Thursday, August 19, 2004

Goodbye, Mr. Ponce

Dear Mouse,

Let me publish the profile of the person killed by one Jason Ivler who bribed authorities to flee from his crime and tried to buy his freedom by offering another $5000 to the arresting team.


As a City Councilor of Manila (1988-1998)

He was formerly Majority Floor Leader of the Manila City Council and was author of several landmark ordinances which includes the establishment of the City College of Manila and the Museo Pambata, the closure of the Ermita fun joints, and the implementation of medium high-rise housing projects.

As a Congressman representing 2nd District of Manila

In recognition of his exemplary leadership skills, he was named Assistant Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representative. As such, he sits in the powerful Committee on Rules, which sets the agenda of each session day, and in the Committee of the Appropriation, among others.

After only a year in office, the National Press Club with its highest award, the Lifetime Achievement Award, conferred him on April 21, 1999. He was also selected one of the Top 15 Congressmen of the Eleventh Congress by the Filipino Reporter Magazine in July 1999.

A product of the public school system, he was a consistent honor student, obtaining his bachelors degree in Public Administration from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila in 1972, and later on pursued a master’s degree also in the same discipline at the College of Public Administration at UP in 1978. He took a special course on Fiscal Decentralization and Financial Management for local government in Harvard University in 1996.

He is married to Evangeline Ponce, and he has three children, Aibee, Nikko, and Maita.

Recently Pres. Macapagal appointed him as Presidential Assistant on Resettlement.

Goodbye, sir.

The Ca t


At 2:57 AM, Blogger micketymoc said...

His mom even wrote a stinging "Open Letter" to accuse policemen of plotting his assassination - and guess who were on the boat trying to protect him when he was caught? Policemen. Damn the hypocrisy of Mrs. Ivler. Damn this idiot who could have taken a cab home but didn't.

At 4:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Let me publish the profile of the person killed by one Jason Ivler who bribed authorities to flee from his crime and tried to buy his freedom by offering another $5000 to the arresting team."

Do you have any proof of this claim? No. I thought not.

Yes, it was an accident. And as the courts found, it was truly an unfortunate accident. Your claims against Mr. Ivler are a fiction, as are the claims of others that he was "trying to slip out of the country" or he "snuck out of the hospital". It was an unfortunate accident.

At 4:19 AM, Anonymous concerned reader said...

yes it was an accident but i suppose he was not being responsible nevertheless. to anonymous, before you make such claims, please read this:

Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Malaysia-bound Jason Ivler  
intercepted by NBI, BI agents
By Jonathan Vicente , Reporter

AGENTS of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Bureau of Immigration (BI) arrested on Monday Jason Aguilar Ivler, driver of the vehicle involved in the Sunday morning collision that claimed the life of a Malacañang official on C-5 Road in Pasig City.

NBI Director Reynaldo Wycoco on Tuesday said Ivler, 22, nephew of musician Freddie Aguilar, and resident of 18 Cliff Drive, Blue Ridge, Quezon City, was arrested in Zamboanga City onboard the M/V Mary Joy II passenger ship.

Wycoco said Ivler’s arrest came after the NBI and immigration agents received information about his plan to flee to Malaysia to evade charges of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide and multiple physical injuries. aug/18/yehey/top_stories/20040818top9.html


At 8:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nestor Ponce did not deserve to die the way he did. You might be right that indeed it was an accident but only GOD know what really happened... and to you Jayson, may GOD have pity on your soul... only you knew what happened. Hope your son or daughter will not have the same fate as what you just had or experienced.


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