RTC orders the release of public teacher who offered P50M reward to kill Duterte

RTC orders the release of public teacher who offered P50M reward to kill Duterte





Remember the public school teacher who posted on line that he reward P50 million to anyone who can assassinate President Rodrigo Roa Duterte?

After being detained for eight days, he going home, this after the Olongapo Regional Trial Court Branch 72 has ordered his releaseafter he was arrested by elements of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for his social media post rewarding anyone the amount of P50 million as long as they can kill the president.



In the one page order of the Olongapo city RTC Branch 72 Judge Richard Paradeza said the family of Mas was able to post the P72, 000 bail in connection with the inciting to sedition in relation to the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 filed by the NBI.

Teacher Ronnel Mas received a hug from his mother Vida after Olongapo court orders his release from detention. (Photo credit to ACT Teachers Partylist)


“Accused having posted his cash bond for his provisional liberty in the amount of P72, 000 which this Court finds to be in order, said accused is allowed to enjoy his provisional liberty under the said undertaking,” Paradeza’s order said.


“Accordingly, the NBI Manila is hereby ordered to release the accused unless detained for some other lawful cause/causes,” it added.

His arraignment is set on May 28 at 8:30 in the morning.


Mas lives and works in Zambales.

Last week a resolution issued by inquest prosecutors ruled that the arrest of Mas by the NBI was invalid under the rules pertaining to “warrantless arrest” though it added that the matter was “ultimately cured” because in an interview he gave to the different media outfit he admitted that he was in fact the one who posted the said tweet.






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