Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 2,980,000 search results
  1. The Vizconde murder case , colloquially known as the Vizconde massacre , was the multiple homicide of members of the Vizconde family on 30 June 1991 at their residence in BF Homes, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines. [ Philippine Inquirer The Vizconde Case] Estrellita Vizconde, 49, had suffered thirteen stab wounds; Maria Carmela Vizconde, 19, had suffered seventeen stab wounds and had been raped before she was... Read More

    Vizconde murders - Wikipedia
  2. This is an appeal from the 30 March 2012 Decision [1] of the Court of Appeals (CA) in CA-G.R. CR-H.C. No. 03659 which affirmed with modification the 23 July 2008 Joint Decision [2] of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 39, Lingayen, Pangasinan (RTC), in Criminal Case Nos. L-6575 and L-6576 finding Mardy Aquino, Mario Aquino, and Juanito Aquino guilty of murder and frustrated murder.

    • The Silawan Rape Case
    • Vizconde Massacre
    • The Chiong Murders
    • The Jalosjos Case
    • Lucila Lulu Murder

    In March 2019 in Lapu-Lapu City in the Visayas, 16-year-old Christine Lee Silawan asked permission from her mother if she could go to church that evening. She was a member of the church ministry that collected donations from churchgoers. Her mother allowed her to go, thinking that she would return home after an hour. She never did. The next day, a body of a girl about the same age as Silawan was found in a field, the skin and muscles on her face carved clean right down to the bone, revealing the skull, eyeballs still intact. She also had over 30 stab wounds on different parts of her body, some of these were defense wounds. Photos of the gruesome scene quickly went viral on social media. People learned that bone was really white. Police had a hard time identifying the victim because of what was done to her face. Eventually, they identified her as Christine based on DNA results. Her mother was inconsolable. Nearly a month later, police arrested 42-year-old Renato Payupan Llenes, who c...

    The Vizconde Massacre is one of the most high-profile rape and murder cases in the Philippines. It occurred on June 30, 1991 when three members of the Vizconde family were brutally murdered in their home in B.F. Homes, Parañaque. The victims were Carmela Vizconde, 19, Jennifer Vizconde, 6, and their mother, Estrellita Vizconde, 49. Lauro Vizconde, the father and husband of the victims, was away on a business trip in the U.S. Estrellita suffered thirteen stab wounds. Carmella was raped before she was murdered, sustaining 17 stab wounds. Jennifer, who was only 6 years old, had 19 stab wounds. The massacre left the nation in disbelief. There had been no leads in the case until, in 1995, Jessica Alfarostepped forward as a self-described key witness to the crime. Alfaro’s testimony sent shockwaves around the nation: she implicated the sons of some of the country’s wealthiest and powerful families. Among the accused were Hubert Webb, Antonio Lejano II, Hospicio Fernandez, Michael Gatchali...

    The Chiong murder caseis one of the most controversial rape-slay cases in the Philippines because of the amount of publicity it gained. Rumors surrounded the case, including one that claims that the sisters were not murdered, but are actually still alive and living in Canada. Another strange twist in the case is the seemingly solid alibi of the lead suspect in the case. On July 17, 1997, sisters Marijoy and Jacqueline Chiong went missing. According to the prosecution, Jacqueline and Marijoy were waiting for a ride home when they were forced into a car at about 10 p.m. on July 16, 1997 at the Ayala Center Cebu. According to the Chiong family, Marijoy and Jacqueline were brought to a house in Barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City, where they were raped. Then, they were transported to Carcar, where they were again raped. Two days later, Marijoy's body, bruised and raped, was found at the bottom of a ravine in Carcar. Jacqueline's remains are missing to this day. For some reason, the prosecutio...

    Romeo Jalosjos is a convicted child rapist. In June 1996 when he committed the crime, he was congressman of Zamboanga del Norte. In 46 pages, the Supreme Court laid down its decision of convicting Jalosjos: “For all we know, Jalosjos may have found a distinct and complete sexual gratification in such kind of libidinous stunts and maneuvers, Jalosjos may have reached that point where he would rather have sex with a girl of tender age, who could even pass as his granddaughter.” “Topped with the thrusting motions by Jalosjos, the resulting pain by the victim in her sex organ was no doubt a consequence of consummated rape,” read part of the Supreme Court’s decision. In December 1996, just before the government could issue a warrant of arrest at the Batasan, Jalosjos fled. He hid in a remote island near Bataan. Agents of the National Bureau of Investigation eventually tracked him down. In 1997, the Supreme Court ruled with finality the guilty verdict on Jalosjos for the multiple statutor...

    Lucila Lu was the original “Chop-chop Lady,” a term that described women whose body parts were dismembered and scattered across different parts of the city or province to cover up the identity of the victim. Sometime in the early ‘60s, Lu left her hometown in Candaba, Pampanga to seek her fortunes in Manila, where she found a job as a waitress. When she saved up enough money from her waiting tables, she put up her own salon at Manila’s red light district. Then, in 1967, she disappeared. On May 28, the police discovered in Malabon a badly wrapped package that contained different body parts: a pair of legs, chopped into 4 pieces. The body parts were wrapped with newspaper that was dated May 14th. They were handed over to the police by garbage collectors, who reported that the package felt cold, as like frozen meat being defrosted. They knew it was a woman’s because of the well pedicured toenails. A day later, a similar package was found on EDSA, near Guadalupe Bridge, this time contai...

  3. 2 days ago · After almost 35 years, the Philippine court set a rule on a double murder case of labor leader Rolando Olalia and Leonor Alay-ay. On November 13, 1986, Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) leader Rolando Olalia and his driver Leonor Alay-ay were found dead in Antipolo, Rizal bearing bruises and stab wounds and a gunshot in their heads and a scar on Olalia’s leg being the only identifying mark that ...

  4. The facts, as alleged in the Information in Criminal Case No. 7698-G, and as proven during trial, show that appellant is guilty of 2 counts of the crime of Murder and not Double Murder, as the killing of the victims was not the result of a single act but of several acts of appellant and his cohorts.

  5. People also ask

    Who was charged with murder in the Philippines?

    What was the trial of the century in the Philippines?

    Which is the most controversial case in the Philippines?

    What's the maximum penalty for attempted homicide in the Philippines?

  6. Vizconde murders. The Vizconde murder case, colloquially known as the Vizconde massacre, was the multiple homicide of members of the Vizconde family on 30 June 1991 at their residence in BF Homes, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines. Estrellita Vizconde, 49, had suffered thirteen stab wounds; Maria Carmela Vizconde, 19, had suffered seventeen ...

    • June 30, 1991; 30 years ago
    • Vizconde family
  7. This is the second reported criminal case involving a United States Marine in the Philippines under the VFA. In 2005, four Marines were tried in the Philippines for rape in what became known as the Subic rape case. Three were acquitted at trial and the fourth was convicted at trial but later acquitted on appeal after victim "Nicole" recanted ...

    • October 11, 2014
    • Celzone Lodge
  1. People also search for