Friday, April 1, 2011

Family to sue Recruiter

Are they referring to the person who recruited (or employment agency) her to work in China or are they referring to the person who recruited her to be a drug mule?  Because if they are referring to the employment agency, then, that is stupid. If she managed to go to China with a POEA stamp, then, the work is legitimate. However, if she agreed to be a drug mule for somebody else, the employment agency has nothing to do with that anymore.

Family files complaint vs Credo's recruiter

Posted at 04/01/2011 8:44 PM | Updated as of 04/01/2011 8:44 PM

MANILA, Philippines – The family of Ramon Credo formally filed a complaint against his alleged recruiter before the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on Friday.
Credo’s family is determined to seek justice for his death in China by going after his alleged recruiter, a certain Prescy Evangelista.
“Yun talaga ang desisyon namin na pagbayarin siya para na rin sa katarungan ng pinsan ko,” said Credo’s cousin, Lorraine Bernardo.
Credo, with 2 other Filipinos--Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain—were executed in China on Wednesday for drug trafficking.
NBI Director Magtanggaol Gatdula said they are now coordinating with their foreign counterparts to arrest members of international drug syndicates that use Filipinos as drug mules.
“It will be inter-agency at saka counterparts natin. Nagkaroon na kami ng initial talks with the Chinese police authorities,” said Gatdula.
Meanwhile, the Credo family is now on their second day of the 9-day novena for Ramon.

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