Imus election officer cleared of allegations on flying voters in 2019 polls

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Published February 14, 2020, 5:01 PM

By Anthony Giron 

IMUS CITY, Cavite – The City Prosecutor’s Office here has dismissed a case filed by a mayoralty candidate against a local election officer on the issue of alleged flying voters in the May 13, 2019 mid-term elections.

Imus City Prosecutor Rosa Elmina Catacutan-Villarin approved the resolution, dismissing the case filed by former Imus mayor Homer Topacio Saquilayan against Election Officer Jasmin Fernandez-Gilera “for lack of probable cause.”

(PIXABAY / MANILA BULLETIN)

The resolution was made by City Deputy City Prosecutor Alexander Eric R. Leveriza after scrutiny and evaluation of the affidavits, counter-affidavits, and evidence filed by both parties.

“After careful evaluation, the undersigned (Leveriza) finds the pieces of evidence at hand insufficient to support probable cause against

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