Kris Aquino Camp To File Motion For Reconsideration After Court Dismissed Charges Against Falcis

Kris Aquino camp to file motion for reconsideration.

KRIS AQUINO CAMP- The camp of Kris Aquino is set to file motion for consideration after court dismissed qualified theft she filed against Falcis.

Based on a previous report, due to lack of probable cause and no sufficient evidence, court junked the qualified theft charges filed by Kris Aquino against the former managing director of her KCAP company Nicko Falcis.

Accordingly, the financial whiz stole more than a million of amount from her production company for his personal uses which prompted her to file 44 counts of qualified theft against Falcis. The card has a Php2-million limit which is just accordingly meant for business purposes only.

However, the cases were junked and the camp of Falcis celebrated and rejoiced because of the result. A portion from the statement of the Makati Prosecutor’s Office has indicated, “At the onset, it is important to note that no evidence was presented with regard to any agreement between Aquino and Falcis as regards the use of the subject credit card.”

But Aquino is not giving up as she and her camp will file a motion for reconsideration after their complaints got junked for they have found that the “resolution is irregular and legally flawed on some grounds”.

According to a report from PUSH, the following grounds are:

“1. The credit card in question was clearly owned by KCA Productions, not respondent Mr. Nicko Falcis as it was plainly embossed on the card. Mr. Falcis’ name was simply put there to show he was authorized to use it for Ms. Aquino, but not for his personal transactions.

“2.  Mr. Falcis even admitted in his messages to Ms. Aquino that what he did in using the card for professional transactions was wrong. He also tried to pay part of it by using his own check to  cover the cost of is personal purchases. His admissions to wrongdoing were all submitted in evidence to the prosecutor who may have glossed over those.

“3. Mr Falcis did not even appear and did not file any counter-affidavit to refute the charges against him. His alleged defenses in his “verified omnibus motion” should not have even been considered by the city prosecutor.

“4. His defenses are only his own allegations, the truth of which should be proved during trial. The task of the prosecutor is to determine whether or nt there is probable cause to charge him of these offenses. This case is only one of the many cases filed by Ms. Aquino against Mr. Falcis, all of which are pending resolution before several jurisdictions. This resolution from the Makati prosecutor is not final and we will ensure that justice is  served for Ms. Aquino.”


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