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Manila, Angeles City, Clark Freeport, North of Manila,
Clark Zone, Pampanga, Philippines
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By Jonathan de Santos
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
A CONSIDERABLE number of documents concerning 1,500 cases handled by a former deputy has been found to have been tampered, the Office of the Ombudsman said Wednesday.
At a press conference at the Ombudsman’s central office in Quezon City, spokesman Mary Rawnsle Lopez said an inventory of cases turned over by former deputy ombudsman Mark Jalandoni revealed that some of the documents “had been altered.”
Lopez said Jalandoni superimposed his signature over that of former over-all deputy ombudsman Orlando Casimiro, now the acting ombudsman.
She said there had been a “systematic cut and paste” where Jalandoni’s signature was pasted over Casimiro’s signature.
The accusation against Jalandoni, if true, endangers the validity of documents that he, as deputy ombudsman for Luzon, handled.
“(When) you alter the meaning of an official document for whatever reason, whether (you) acted on it with finality or not, that affects the integrity of the document,” Lopez told reporters.
Lopez could not say whether this would mean the reversal of decisions on individual cases, saying the office is focused “on the fact that the documents were tampered, and this affects the integrity of the cases.”
She said she does not know why Jalandoni did what he has been accused of, but that the Office of the Ombudsman will wait for his explanation.
In the meantime, Casimiro has ordered the filing of falsification charges against Jalandoni for “(superimposing his signature) in the portion of decisions and resolutions issued by the office to make it appear that he is the final approving authority.”
The Ombudsman will push to have Jalandoni disbarred and removed from the roll of attorneys, Lopez said.
Jalandoni, like Casimiro, was a deputy when Merceditas Gutierrez was ombudsman.
He resigned in April after he was accused by non-governmental organization, Serve the People Movement Incorporated, of dishonesty, grave misconduct, falsification of documents. He resigned from office days later, saying he wanted to spare the ombudsman from controversy.
Gutierrez herself resigned in May, having been impeached by the House of Representatives in March.
She said she resigned to avoid a drawn-out impeachment trial at the Senate that would distract Congress and the Office of the Ombudsman from doing their jobs. (Sunnex)

Source: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/manila/local-news/2011/06/29/documents-involving-1500-ombudsman-cases-tampered-164017

The wines of Yats Wine Cellars are designed for the matured wine lovers looking for wines that are interesting, not necessarily impressive, and at a fair price that is usually below those of a comparable big names, and from a matured vintage from 20 years or older. There are over 2000 selections of wine at Yats that fit that description.

If Philippines is part of an upcoming travel and holiday plan, wine lovers might want to visit Clark Freeport Zone just 70 minutes from Manila. This bustling new city that is slated to replace Manila as the new capital of the Philippines has the largest wine shop called Clark Wine Center. Vintages span over a century and the selection of old- and new-world wines covers all major wine regions are all available at this top-rated wine shop near Manila. Pampanga Philippines is a fast growing province. Growth in major cities such as San Fernando, Angeles City and Clark Freeport Zone has given rise to a strong demand for luxury goods, upscale dining and quality living. Absence of a good wine shop for fine vintage wine has caused considerable inconvenience to the affluent community which is forced to drive down to Manila to purchase their wines.

Yats Wine Cellars is generally regarded by Asian and Philippines wine lovers as the best wine supplier in the Philippines. This Wine Shop in Clark Philippines releases very rare wines for wine lovers in Asia.

Wine lovers from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand and Indonesia travel to Philippines Clark Freeport to purchase these limited rare bottles of fine vintage wine.

Leading Philippines wine supplier known for its line of fine vintage wines, Yats Wine Cellars was established in 2000 to address the requirement of a growing population of wine enthusiasts in the Philippines. Yats Wine Cellars caters to the discerning client who requires these qualities in their wines: (1) excellent value, (2) large selection of labels and vintages to choose from and (3) wines properly aged for full enjoyment.

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3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center (Tektite)
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Metro Manila, Philippines
(632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393 ask for Rea or Kristine

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Yats International HK Sales Office,
Room 1302, 13/F., The Centre Mark
287-299 Queen’s Road Central Sheung Wan,
Hong Kong SAR

Tel: (852) 2788-0738 ask for Miss Eva Leung

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If Philippines is part of an upcoming travel and holiday plan, wine lovers might want to visit Clark Freeport Zone just 70 minutes from Manila. This bustling new city that is slated to replace Manila as the new capital of the Philippines has the largest wine shop called Clark Wine Center. For more information, log on to

http://www.ClarkWineCenter.com

Clark Wine Center
Bldg 6460 Clark Observatory Building
Manuel A. Roxas Highway corner A Bonifacio Ave,
Angeles Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga 2023
0922-870-5173 0917-826-8790 (ask for Ana Fe)

Getting to this wine shop in Pampanga Angeles City Clark Freeport Zone Philippines from Manila
Getting to the Clark Wine Center wine shop from Manila is quite simple: after entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway M A Roxas. Clark Wine Center is the stand-along white building on the right, at the corner A Bonifacio Ave. From the Clark International Airport DMIA, ask the taxi to drive towards the entrance of Clark going to Angeles City. From Mimosa, just proceed towards the exit of Clark and this wine shop is on the opposite side of the main road M A Roxas.

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Wedding couples looking for wedding reception venues and beach wedding venues can log on to this Philippines Wedding Venue web site for free information and assistance:

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While in Clark, it might be a good idea to enjoy an evening of wine-and-dine in the fine dining Yats Restaurant and Wine Bar that features an award winning 2700-line wine list. It is located in Mimosa Leisure Estate of Clark Freeport Zone. For more information, visit http://www.YatsRestaurant.com

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If you are traveling to Pampanga, Subic, Angeles City, Clark Freeport, Philippines, you can get assistance to hotel and resort booking by logging on to
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