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‘Widespread Fraud in Toboso Polls’

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The 2013 elections in Toboso town was full of fraud and cheating, a source claimed.

The source, a political operator in Toboso, bared to the Negros Daily Bulletin (NDB) alleged instances of widespread election cheating in the town.

ROADS IN SOUTHERN NEGROS. Concreting of road networks and highways from Sipalay City to Hinoba-an town are on in most parts but in some areas the portions being prepared for improvement are made worse by occasional heavy rains. There are also bridges being upgraded but works are slow that government officials are urging contractors to adhere to their contracted completion dates.* (Arman Toga photos)


Happy Birthday Bagguer Villaluz !

August 25 Birthday Celebrator Bagguer with (his later) wife Cosette during their Legaspi City, Albay trip, when he was sponsored by a retired judge of Naga City, Judge Jose Dy.

The Mayon Volcano is on their background.*

“The results from the 31 clustered precincts did not do much with the results; Ballots (were) marked in favor of a mayoralty candidate so that the precinct-count optical scanners (PCOS) can’t read it, they also shaded the name of the other candidate resulting in a stray ballot or vote; There were many marked ballots; In a clustered precinct it was the members of the Board of Election Inspectors who allegedly voted in 45 ballots even if the voter is not classified as an illiterate as evidenced by the signature of the chairman in all the 45 ballots. In other precincts it happened 101 times,” the source, who requested anonymity for his personal safety, said.

He said that when you look at the books of voters,” it will not match with the number of ballots in the ballot box. The number of ballots is more than the number of voters registered in the precinct, which is considered as padding. In the case of Brgy. Poblacion, the ballots did not get through the PCOS machines, but directly put in the ballot box which glaringly violated the proper procedure.”

San Carlos Regional Trial Court Judge Katherine Go of Branch 59 has given the chairperson of the Revision Committee until August 10 to file with the court her Over-all Revision Report on the recount of the 2013 Toboso votes.

A “gag order” on the parties involved in the recount of the 2013 election in Toboso, was issued.

Man With‘Superpower’ Killed by Own Gun; 1 Wounded

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A man who believes he has a “super power” and cannot be hit with live ammunition, was killed after he shot himself in Sitio Binagutacan, Barangay San Isidro, Toboso, Negros Occidental, Sunday.

Police Senior Inspector Robert Mansueto, Toboso PNP chief identified the victim as July Agilon, of legal age and resident of the place.

Agilon boasted about his ability which was proven true in his first and second attempts but on the third, Agilon was hit in the head by his .45 firearm and died on the spot.

Another Ceres Bus Collision!

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1 Killed, 1 Critical in Ceres Bus, Motorcycle Collision

A driver of motorcycle was killed on the spot and his companion was in critical condition after it collided with Ceres Bus running opposite direction in Km 109, Sitio Stop Aguinaldo, Barangay San Isidro, Toboso, Negros Occidental about 1:10pm Saturday.

Police Senior Inspector Roberto Mansueto, Toboso PNP police chief identified the fatality as Ernie Rapana, legal age and resident of Sitio Lacanon, Barangay Pinupu-gasan, Escalante City. He sustained head and body injuries and died on the spot.

NDB Exclusive: JUDGE ORDERS GAG ON TOBOSO RECOUNT; Denies Motion to Dismiss

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San Carlos Regional Trial Court Judge Katherine Go of Branch 59 has imposed a “gag order” on the parties involved in the recount of the 2013 election result in Toboso, Negros Occidental.

Bacolod City Mayor Monico Puentevella joins the launching of SM Foundation’s Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Farmers Training Program at the Bacolod City Agriculture Demo Farm in Brgy. Alijis yesterday. Also in photo are (from left) City Agriculture Office head Atty. Hermilo Paoyon and Cristie Angeles, AVP-SM Foundation, Inc.* (CMO-PIO photo)

Ceres Bus Fare Collector, Cattle Rustler Nabbed with Firearms

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Police operatives arrested a Ceres bus fare collector and a cattle rustler with unlicensed firearms Saturday.

Rolando Aspera, 28, of Sitio San Roque, Barangay Salamanca, Toboso was drunk when he fired his .9mm caliber firearm that caused panic to other passengers about 1:20am Saturday at North Bound Terminal.

An unidentified policeman from Victorias City in civilian clothes arrested him and turned over to Police Station 3 headed by Police Senior Inspector Ruel Culanag.

Aspera yielded the unlicensed firearm loaded with four live ammunitions and one empty shell.