The Quezon City Regional Trial Court rendered its judgement against two accused, Celia Rumusod Gorospe and Jinalyn “Anne” Jaicten Inao and discovered them bad of breaking the Republic Act 6955 or the Anti-Mail Order Bride Act. These people were convicted for matching, providing and contracting wedding between Filipinos and international nationals for revenue.
In November 2007, Lara ( maybe not her name that is real introduced to Inao by way of a co-worker within the factory. Lara, along side various other Filipina females, had been recruited by Inao to get results in Southern Korea regarding the condition that they can marry Korean nationals. In December, the complainant along with other ladies were followed by Inao towards the Farmer’s Market in Cubao where they came across Gorospe. The latter arranged the“show that is so-called” where Filipino females had been presented prior to the Korean guys who will be searching for females to marry. Lara ended up being selected by Mr. Jae Byun. The morning that is following a wedding between Lara and Mr. Byun occurred in a restaurant where in fact the two accused were present. In addition, both Gorospe and Inao processed the wedding permit, wedding certification plus the documents stating consent to marry. Continue reading Two Sentenced for Breaking the Anti-Mail Order Bride Legislation