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House panels eye recommendation of charges vs Resorts World

Jun 21, 2017 - 6:25 PM

The House ends its probe into the deadly attack on the hotel casino with findings and recommendations expected to be out by next week

PROBE TERMINATED. The chairpersons of the 3 House committees who probed the Resorts World attack are Representatives Lucy Torres-Gomez (tourism), Gustavo Tambunting (games and amusements), and Romeo Acop (public order and safety). Photo courtesy of the House of Representatives

Resorts World security chief admits to using fake name

Jun 21, 2017 - 4:20 PM

Armeen Gomez tells lawmakers he was named Armenio but gives a vague explanation before invoking his right against self incrimination

FAKE NAME. Resorts World chief of security admits his real name is not Armeen Gomez. Photo by Inoue Jaena

Isabela lawmaker admits to gambling, defends politicians in casinos

Jun 21, 2017 - 3:45 PM

The lawmaker who filed the bill seeking a P3 000 casino entrance fee admits he also gambles but argues the law does not prohibit legislators from doing so

GAMBLING LAWMAKER. Representative Rodolfo Albano III says lawmakers are allowed to gamble because they were elected by the people, who supposedly about their activities already. Photo by Rappler

Valuables stolen from Resorts World victims during attack, says lawmaker

Jun 21, 2017 - 12:00 PM

UPDATED Victim Elizabeth Panlilio Gonzales the late wife of Representative Aurelio Gonzales Jr allegedly loses a Rolex watch jewelry as well as her ATM and credit cards during the attack

LOOTING REPORTS. Representative Johnny Pimentel says 'a lot of looting' happened with a lone gunman attacked Resorts World on June 2. Photo by Mara Cepeda/Rappler

CCTV monitoring team, funeral homes reps invited to Resorts World probe

Jun 13, 2017 - 7:42 PM

The House committees invite the Resorts World security team who were supposed to man the CCTV surveillance room but who left their posts during the attack on June 2

IN AID OF LEGISLATION. Three House committees will continue their probe into the deadly Resorts World attack on June 14. Photo by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

3 questions answered at House probe into Resorts World attack

Jun 08, 2017 - 12:43 PM

Lawmakers want to clip Pagcor s powers to grant licenses to casinos after Resorts World Manila management admitted security lapses in the June 2 incident

IN AID OF LEGISLATION. Lawmakers start their probe into the deadly Resorts World attack on June 7. Photo by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

Resorts World to fund education of victims’ children until college

Jun 07, 2017 - 7:33 PM

Resorts World also vows to pay P1 million each to the victims families and P500 000 to those injured during the attack

VICTIM ASSISTANCE. Resort World Manila President Kingson Sian (left) and chief operating officer Stephen Reilly swear their oaths before lawmakers on June 7. Photo by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

Resorts World Manila COO admits 'lapses in security' during attack

Jun 07, 2017 - 6:54 PM

Stephen Reilly: When we played the first videos I pointed out there should have been security personnel posted on certain points and they were not present

SECURITY LAPSES. Resort World Manila president Kingson Sian (left) and chief operating officer Stephen James Reilly (right) during the congressional probe on June 7. Photo by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

House starts probe into Resorts World attack

Jun 07, 2017 - 3:32 PM

Lawmakers hold a hearing at NAIA 3 Wednesday June 7 and plan to conduct an ocular inspection at the crime scene from across the street

DEADLY ATTACK. People light candles and offer flowers for the victims of the deadly Resorts World attack, which killed 37 people. Photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler  DEADLY ATTACK. People light candles and offer flowers for the victims of the deadly Resorts World attack, which killed 37 people. Photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler

House to clip Pagcor powers after Resorts World attack

Jun 07, 2017 - 2:07 PM

Pagcor head Andrea Domingo says Resorts World failed to comply with a recent advisory to strengthen security measures

PAGCOR Chairperson Andrea Domingo during the Congressional committee hearing on Resort World Manila incident at the Dignitaries Louncge of NAIA Terminal 3 in Pasay City. PHOTO BY INOUE JAENA/RAPPLER

House committee drops use of 'extrajudicial killings' in probes, reports

Sep 18, 2016 - 5:57 PM

The House committee on public order and safety has approved a motion to use deaths under investigation – instead of extrajudicial killings – in future hearings investigations and reports

Newly formed group Stop The Killings Network held a metro wide, simultaneous candle lighting dubbed as #lightforlife. Rob Reyes