Sacristan Tapped as Suspect Involved in Maguad Siblings Murder

The mother of the Maguad siblings gives an update to the murder case and revealed that a sacristan is one of the suspects involved.

Crizzle Gwynn and Crizville Louis Maguad’s murder case is still under investigation. Lovella Maguad, their mother, has revealed new evidence in connection with the heinous crime.

Maguad Siblings Sacristan

A sacristan or altar boy ministering in the church, according to the mother of the Maguad siblings’ Facebook post, is another alleged suspect in the death of her underage children. One of the suspects is “Janice,” who is now being held by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Mlang.

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The DSWD, according to Lovella, is purportedly looking after the suspect. Lovella stated that the sacristan had been in and out of the DSWD for more than 8 years, receiving psychosocial treatments and being looked after by them.

Lovella is supposed to be praying for the supporters of Republic Act 9344 or Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 to open their eyes to reality. According to her, the youngsters who has already the mind of a criminal are being safeguarded by the abovementioned law adopted by Senator Kiko Pangilinan.

Under the Juvenile Justice Act, offenders cannot be held responsible by law while they are under the age of 15. Lovella went on to say that he observes the DSWD’s “injustice” or unfairness in dealing with minor suspects and victims.

“I saw how they handle with care and protection the suspects leaving my innocent kids alone (inside their coffins)- who didn’t savor the privilege of their rights,” she said.

“Victims are always victims unless there would be the bravest hearts and impartial sound mind to fight for justice,” she added.

Children who have committed crimes shall also be rehabilitated in shelters like “Bahay Pag-asa” rather than being imprisoned in regular jails, according to Republic Act 9344. On January 3, 2022, the Maguads intend to obtain a copy of the juvenile suspects’ judicial declarations detailing how the Maguad brothers were murdered.

According to Lovella, she has not seen the pictures of her children at the crime scene so she is not sure if she will be able to read or hear the affidavit of the suspects. The crime took place on December 10, 2021 inside the Maguad home.

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