Manila lady judge shot by her own clerk of court inside chamber

Manila lady judge shot by her own clerk of court inside chamber

- A Manila Regional Trial Court judge was shot inside her chamber by her clerk of court

- The incident happened on the 5th floor of Manila City Hall on November 11, Wednesday afternoon

- The suspect was identified as Atty. Amador Rebato, the clerk of court of Branch 45

- Based on the police investigation, both the judge and the clerk of court were inside her office when a gunshot was heard

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Judge Ma. Theresa Abadilla of Branch 45 of the Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) was hot in her office by the suspect, her own clerk of court identified as Atty. Amador Rebato.

The incident happened at around 2:45 p.m. inside the judge's chamber on the 5th floor of Manila City Hall.

The judge is 44 years old and was brought to the Manila Medical Center, GMA News reported.

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The Manila Police District issued a statement to Rappler and said that a gunshot was heard by the witness and that both the judge and the clerk of court were inside the office.

ABS-CBN revealed that the judge was pronounced dead-on-arrival at 3:15 p.m., and the alleged gunman, who was 42 years old, also died after he shot himself right inside the judge's chamber.

Manila lady judge shot by her own clerk of court inside chamber

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Crimes happen even in a "safe" or "secured setting." Previously, Sulu cops killed four military officers with the ranks of major, captain, sergeant and army corporal who were on a mission to find bombmakers of Abu Sayyaf Group.

Other types of crimes do not entail the killing of a person. There are times when a crime would involve money or deceit. In connection to such crimes, the National Bureau of Investigation arrested Marcos and outlined the charges that he would be facing. Nonetheless, whether it would involve the taking of the life of a person or the taking of property like money, etc., a crime will be a crime that necessitates punishment.

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