It could have been correct for the Office of the Ombudsman to indict three Bogo City politicians for allegedly intimidating their rival within the 2010 elections, however for the Sandiganbayan, the Ombudsman slept for too lengthy on the case. The courtroom’s Special Fourth Division, in a 10-page decision dated March 2, dismissed the grave coercion case filed in opposition to Liberal Party stalwart and former Bogo City Mayor Celestino Martinez, Jr., his son and incumbent Mayor Jose Carlo Martinez, and former Vice Mayor Santiago Sevilla. The case arose from the standoff throughout the May 2010 elections, when the officials allegedly ordered uniformed members of the Bogo Anti-Crime Task Force …

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