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Hahaha Go has 3 cars inside NBP plus a bahay kubo.
If you want him killed, you dont need to take him out of prison.
If you want money, why would you bother with Go when you can take one of his love ones - di hamak na mas madaling kidnapin ang nasa labas. Ask some police officers. And for 1M?
Why try to escape when in a year youll be free. Its not like you are actually in prison - sarap ng buhay mo sa loob. Tatakas ka pa?
Why give him money for transportation? You want him back in prison.
Any other logical alibis?
Rolito Go confined in Bilibid prison hospital, his minimum security privileges suspended
August 17, 2012 6:29am
NBI to check reports Rolito Go went missing earlier than Tuesday
MARK MERUEŃAS, GMA NEWS August 17, 2012 3:24pm
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5 suspects in abduction of Rolito Go, nephew arrested
By Tetch Torres
6:15 pm | Monday, November 12th, 2012
MANILA, Philippines—The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) have arrested five suspects in the alleged abduction of convicted murderer Rolito Go and his nephew inside the National Bilibid Prison (NBP) last August.
Now in the custody of the NBI are Armando Mondero; Police Officer 2 Emerson Guazon; Emilio Ortiz of Everlasting Street, Capitol Subdivision, Caloocan City; Lawrence Yurong; and Fernando Francisco. Mondero is a former inmate at the NBP while Guazon is assigned at the Presidential PNP Security Force.
The NBI said Mondero was arrested along Litex Road, Commonwealth, in Quezon City while Guazon surrendered to the custody of the PNP. No details were available.
A complaint for kidnapping will be filed against the suspects at the Department of Justice (DoJ).
Last August, Go and his nephew Clarence Yu disappeared from the NBP only to appear two days later.
Go said their abductors took them to Batangas. Their abductors initially demanded P50 million for their release but later reduced it to P1 million. They were, however, released after Yu gave their abductors P40,000, which Yu withdrew from an ATM.
2 suspects in Rolito Go 'abduction' now in NBI custody — De Lima
November 12, 2012 5:42pm
Two suspects in the supposed abduction of murder convict Rolito Go in August have been placed under the custody of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and slapped with criminal complaints, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said on Monday.
In a text message to the media, De Lima said the arrest was relayed to her by NBI director Nonnato Caesar Rojas.
"We have under custody two of the abductors. One [was arrested] based on a warrant of arrest for carnapping and the other voluntarily surrendered," De Lima quoted Rojas as saying in the text message.
Rojas reportedly said the two—Armando Mondero and PO2 Emerson Guanzon—have already submitted their respective affidavits that were subscribed before a Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutor.
Mondero was a former inmate at the New Bilibid Prisons who was arrested along Litex Road in Commonwealth, Quezon City, while Guanzon was assigned at the Presidential Philippine National Police Security Force. Guazon was turned over to the NBI by his superior.
A kidnapping case has already been filed against the two with the DOJ, along with other wanted suspects Emilio Ortiz, Lawrence Yurong,; and Fernando Francisco.
Go was convicted for the killing of Eldon Maguan, an engineering student, in 1991 in a traffic altercation in San Juan City.
De Lima earlier took over the supervision of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) after its director, retired Army Gen. Gaudencio Pangilinan, took an indefinite leave of absence following the disappearance and resurfacing of Go in August. She said she would head the bureau until the completion of the investigation into Go's disappearance.
De Lima had earlier said there seemed to be "semblance of truth" to Go's claim that he was taken out of the National Bilibid Prison and brought to Santo Tomas, Batangas, by armed people.
Go’s disappearance was discovered after the daily roll call. His relatives claimed he was taken forcibly from the prison, and that his abductors had demanded a P1-million ransom.
Go resurfaced a day after he disappeared and was placed in the custody of the Philippine National Police. He claimed he was kidnapped but released when he said his relatives didn’t have the money to pay for the ransom. — Mark D. Merueńas/KBK, GMA News
10 persons charged for Rolito Go abduction
By Ina Reformina, ABS-CBN News
Posted at 11/13/2012 1:14 PM | Updated as of 11/13/2012 1:14 PM
MANILA - Ten people allegedly involved in the abduction of convicted killer Rolito Go and his nephew, Clemence Yu, last August were slapped with kidnapping and serious illegal detention charges by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
Justice Sec. Leila De Lima announced on Tuesday that Emilio Ortiz, Lawrence Yurong; a certain “alias Bong;” Fernando Fransisco (also known as Pando); Armando Mondero; Jerry Duenas; a certain “Reggie;” a certain “Kumander Rico;” a certain minimum security prison trustee of the New Bilibid Prison and Go's cook have been charged before the Department of Justice (DOJ) with violation of Art. 267 (kidnapping and serious illegal detention) and Art. 294 (robbery with violence against or intimidation of persons of the Revised Penal Code. Ortiz is the alleged mastermind, as claimed in an affidavit executed by Mondero.
Mondero claimed that Ortiz secured fake NBI identification cards, provided the firearms, and provided the vehicle, a black Ford Everest with an NBI commemorative plate, used in the operation.
Mondero said Ortiz was assisted by alias “Bong,” Yurong, and Fransisco. He claimed that he and Duenas were merely recruited.
Mondero narrated that Yurong's contacts (the cook and the trustee) inside the NBP gave them information on Go's whereabouts, while it was “Bong,” Armando, Mondero, Duenas, and Yurong who went inside and forcibly herded Go and Yu into Yu's car.
The two were brought to San Vicente, Sto. Tomas, Batangas with the assistance of Kumander Rico and a certain Reggie.
The NBI said that the suspects were able to withdraw P60,000 from Yu's Allied Bank ATM account.
Mondero and Duenas are now under NBI custody and expressed willingness to help authorities in the investigation.
Go and Yu were abducted from the New Bilibid Prisons (NBP) last Aug. 14 and appeared two days later.