Quote for the Week..

"Why are the country’s political leaders quick to act on amending the Constitution to change nationalistic provisions for the benefit of foreigners or to extend their terms of office but are allergic to amending the Constitution to address the people’s aspirations for self-determination?" - Marvic Leonen,Dean of the UP College of Law, in a keynote address delivered at the 1st International Solidarity Conference on Mindanao; March 16-18, 2009 in Davao City, Philippines.


Saturday, June 21, 2008

The evidence against the Isnajis

RANSOM. Indanan Mayor Alvarez Isnaji’s son, Haider, and Sulu Vice Governor Lady Ann Sahidula, look at the ransom money given by the family of TV reporter Ces Drilon to her captors in exchange for her release, along with her crew, and their guide.

Seated in a yellow shirt and vest is the elder Isnaji. The photo is among the pieces of evidence presented by PNP Chief Avelino Razon to media Friday as proof of their claim that the Isnajis were accomplices of the kidnappers, identified as alleged members of the Abu Sayyaf. Razon also claims that Mayor Isnaji pocketed P3 million of the P5 million ransom.

No less than MNLF Chair Nur Misuari confirmed that the nickname "latin-larin", oftenly referred to by the kidnappers as "boss", was the nickname of Mayor Alvarez Isnaji.(INQUIRER.net/Thea Alberto)

1 comment:

Jaywalker said...

Counting ransom money is not exactly a smoking gun evidence nor being called a big boss as even Gonzales stated that Isnaji's stature and influence is similar to Misuari.