Delfin Lee

Delfin Lee

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Delfin Lee was invited by the operatives of the Task Force Tugis of PNP but later on detained and arrested on the claim that the quashal, recall and lifting of his warrant of arrest by the Court of Appeals is not yet final and executory because HDMF appealed the appellate court’s decision to the Supreme Court.

The Court of Appeals granted the petition of Delfin Lee in CA G.R. SP. No. 127553 and voided the probable cause ruling of Judge Reyes of the Pampanga RTC for having been issued with grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction. The warrant of arrest against Delfin Lee was likewise recalled, quashed and lifted directly enjoining the PNP, NBI and all law enforcement agencies not to implement the warrant of arrest. Judge Reyes was also directed by the appellate court not to anymore proceed against Delfin Lee in Criminal Case No. 18480.

The Court of Appeals dismissed HDMF’s Petition for Certiorari in CA G.R. SP. 128262 questioning the Summary Judgment of the Makati RTC that ruled that HDMF was the one responsible for the approval of the PAG-IBIG membership and the PAG-IBIG loan applications of the alleged fictitious and ghost buyers at the Xevera projects of Globe Asiatique. These  alleged ghost and fictitious buyers are the ones being used by HDMF in filing the case for syndicated estafa against Delfin Lee and the rest of the accused in Criminal Case No. 18480. The Court of Appeals likewise declared that the Summary Judgment is now final, executory and immutable because of the erroneous appeal filed by HDMF.

The Court of Appeals granted the petition of Atty.  Alvarez in CA G.R. SP. No. 127690 and voided the probable cause ruling of Judge Reyes of the Pampanga RTC for having been issued with grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction. The warrant of arrest against Atty. Alvarez was likewise recalled, quashed and lifted directly enjoining the PNP, NBI and all law enforcement agencies not to implement the warrant of arrest. Judge Reyes was also directed by the appellate court not to anymore proceed against Atty. Alvarez in Criminal Case No. 18480.

The Court of Appeals quashed the Information for Syndicated Estafa against all the accused in Criminal Case No. 18480 for lack of probable cause. The Appellate Court likewise lifted, recalled and quashed the warrant of arrest issued by Judge Reyes against accused Christina Sagun.

The Court of Appeals granted the Petition for Certiorari of accused Christina Sagun in CA. G.R. SP No. 121346 and declared as null and void the Review Resolution of DOJ indicting her, Delfin Lee and others of the crime of syndicated estafa, for lack of probable cause.

The Summary Judgment in Civil Case No. 10-1120 was declared by the RTC-Branch 58 of Makati City as final, executory and immutable in view of the failure of HDMF or the PAG-IBIG  Fund to file a motion for reconsideration or appeal from the said summary judgment.

Judge Reyes denied Delfin and Dexter Lee’s motion for reconsideration of the May 22, 2012 Resolution finding probable cause against them for the crime of syndicated estafa.

Judge Reyes denied the Motion for Judicial Determination of Probable Cause in Criminal Case No. 18480 filed by Delfin Lee and the other accused and the corresponding warrants of arrest against them were issued. This Resolution was challenged by accused Delfin & Dexter Lee, and Atty. Alex Alvarez before the Court of Appeals for being void as it was issued with grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction.

As soon as the TRO/Injunction issued by RTC-Branch 167 of Pasig City was dissolved by the Court of Appeals, DOJ filed the Information for syndicated estafa against Delfin Lee, Dexter Lee, Christina Sagun, Cristina Salagan, and Atty. Alex Alvarez and the case was raffled on April 30, 2012 to RTC-Branch 42 of San Fernando, Pampanga presided by  Judge Maria Amifaith S. Fider-Reyes. This is docketed as Criminal Case No. 18480.

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