Thursday, April 8, 2010

Repost From GMA News TV

Marlene Aguilar leads march for son Jason's release

Marlene Aguilar, mother of murder suspect Jason Ivler, on Friday led a march of relatives and supporters calling for her son's immediate release from the Quezon City jail.

Ivler's relatives and supporters marched from Aguilar's house in Katipunan to the city hall complex, the venue of the hearings on the murder case filed against Ivler.

Ivler, an American citizen, is the main suspect in the road rage killing of Renato Victor Ebarle Jr., son of a MalacaƱang official, in November last year.

He was arrested and wounded after shooting it out with National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents last January 18 in his mother's home where he had been hiding.

Ivler was confined at the Quirino Memorial Medical Center (QMMC) after sustaining a gunshot wound in his abdomen.

Last Tuesday, the QC Regional Trial Court Branch 76 ordered Ivler's transfer from the QMMC to a detention cell at the Quezon City jail after finding him fit enough to be moved out of the hospital.

Ivler was moved to his cell with 20 foreign detainees last Wednesday. Aguilar had vowed to march daily near the jail while her son is incarcerated there.

Prior to Ebarle Jr.'s killing, Ivler was already facing a homicide through reckless imprudence case for the death of MalacaƱang Undersecretary Nestor Ponce Jr. in August 2004. The case is pending at the Pasig City Regional Trial Court. — Johanna Camille Sisante/RSJ, GMANews.TV

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