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At a press conference yesterday, Ria and Philip Arles called for justice for their father, Judge Henry Arles, who was murdered in Barangay Manalad, Ilog, while he was driving his car home (right) one year ago today*

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Justice still elusive
for murdered judge
As family marks 1st death anniversary today

The long battle for justice continues for the family of murdered Kabankalan Judge Henry Arles as they mark his first death anniversary with a mass, and rites at the scene of the crime in Barangay Manalad, Ilog, this morning.

“Justice will be attained when the people behind the killing of our father are placed behind bars,” his son, Philip Arles, said yesterday.

Ma. Estelita “Ria” Arles, the only daughter of the judge, said they were informed late last year that the draft resolution of the Department of Justice investigating prosecutor on the complaint against the suspects in her father's murder was submitted to the prosecutor general for review.moremoremore

Raps vs. de la Paz,
8 others dismissed

The Office of the Deputy Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Offices has dismissed the criminal and administrative complaints filed against former Bacolod City Police Office Director Senior Supt. Ricardo De la Paz and eight other policemen by three suspects in robbery with rape of a German national about two years ago.

A copy of the decision furnished the DAILY STAR by one of the accused policemen showed that the dismissal of the charges was recommended by Overall Deputy Ombudsman Orlando Casimiro and was approved by Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales.moremoremore

Alvarez asks Roxas
for investigation

Vice Govenor Genaro Alvarez Jr.and members of the Sanggunian Panlalawigan allied with him have written to Interrior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas asking for an investigation of infrastructure projects of the province of Negros Occidental.

“We respectfully request your good office to conduct an investigation on the five transactions entered into by Governor Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. in behalf of the province of Negros Occidental funded through loan grants from various banks which lately called our attention due to the anomalous circumstances,” their letter to Roxas said.

They cited the sheep breeding project, the Negros First Ranch, Negros First CyberCentre, Negros Occidental High School two-storey building, and the construction and renovatiuon of various government hospitals.moremoremore

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