Statement on the Bureau of Immigration’s go-signal for Marc Sueselbeck’s voluntary deportation


Centerlaw release
References: Professor Harry L. Roque, Jr. 09175398096
Atty. Romel R. Bagares 09328798422 or Atty. Ethel C. Avisado 09177055431

We thank the public for their support and concern for our client Marc Sueselbeck. Without it, he wouldn’t have been allowed to leave by the authorities.

The Laude family are of the mind that the charges filed against him by the military were meant to silence them and to pressure them to come to a deal in regard to the case of their slain loved one, Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude; his voluntary departure frees them from a difficult bind.

Our client wants to spend some of the last few hours he is allowed to spend in the Philippines to visit Jennifer’s grave, to say goodbye to her; but for Marc, his return to Germany doe not mean it is the end of his fight for justice for Jennifer.

He very well understands the gravity of being placed in a blacklist of the Bureau of Immigration, as it could mean being barred from returning to the Philippines for the rest of his life. For now, our priority is to get him on a flight to Germany as soon as possible, so that he does not lose his only source of livelihood there.

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2 comments on “Statement on the Bureau of Immigration’s go-signal for Marc Sueselbeck’s voluntary deportation

  1. FFJ says:

    The DOJ has been covering up the immigration screwups for quite some time now. The arbitrary decisions and denial of due process is well documented. Thousands of pages on the internet providing info on human rights violations. http://www.facebook.com/foreigners for justice, http://www.philippinesimmigration.info,

  2. […] Statement on the Bureau of Immigration’s go-signal for Marc Sueselbeck’s voluntary deportation  (harryroque.com) […]

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