Not so fast! : More charges awaits Francis Leo Marcos

Not so fast! : More charges awaits Francis Leo Marcos

Not do fast!

Social media personality Francis Leo Marcos or Norman Mangusing in real life is in deep trouble as the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said it will  file more charges.

NBI Cybercrime Division chief Vic Lorenzo said the charges set to be filed against the social media personality will include large scale estafa and qualified human trafficking, both of which are non-bailable.

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Mangusing remains to be detained with the NBI despite posting a a P30,000 bail for violation of the optometry law due to the non-bailable charges set to be filed against him.
Lorenzo said the NBI is also looking into Mangusing’s ownership of expensive cars and houses since he has no known business.
“Those real estate properties and luxury cars were not under his name, no business under his name, even as simple as the DTI permit,” the NBI official said.

The NBI Cybercrime Division chief said the detention of Marcos stemmed from the requests for investigation filed by residents of Green Meadows, Quezon City, where he was supposedly lived.

“May mga nag-file sa kanya ng request for investigative assistance against nga kay Marcos,” he explained.
There is an existing arrest warrant against Marcos and two others on charges of violating the Revised Optometry Law of 1995, which was issued by the Baguio City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 60 issued on February 14, 2018

It was also found out that Marcos admitted a holder of two passports under two different names.

“We are also investigating how he was able to get these passports, and the process involved to acquire the document,” he said.

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