More from LN come out
to back Marañon-Ferrer
NOTHING FINAL FOR LITO YET
BY CARLA GOMEZ
More Love Negros members are openly expressing their support for the United Negros Alliance tandem of Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. and Rep. Jeffrey Ferrer (Neg. Occ., 4 th District) for the May 2016 polls.
Bago City Mayor Ramon Torres and Vice Mayor Nicholas Yulo yesterday endorsed the tandem, while last week Pulupandan Mayor Miguel Peña and his vice mayor Antonio Suatengco did the same.
Bacoleño Aurelio Cesar “Taboy” Jalbuena Servando, yesterday said it has been 16 months since his son, Guillo Servando was killed, and more have died from hazing.
“One every 4 months. Of the four, 3 were killed in Tau Gamma Phi hazings. The devil must be so proud,” he said.
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stabbing to death of priest
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW
Police have filed a murder complaint against the man who allegedly stabbed dead a priest in Sta. Cruz, Tanjay City in Negros Oriental, just as he was about to offer a fiesta mass in honor of the chapel's patron saint Tuesday.
The murder complaint was filed late Wednesday against Dionisio Tejamo, of Sitio Bomba in Barangay Sta. Cruz, before the Tanjay City Prosecutor's Office.
An inquest was not possible as Tejamo could not appear before the Prosecutor's Office because his attending physician did not allow him to leave the hospital in Dumaguete as he still needs orthopedic cast for his leg wounds, the police said.