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I have never heard any more about catching the guy so I'm sure he is home free.

They found his motorcycle a few blocks away behind Subic Gas, which is very near to the Kalaklan gate that goes to Barreto.  So he probably swapped vehicles or had an accomplice waiting to take him away.

They have some extra security measures for motorcycles now.  Around the time of the murder they were just finishing up installing a new CCTV system at all the gates.  Part of the time now, they make the motorcycle riders stop in front of the camera and remove their helmet.  I don't see it all the time and it doesn't make much sense to me.

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On 11/29/2018 at 1:22 AM, Jollygoodfellow said:

The touch your back while passing through the scanner :smile:

More specific, the lower back where it is more likely you have a concealed weapon tucked under the belt.  I asked a Manila security expert, "Won't the scanner detect if the person has a gun?"  His reply, "The guard is checking for a non-metallic knife."  My follow-up question was, "Why don't they check the front?"  His answer, "Not likely because of potential, accidental damage to their crown jewels."

Apparently, checking your back is Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) whether it is at the airport or by a security guard at McDonalds.   My younger son was appalled that McDonalds has security guards.  It is one of the strongest images he has of the Philippines

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Every time I leave the door of terminal 3 at the manila airport I think about the mayor from mindanao gunned down along with his wife, niece and young daughter all killed l by  a submachinegun from the back of a motorcycle in December of 2013    Pretty sad

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On 3/3/2019 at 7:27 PM, OnMyWay said:

I have never heard any more about catching the guy so I'm sure he is home free.

I was wrong!  Gunman arrested and fingers Sytin's younger brother as the mastermind!


MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Monday tagged the brother of businessman Dominic Sytin as the alleged mastermind in his murder, citing testimony from the alleged gunman who was arrested in Batangas on March 5.

PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde identified the alleged mastermind as Dennis Sytin, Dominic’s younger brother, and the alleged gunman as Edgardo Luib, who was arrested after a witness gave probers a lead on his identity.


According to Chief Supt. Joel Napoleon Coronel, regional director of Police Regional Office 3 (Central Luzon), the siblings were fighting over business matters.

“Based on the investigation conducted by the SITG (special investigation task group), it was shown that the killing of Mr. Dominic Sytin was based on dispute or disagreement between the victim Dominic and the principal suspect Dennis,” Coronel said at a press conference in Camp Crame.

“Apparently they were quarreling over shares or control of shares over operations of the United Auctioneers International (UAI),” he said. Sytin was the founder and chief executive officer of UAI.

When police arrested Luib, they seized from him three guns, including the caliber .45 pistol, that matched two slugs and nine of 13 bullet casings found at the scene where Sytin was shot dead.

Dominic Sytin was killed on November 28, 2018, when a motorcycle-riding gunman shot him outside the Lighthouse Resort and Hotel in Subic Bay Freeport. Sytin’s bodyguard Efren Espartero was also wounded in the incident.

READ: Businessman gunned down outside Subic hotel

How the murder was carried out

According to Albayalde, Dennis had a contact named Ryan Rementilla, whose real name is Oliver Fuentes, who contracted his childhood friend Luib to carry out the murder.

“Lumalabas na merong direct link itong si Mr. Dennis sa kanya (Rementilla) [It appears that Mr. Dennis has a direct link to Rementilla]. That is part of his (Luib) extrajudicial confession,” the PNP chief said.


Director Amador Corpus, chief of the PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), said that Fuentes changed his name to enter the UAI in 2001, since he had a standing warrant of arrest for murder.

In August 2018, Dominic discovered that Fuentes was embezzling from the company, which prompted him to fire Fuentes, according to Corpus.

Fuentes then joined Dennis in his own company, and in September, they met with gunman Luib and another John Doe suspected to be a tipster on Dominic’s movements.

Corpus said Dennis promised to give P1 million to Luib in exchange of killing his older brother, but the gunman only received P50,000.

The CIDG director also revealed that Dennis was removed from the UAI in 2015 for allegedly diverting funds from the corporation to his own company. From that time on, Dennis had been “off limits” at the UAI office.

“There was one instance during the course of our investigation na pumapasok [si Dennis] doon sa UAI, hinaharang siya ng guwardiya. Ganun katindi ‘yung away nila, tapos nadagdagan pa nung natanggal si Oliver [Fuentes], [at noong] nagsumbong siya, kinuha siya ni Dennis doon sa kumpanya,” Corpus said.

(There was one instance during the course of our investigation when we found out that Dennis was trying to get inside UAI but was blocked by the guard. That’s how intense their feud was, which became worse when Oliver was removed from the company, and when he relayed it to Dennis, the latter took him to his company.)

Coronel also said that during the probe, Dennis told the investigators that the possible motive behind the murder could be business rivalry with other groups.

Albayalde said Dennis was still in the country but the police needed to wait for a warrant of arrest before he could be brought into custody. Fuentes, however, has reportedly already gone into hiding. /cbb

Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1094194/pnp-tags-sytins-brother-as-murder-brains-gunman-arrested#ixzz5hqPhE33H
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