasten services


Chairman Daniel “Bitay” Lacson Jr. of the Government Service Insurance System said policy changes and a management reorganization are underway at the GSIS to provide faster and better services to its clients.

“Delayed service to GSIS clients in unacceptable under this administration,” Lacson said.

Lacson, who was appointed GSIS chairman by President Benigno Aquino III in July last year, has since gone around the  country conducting consultations with the insurance system’s stakeholders to address their concerns.moremoremore

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