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Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada

Wrong Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada?
 
Background

Employment History

  • Actor and Politician
    Jinggoy
  • Bodyguard
    Jinggoy
  • Mayor
    Yokohama
  • President
    San Juan
  • Mayor J.V. Ejercito and Pagsanjan Mayor E.R. Ejercito
    San Juan
  • 13Th President
    Republic of the Philippines
  • Mayor
    Municipal Hall of San Juan
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Estrada filed three (3) ...
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Estrada filed three (3) motions; (1) Urgent Motion to Defer Proceedings, dated April 9, 2001, (2) Position Paper Re: Probable Cause (ex abundante ad cautelam) dated April 9, 2001 which was joined by accused Jinggoy Estrada, and (3) Motion to (a) remand the case to the Ombudsman for preliminary investigation consistent with the Honorable Supreme Court's Resolution in G.R.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada and proceeded with the arraignment of accused FPres.Estrada, Jinggoy Estrada, and Serapio under the Amended Information.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada in Camp Crame on April 25, 2001, both accused filed on the same day an Urgent Ex-parte Motion to Place on House Arrest.
The Court on June 9, 2001, issued a Resolution denying accused FPres.Estrada's Urgent Ex-Parte Motion to Place on House Arrest and issued an Order for the confinement of accused FPres.Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada at Fort Sto.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada, on June 13, 2001, filed an Omnibus Motion (Re: Resolution promulgated on June 9, 2001) pressing in the alternative a Motion for Detention in Tanay, Rizal.
On March 17, 2004, FPres.Estrada filed a Motion to Modify Custodial Arrangement dated March 17, 2004 and, on March 30, 2004, the counsel de officio of accused FPres.Estrada filed a Manifestation dated March 29, 2004 informing the Court, among others, that the said accused was willing to have his property in Tanay, Rizal placed under the control and supervision of the Court and the Philippine National Police for the duration of his detention.
On July 12, 2004, the Court issued a joint resolution granting FPres.Estrada's motion to modify Custodial Arrangement dated March 29, 2004 subject to the conditions imposed by the Court.Accused FPres.Estrada filed a Compliance and Acceptance of Conditions on July 13, 2004.Since then, accused FPres.Estrada has been detained in his property at Tanay, Rizal.
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The aforesaid Resolutions granting bail to Mayor Jinggoy Estrada were upheld by the Honorable Supreme Court in a Decision promulgated in G.R.No. 158754, People vs.
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The Court fixed the amount of bail of accused Serapio and Jinggoy Estrada at Five Hundred Thousand Pesos (P500,000.00) each which was to paid in cash.
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Estrada, et al., be referred to a Special Division.The Supreme Court on January 21, 2002 promulgated its Resolution Creating the Special Division of the Sandiganbayan which shall hear, try and decide with dispatch the Plunder Case and all related cases filed or may hereafter be filed against accused FPres.Estrada, and those accused with him, until they are resolved, decided and terminated.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada all withdrew their appearances.The Court on March 1, 2002, in order to protect the rights and interest of the accused, appointed the Public Attorneys Office (PAO) and those who have been recommended by the Board of Governor of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, to represent accused FPres.Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada as counsel de oficio, namely, Former Presiding Justice of the Sandiganbayan Manuel Pamaran, Atty.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada up to the time the prosecution rested its case and submitted to the Court its Formal Offer of Evidence.However, before the presentation of the evidence for the defense, accused FPres.Estrada, in a Letter dated September 1, 2004, informed the Court that he have decided to re-engage the services of the members of his original de parte panel of lawyers.
Upon conclusion of the presentation of prosecution evidence and after the Court have ruled on the offer of evidence of the prosecution, accused FPres.Estrada, Jinggoy Estrada and Serapio filed their respective motion for leave of court to file demurrer to evidence.
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Estrada was filed.In its Joint Resolution dated July 12, 2004, the Court resolved to deny FPres.Estrada's Demurrer to Evidence in Criminal Case No. 26905 but granted the Demurrer to Evidence of FPres.Estrada in Criminal Case No. 26565.
After the presentation of the evidence for accused FPres.Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada, accused Serapio manifested that he opted not to present his own evidence but adopted the evidence presented by FPres.Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada.The said accused then formally offered their evidence.The Court issued its resolution on the formal offer of evidence for accused FPres.Estrada, Jinggoy Estrada and Serapio.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada on June 15, 2007.After the Oral Summation, the case was submitted for decision.
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That accused Jose "Jinggoy" Estrada, Jr. ("Jinggoy" for short) is the son of accused Joseph Estrada; [cf.
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Estrada and Jinggoy Estrada, (Ret.) Justice Manuel R. Pamaran, objected to the appearance of the Solicitor General, which the Court noted. [TSN dated July 17, 2002, pp.
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Estrada, Jinggoy Estrada, Atong Ang, Ricaforte, Serapio and the other accused, in conspiracy with one another, amassed and accumulated ill-gotten wealth for principal accused FPres.
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Estrada's benefit while he was the 13th President of the Republic of the Philippines in the amount of Four Billion Ninety Seven Million Eight Hundred Four Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Three Pesos and Seventeen Centavos (P4,097,804,173.17), part of which was derived from:
(1),the collection of jueteng protection money from November 1998 to August 2000, in the amount of Five Hundred Forty Five Million Pesos (P545,000,000.00) more or less and the amount of Two Hundred Million Pesos (P200,000,000.00) also from the said illegal gambling protection money; and
(2),misappropriation, diversion and conversion for his personal gain as benefit public funds in the amount of One Hundred Thirty Million Pesos (P130,000,000.00) more or less, representing a portion of the Two Hundred Million pesos (P200,000,000.00) Tobacco Excise Share allocated for the Province of Ilocos Sur under Republic Act No. 7171.
Gov. Singson was also presented by the prosecution to prove that Jinggoy Estrada and Serapio conspired with and/or acted as co-principals by indispensable cooperation of FPres.
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Estrada in the running of the illegal numbers game of jueteng and in the receipt by FPres.Estrada of jueteng protection money; that accused Jinggoy Estrada regularly collected jueteng protection money every month from January of 1999 to August 15, 2000, as an indispensable part of the amassing and accumulating ill-gotten wealth by principal accused FPres.Estrada and as part of the series and/or combination of overt or criminal acts constituting the crime of plunder; that Serapio conspired with FPres.
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Estrada and the other accused in receiving the Two Hundred Million Pesos (P200,000,000.00) which came from jueteng operations and in hiding and/or laundering the same through the banking system and that Serapio was the personal lawyer of FPres.
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Estrada and that in furtherance of the conspiracy he set up various juridical entities to mask and/or hide various illegal proprietary and business interests of FPres.Estrada.
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Singson would also identify certain documents, checks, pictures and other facts relevant to the foregoing, which tend to prove the combination and/or series of overt and criminal acts, constitutive of the crime of plunder (and to oppose the petition for bail of Jinggoy Estrada.
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Estrada at his house in Polk Street, Greenhills, on August of 1998.
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Estrada told Bong Pineda that starting on that day not to bring money at his house because it was very obvious.
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Estrada then instructed Bong Pineda to give the money to Atong Ang or to Gov.
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Estrada for almost thirty (30) years before August of 1998.FPres.Estrada was not yet a mayor but a movie actor as Gov.
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Estrada was still the Vice President.
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Estrada while his son, Jinggoy Estrada, was Bong Pineda's godson by marriage. [Ibid, p. 197]
Gov. Singson claimed that he was present in not all but several meetings of Atong Ang with the jueteng collectors.He was present when there was an agreement on the three percent (3%) of total collections in every province, as fixed by Atong Ang. [TSN dated July 22, 2002, pp.12-13] Jueteng money was delivered to FPres.Estrada initially every end of the month, starting September of 1998 and later every 15th and at the end of the month. [Ibid, p.14]
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Estrada at his house, in No. 1 Polk Street in Greenhills, but FPres.Estrada and Atong Ang had a nasty quarrel about the sugar allocation request of Atong Ang which was denied by FPres.Estrada.
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Estrada called him up asking him to pay F.P. Estrada's obligation
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Jinggoy, Vina doing it for first time
MANILA, Sept. 27 (Sunstar) -- The new tandem of San Juan Mayor Jinggoy Estrada and Vina Morales in the movie Sagot Kita… Mula Ulo Hanggang Paa under Millennium Cinema has already brought about some intiruges.But both parties denied rumors linking them to one another.They said that what they are doing are all work and nothing more.
"I respect Mayor Jinggoy so much.I wouldn't want him to be involved with any rumor with me," Vina defends.
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Jinggoy said that he personally requested to have Vina as his leading lady for this movie.He was supposed to be paired with another actress but it did not push through.So he opted for Vina."Vina is one of the most popular actresses we have right now," he observed."During our shoot, she is flocked by so many fans.She's very sweet, pretty and sexy.Those are the qualities of a leading lady I am looking for.And Vina suits the role well.She's a very good actress too."
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For Vina, working with Jinggoy is just like working with his other friends like Bong Revilla and Rudy Fernandez, she tried Jinggoy for the first time on the big screen.
"I was really flattered when Jinggoy asked for me to be his leading lady," she smiles."I mean, I'm very lucky and very privileged to be working with one of the best actor-politicians around.One thing I like about him is that he's very funny.People might see him as very serious but in real life, he's such a comedian.He makes us all laugh on the set all the time."The two have a kissing scene in the movie that went quite well during the shoot.
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I guess, Jinggoy was making me feel comfortable with him that's why he kept on telling me funny stories.The kissing scene was okay.They should see it for themselves."
One of the highlights of the movie is the dance number of the two."They made me dance because it was written in the script," says Jinggoy."but it was just a dream sequence in the movie.But I did dance with Vina and I rehearsed so many times.Vina is a very good dancer and I would not want her to see me dance awfully.The scene was quite amusing and it's one part of the movie that everyone would enjoy."(SNS)
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Jinggoy a certified major box-office draw
MANILA, April 1 (Sunstar) -- Millennium Cinema scores anew in its latest hard action offering, "Jamias: Barako Ng Maynila," after three successive major blockbusters - "Pepeng Agimat," "Ang Dalubhasa" and "Palaban."
San Juan Mayor Jinggoy Estrada is very pleased with the brilliant result of his latest movie and is proud to have starred as the tough crime-busting police officer Col.Elmer Jamias.He has also just joined the ranks of box-office stalwarts Bong Revilla, Fernando Poe, Jr. and Rudy Fernandez.
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Jinggoy, Goma should talk, not squabble
MANILA, March 19 (Sunstar) -- The public is talking about the rumored confrontation between San Juan Mayor Jinggoy Estrada and presidential adviser Richard Gomez at the Bistro Lorenzo.
According to those who witnessed what happened, Mayor Jinggoy was so mad that he kicked the chairs inside the restaurant.There is no doubt that the trouble between the two has some political color.
Jinggoy wants his vice mayor Philip Cesar to take his place when he leaves San Juan next year.Others say that Goma will support JV Ejercito, the mayor's half-brother who also wants to run as mayor of San Juan once Jinggoy leaves.
There have been rumors that Mayor Jinggoy wanted to stop an anti-drug campaign participated by Goma and his movie star friends.JV was there, and the mayor was not even invited to the rally.
However, Mayor Jinggoy denied everything.
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It saddens us to hear that Goma and Jinggoy, who are both actors and government officials, are not in good terms.They should be helping each other for the betterment of the film industry and the country as a whole.
We hope that when they meet again, they can have a real friendly talk. (SNS)
Jinggoy in his most dangerous role ever
MANILA, March 15 (Sunstar) -- The Year 2000 welcomes Jinggoy Estrada in his most dangerous role and best movie ever.It's been quite a while that the presidential son and San Juan Mayor appeared in a big action movie, but in Millennium Cinema's fourth offering, Jinggoy portrays one of the most decorated police officers of Manila in "Col.Elmer Jamias: Barako Ng Maynila."
Jinggoy Estrada - Actor and MayorJinggoy Estrada with the real Col.ElmerJamias. (SNSwirephoto)
"Col. Jamias: Barako Ng Maynila" is a true-to-life story of a dedicated and daring police officer, Col.Elmer Jamias of the Western Police District (WPD).
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"This is my third time to appear in a true story," says Jinggoy."I first did `Bagets Gang' and then `Estrebel.'
What's so fascinating about Jamias' life story is how he did it and survived it all.Ibang klase ang istorya niya and it's very inspiring.I am just glad that Millennium Cinema was given the right to his life story.Pagkakaalam ko ay maraming producers ang gustong isapelikula ang buhay niya but we are lucky to have it and produced it for the big screen.He said that he trusts us and he knows that we will take care of his story," Jinggoy lengthily explains.
This is perhaps the most dangerous role that Jinggoy has ever been in.The final encounter in the movie took several days to shoot and there was the need of expert pyrotechnicians to assure the safety of the people on the set.
"One of the biggest scenes we have is the confrontation of Jamias and Berting (played by John Ragala).Grabe `yun kasi ilang araw din naming pinaghandaan `yung eksena and maraming pasabog na kailangan," he says.
"We had to get the services of pyrotechnic experts para safe ang mga taong involved sa eksena.
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This is just the second time that Jinggoy works with John Regala.They worked for the first time in 1985 in the movie "Bagets Gang."Jinggoy couldn't have chosen anyone better for a contravida."John was just an upstart when we did `Bagets Gang.' Ngayon ay malaking artista na siya and I'm proud of him bilang kaibigan.Noong naghahanap kami ng kontrabida for the movie, si John kaagad ang naisip namin.Wala na sigurong gagaling pa sa pagiging kontrabida ni John."
This is Jinggoy's first time to work with both Angelu de Leon as his wife in the movie and Toto Natividad as his director."Many are asking why I chose Angelu de Leon as my leading lady.
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The VRB raiding team perhaps is spending more time for the information campaign for Erap's Concord (which is already permanently grounded, well, as far as Estrada is still the President).
If the government now, under a man who came from the film industry, cannot protect the video industry, what can we expect from someone who cannot even relate to the dying film industry in this country? (SNS)
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MANILA - His presence at the ...
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MANILA - His presence at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) less than 24 hours after delivering a long, scathing speech denouncing "selective justice" sparked rumors that Senator Jinggoy Estrada may be making an "exit," but the senator quickly brushed this aside and saiod he was just sending off his parents who were bound for Japan.
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At one point, Jinggoy even asked several police officers, who are providing security for Mayor Estrada, not to come closer to him [Jinggoy] because "some dirty minds might think marami akong security [I have lots of bodyguards]."
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Senator Estrada, meanwhile, seemed comforted by the crowds who mobbed him at the airport, mostly departing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) asking to be photographed with him. Erap eyes Japan aid for Manila flood control "I'm going to Tokyo and Yokohama, the sister city of Manila. I was invited by the mayor of Yokohama, and of course the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA)," Mayor Estrada said. He added that if given the opportunity, he would ask the mayor for financial assistance to finance the flood control project in Manila. "Uunahin ko ang [I will give priority to the] flood control project in Manila," he said. Defending his son Jinggoy, Mayor Estrada said that the latter named several legislators and fellow senators who received PDAF during his privilege speech because these names are reflected in the special audit report of the Commission on Audit (COA). "Jinggoy named names so that the public will know that the three opposition senators are not the only ones who should be investigated," Estrada said.
His relatives include former ...
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His relatives include former President Joseph "Erap" Estrada, Senator Jinggoy Estrada, San Juan Mayor J.V. Ejercito and Pagsanjan Mayor E.R. Ejercito.
His relatives include former President ...
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His relatives include former President Joseph "Erap" Estrada, Senator Jinggoy Estrada, San Juan Mayor J.V. Ejercito and Pagsanjan Mayor E.R. Ejercito.
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