Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Gunman fired shot into an Ex-INC™, Lottie Manalo et. al, not leaving compound, Traffic caused by INC™ in Pasig!

Gunmen fire shots into Tanay home of ex-INC member

FOUR unidentified men fired shots into the house of a known supporter of an estranged sibling of Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) executive minister Eduardo Manalo in Tanay, Rizal province, early Friday morning.

Lorelei de los Santos said she refused to believe that the attack may be related to the support she had given to Lolita Manalo-Hemedez over the past few months.

“I can’t fathom the idea that they would do this to me. I didn’t expose anything. I just supported Ka Lottie since she called for our help, because I can’t take it in my heart to see someone suffer,” De los Santos told the Inquirer in a phone interview. “I haven’t done anything wrong. I didn’t hurt or malign anyone. I love the INC. Even if I was expelled, I still remain a faithful INC member at heart.”

“I’m still shaken. I’m really racking my brains and trying to remember if I’ve done something wrong to anyone,” she said. Her husband was also “reviewing” if he had crossed anyone in the past. Read more: Inquirer.Net

Manalo siblings to stay put at 36 Tandang Sora until new order

Iglesia ni Cristo lawyer Moises Tolentino Jr says they plan to request next week for a writ of execution before the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court, the court authorized to release the document

MANILA, Philippines – Lottie Manalo-Hemedez and Angel Manalo, the estranged siblings of Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) executive minister Eduardo Manalo, cannot be kicked out of the contested 36 Tandang Sora property in Quezon City (QC) just yet.

This is after the Manila Metropolitan Trial Court (MTC) Branch 12 clarified this week that it cannot issue the writ of execution on its earlier decision for the siblings to “immediately vacate” the compound, following the INC’s unlawful detainer case against the Manalos.

An unlawful detainer case stems from a landlord's complaint against a tenant who allegedly illegally continues to use his or her property. The landlord seeks the help of the court to evict the tenant.

“The court said the Manila MTC has only been delegated the function of receiving evidence and conducting the hearing. But a writ of execution can only be issued by the QC MTC,” Hemedez’s lawyer Trixie Angeles-Cruz told Rappler on Saturday, June 25.

The INC previously filed an illegal detainer case against the Manalos for insisting on staying at 36 Tandang Sora even after their expulsion from the 101-year-old church.

Manila MTC Branch 12 Presiding Judge Anne Perpetual Rivera-Sia ruled that the Manalos’ stay at 36 Tandang Sora is no longer legal and ordered them to surrender the property to the INC. Read More...

Heavy traffic expected in parts of Pasay City due to Iglesia event

GMA News' Vonne Aquino reported on Unang Balita that the group's activity could cause traffic congestion on FB Harrison, Gil Puyat Avenue, Taft Avenue, and Roxas Boulevard from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Metropolitan Manila Development Authority officials have advised the motorists and public transport vehicles to take alternate routes to get to their destinations.

The Lingap-Pamamahayag in Cuneta Astrodome will be facilitated by the Iglesia Ni Cristo-Metro Manila South Sector. —Kiersnerr Gerwin Tacadena/ LBG, GMA News

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