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Missing: Romulo Robiños and Ryan Supan
« on: November 12, 2008, 01:34:42 AM »
The Court of Appeals (CA) has dismissed the petition filed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) seeking the reversal of the decision of the appellate court directing the AFP and the PNP to open their camps for inspection by the families of two missing individuals.

The minute resolution penned by Associate Justice Martin Villarama of the CA former 5th Division said the appellate court did not find sufficient basis to reverse its earlier ruling on the case.

Earlier, the CA granted the petition for writ of amparo filed by Leny and Lolita Robiños to bring to the court their missing relatives, Romulo Robiños and Ryan Supan.

The CA also directed former Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Hermogenes Esperon Jr. and former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Avelino Razon Jr. to stop harassing the two petitioners.

It also ordered the AFP and the PNP to open its detention facilities for inspection.

Ordered opened for inspection were the detention cells of the Philippine Army's 69th Infantry Battalion in Mexico, Pampanga, Bamban, Tarlac and its mother unit the 7th Infantry Division in Fort Magsaysay, Laur, Nueva Ecija, as well as the 24th IB detention centers in Limay, Bataan.

In their motion for reconsideration filed through the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG), both the AFP and the PNP argued that not all the portions of the said detention facilities can be opened for inspection due to security reasons.

The respondents also denied allegations that they abducted Robiños and Supan, explaining that the alleged kidnapping incident is now under investigation.

However, the CA maintained that the respondents did not present valid arguments to warrant the reversal of its Nov. 29, 2007 decision. - PNA

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