Jason Ivler found guilty of murder; sentenced to reclusion perpetua

Jason Ivler was sentenced to reclusion perpetua for the killing of the son of a former Malacañang official in a road-rage incident six years ago.


Jason Ivler was found guilty of killing the son of a former Malacañang official six years ago.

According to a report by GMA News today, November 24, Judge Luisito Cortez of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court sentenced Jason to reclusion perpetua for the murder of Renato Ebarle Jr. in a road-rage killing incident on November 18, 2009.

Portion of QC RTC Branch 84 ruling finding Jason Ivler guilty of murder | via @marcelo_beth pic.twitter.com/pJWSRtC1in

— GMA News (@gmanews) November 24, 2015

The victim was the son of former Presidential Chief of Staff undersecretary Renato Ebarle Sr.

Jason, who was 28 years old that time, was arrested at the home of his mother Marlene Aguilar in Quezon City after an encounter with National Bureau of Investigation agents in January 2010.

Read: Jason Ivler pleads not guilty to road-rage murder charge

The nephew of folk singer Freddie Aguilar will serve a prison term of up to 40 years.

Ivler was also ordered to pay a fine of P9 million.


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