Is JB Sebastian really dead?

Is JB Sebastian really dead?

Deceased (1980–2020)
Jaybee Sebastian/Living or Deceased

Who is Raymond Dominguez?

Car theft convict Raymond Dominguez was found dead in his cell Friday morning, February 19, the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) confirmed, making him the latest high-profile convict to die inside the tough New Bilibid Prison (NBP). “It appears that he died of natural causes.

Who is Jay Sebastian?

Jaybee Niño Manicad Sebastian (January 20, 1980 – July 18, 2020) was a Filipino high-profile inmate interred at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) who was convicted for kidnap-for-ransom and carnapping in 2009. He was known for running a prison gang and was allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade within the prison.

Who is General Bantag?

“The Palace welcomes the appointment of Mr Gerald Quitaleg Bantag as the new Director-General of the Bureau of Corrections,” said Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo in a statement. Bantag faces 10 counts of murder for a deadly explosion at the Parañaque City Jail when he was its warden.

Where is Roger Dominguez now?

On Saturday, news of Dominguez’s supposed death in a public hospital spread which the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) later refuted. Its spokesperson, Gabriel Chaclag, said that Dominguez is in Site Harry, the national penitentiary’s isolation center for COVID-19 patients.

What does the color red mean in jail?

Red: This usually means the prisoner is considered “high-risk”. Green or blue: low-risk inmates usually charged with a misdemeanor and other nonviolent crimes, or inmates on work detail (e.g., kitchen, cleaning, laundry, mail, or other tasks) Orange: unspecific, commonly used for any status in some prisons.

What color do inmates wear?

Inmates are allowed to wear their own T-shirts as long as they’re not blue (the color of prison-guard uniforms), black (too hard to see), gray (other officials wear it) or orange (the color worn by the Correctional Emergency Response Team, or riot control).

What is the difference between BuCor and Bjmp?

The BuCor is an attached agency of the Department of Justice (DOJ) where convicted inmates are imprisoned. Meanwhile, the BJMP is an agency under the watch of the DILG which handles the district, city, and municipal jails where persons deprived of liberty (PDL) still facing trial are held.

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