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Republic of the Philippines

REGIONAL TRIAL COURT


FIRST JUDICIAL REGION
Branch 5
Baguio City

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES,


Petitioner, CRIM. CASE NO. 101-288-11

-versus- For:

INOCENCIO AH KOH MURDER


Accused
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JUDICIAL AFFIDAVIT
The Judicial Affidavit of DR. RONALD R. BANDONILL contains the
transcript of the examination conducted by notary public
______________________at his law office situated at 3rd floor Puso ng Baguio,
Session Road, Baguio City and is executed to serve as his direct testimony.

The testimony of Dr. Ronald R. Bandonill is being OFFERED for the


following purposed, to wit:

1) To prove that he is an expert witness;


2) To prove that he conducted an autopsy on the body of Rodolfo Ruiz y
Sandaga;
3) To prove that he issued the death certificate;
4) To prove that the cause of death of Rodolfo Ruiz y Sandaga are the fatal
gunshots he had;
5) To identify his autopsy report including the attachments
Questions were propounded by the undersigned notary public and the
answers were given by the witness or affiant in English, which he fully
understands.

DIRECT EXAMINATION

I, DR. RONALD R. BANDONILL, of legal age, married, Filipino and


resident of No. 28 Upper General Luna Road, Baguio City, am fully conscious
that I am under oath in this examination and I am fully aware that I may be facing
criminal liability for false testimony or perjury for any deliberate falsehood in my
answer to the following questions:

Q1: Please state your full name and personal circumstances.


A: I am Dr. RONALD R. BANDONILL, of legal age, married and I reside at No.
28 Upper General Luna Road, Baguio City.

Q2: You said you are a physician, will you please tell what school did you take the
course of medicine?
A: I graduated in 1985 at the University of Santo Tomas

Q3: After graduating in the year 1985, did you take the board examinations for
medicine?
A: Yes ma’am, I passed the board exams in 1986.

Q4: After you passed the boards in 1986 as a doctor, where did you practice your
profession?
A: I started to work in a private hospital and assigned as an attending physician in
emergency room.

Q5: Where was it in particular?


A: In Dagupan, Pangasinan
Q6: What is the name of the hospital?
A: Nazareth General Hospital.

Q7: After 1988, did you transfer to any other place?


A: Yes. I started to render government service.

Q8: What particular branch of the government did you join or transfer?
A: I entered as a City Health Officer at Dagupan City, Pangasinan.

Q9: How many years did you stay at Dagupan City as a City Health Officer?
A: 10 years ma’am.

Q10: After staying in Dagupan City, did you move to any other place?
A: Yes, I moved to Baguio City.

Q11: What was your designation in Baguio City?


A: I was designated as City Health Officer of Baguio City.

Q12: How many years did you serve in Baguio City as City Health Officer?
A: Since the day that I started to work as City Health Officer of Baguio City until
today I am already in my 12 years of service.

Q13: Have you ever conducted an autopsy report or examined a medico-legal case
while you were attending as an emergency physician in Dagupan City?
A: No, ma’am. I have not been assigned to handle a medico-legal case while I was
working at the Nazareth General Hospital in Dagupan.

Q14: But when you were already a City Health Officer in Dagupan City have you
handled any medico-legal cases?
A: Yes ma’am. I started handling medico-legal cases when I became a City Health
Officer in Dagupan .
Q15: How many cases have you handled when you were in Dagupan as City
Health Officer?
A: More than 60 cases, Ma’am.

Q16: What are those medico-legal cases that you have handled in Dagupan?
A: Deaths caused by vehicular accidents, stab wounds and gunshot wounds.

Q17: Do you recall how many medico-legal cases have you performed in Baguio
City as the City Health Officer for twelve years?
A: Around 150 cases Ma’am.

Q18: Doctor Bandonill, you mentioned that you are the City Health Officer of
Baguio City, would you recall where you were at about 11:00 am of March 18,
2004?
A: I was in Brgy. Bagong Silang in Sta. Maria, Pangasinan.

Q19: Why were you there?


A: I was invited as a guest speaker in a conference in Pangasinan situated near
Sta. Maria when I was called by the Sta. Maria Police to conduct an autopsy.

Q20: And upon being called by the police what did you do?
A: I proceeded to the place.

Q21: What did you see when you arrived there?


A: I saw a body covered with a white blanket.

Q22: Did you conduct a medico-legal examination on the body of this person?
A: Yes, Ma’am.

Q23: Before you conducted the medico-legal examination did you determine the
name of the person of the victim who you were to examine?
A: A police officer informed me the name of the victim.
Q24: And what was the name that was mentioned to you?
A: Rodolfo Ruiz y Sandaga.

Q25: Who were the persons present when you conducted the medico-legal
examination?
A: PO2 Tristan Castillo and the other personnel of R.C.B. Funeraria.

Q26: Did you determine the age of the victim?


A: Yes, ma’am.

Q27: What is your finding?


A: He was 51 years old.

Q28: Did you measure the height of the victim?


A: Yes, sir.

Q29: What did you find out?


A: He was 163.0 centimeters tall.

Q30: Having ascertained the identity of the victim and height what else did you
do, Doctor?
A: I immediate looked and examined the injuries incurred by the victim.

Q31: What are your findings in the post-mortem examination that you have
conducted?
A: There were 9 abrasions, a contusion on the left chin area and 4 gunshot
wounds.

Q32: Did you put that down in writing?


A: Yes, Ma’am.

Q33: I have with me the original copy of the Autopsy Report No. N-T4-05-P dated
March 18, 2004. Is this your findings which you put into writing?
A: Yes, Ma’am.

Q34: A signature was affixed above the name Ronald R. Bandonill, MD, whose
signature is that doctor?
A: That is my signature, Ma’am.

Q35: I am showing to you the first and second pages of the autopsy report. Please
confirm and affirm if the machine copies are true and faithful reproduction of the
original.
A: I affirm that the photocopies are faithful reproduction of the original, Ma’am.

Q36: I have marked the photocopy of the first and second pages as Exhibit “A”.
Do you confirm that?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q37: I have bracketed and marked your signature as Exhibit “A-1”. Do you
confirm that?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q38: As it appears in Exhibit “A”, your post-mortem findings show 9 Abrasions.


Abrasion number 1 states an abrasion, 3.0 cms. X 2.5 cms., left zygomatic area can
you tell us where that abrasion is located, doctor?
A: I have a drawing and markings of the injuries incurred by the victim, Ma’am.

Q39: I have with me the original copy of drawing of human body. Is this the
drawing that you have mentioned?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q40: I am showing to you the photocopies of the drawing of human body


consisting of two sheets. Please confirm and affirm if the machine copies are true
and faithful reproduction of the original.
A: I affirm that the photocopies are faithful reproduction of the original ma’am.
Q41: I have marked the photocopies of drawing of human body the first copy as
Exhibit “B” and the second copy as Exhibit “B1”. Do you confirm that?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q42: Now, doctor which of the wounds that you examined in your post-mortem
findings have caused the death of Rodolfo Ruiz y Sandaga?
A: The 4 gunshot wounds that he had incurred.

Q43: Will you show these wounds by indicating the number as shown in Exhibit
“A” and Exhibit “B”?
A: Gunshot wounds numbers: 1 (PoEn or Point of Entry), 1 (PoEx or Point of
Exit), 2 (PoEn), 3(PoEn), 3 (PoEx), 4 (PoEn), 4 (PoEx).

Q44: Which of one of these wounds which you have mentioned could have caused
the death of Rodolfo Ruiz y Sandaga?
A: The causes of death are all of these gunshot wounds because all have led to the
severe bleeding of the victim and vital organs were hit by the bullets.

Q45: Doctor, do you have an opinion as to what time the victim died based on your
findings?
A: I examined the body at 11 am of March 18, 2004. When I examined the body
was previously embalmed and in a moderate state of decomposition, so I presumed
that 10 days have been passed since the victim died.

Q46: Did you issue a death certificate in connection with the death of Rodolfo
Ruiz y Sandaga?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q47: I have with me the photocopy of the death certificate of Rodolfo Ruiz y
Sandaga. Is this the death certificate you mentioned?
A: Yes, ma’am.
Q48: I have marked the photocopy of the death certificate of one Rodolfo Ruiz y
Sandaga as Exhibit “C”. Do you confirm that?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q49: What is the cause of death of the victim Rodolfo Ruiz y Sandaga?
A: Gunshot wounds, head and trunk.

Q50: And does the cause of death appear in your medico-legal report, doctor?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q51: Does that also appear at the death certificate you prepared, doctor?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q52: In this copy of your post-mortem findings, it was stated therein that the
Abrasions numbers 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 are all located in the left part of the body of the
victim. Do you confirm that Doctor?
A: Yes, ma’am.

Q53: Upon confirming that doctor, now can you give your opinion regarding as to
how would have the victim incurred most of his abrasions on the left part of his
body?
A: Yes, ma’am. The victim would have incurred those abrasions after he was hit
by the bullets of the gun. After he fell down on his right side, the perpetrator would
have pulled and dragged his body trying to get it out of the area.

Q54: It is also apparent that in your autopsy report that the locations of the gunshot
wounds are in the head and in the trunk of the victim as being illustrated in your
drawing. Do you confirm that doctor?
A: Yes.

Q55: Now, can you give us an opinion regarding to the estimated distance of the
gunman in relation with the gunshot wounds inflicted to the victim?
A: Yes, ma’am. Looking closely at the gunshot wounds of the victim as seen in the
drawing and in the autopsy report, it can be inferred that the gunman was near to
the victim when he aimed and fired his gun.

Q56: Is there anything more you would like to say?


A: None, ma’am.

Affiant further sayeth naught.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this October 22,


2015 at Baguio City, Philippines.

RONALD R. BANDONILL, M.D.


Affiant

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this September 11, 2015


at Baguio City, Philippines. Witness is personally known to the undersigned.

_____________________________
3rd floor Puso ng Baguio, Session Road, Baguio City
IBP (Lifetime) No. 91192; 10-7-2012; Baguio-Benguet
PTR, No. 1818; 2-14-13; Benguet
Roll No. 14388; 02-14-1999
MCLE Compliance No. 80808; August 6, 2013
ATTESTATION

I, ____________________________. of legal age, single, Filipino and holding


office at 3rd floor Puso ng Baguio, Session Road, Baguio City, under oath, depose
and state that (1) I was the one who personally conducted the above examination of
witness Ronald R. Bandonill at ___________ Law Office on September 11, 2015;
(2) I have faithfully recorder or caused to be recorded the questions I asked and the
responding anwers that the witnesses gave; and (3) neither I nor any other person
then present coached the witness.

____________________________________
Affiant

SUBSCRIBE AND SWORN to before me this September 11, 2015 at Baguio


City, affiant exhibiting to me his Driver’s License No. 12345 which expires on
February 14, 2018.