By Ferdiand G. Patino
MANILA, Oct. 23 (PNA) — The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said the German boyfriend of Jeffrey Laude, the Filipino transgender that was killed by an American marine, will be deported if found to have committed an undesirable act and a complaint is filed against him.
Commissioner Siegfred Mison said that Marc Sueselbeck will be sent back to Germany if they received information on the charges hurled against the foreigner.
“We have to wait for the transmittal of the incident report. Ngayon kapag nalaman namin, let’s say whatever he did doon sa Camp Aguinaldo that can be considered as undesirable act, he would be properly charged for deportation,” he said in an interview.
He added they cannot do anything at the moment until they receive an official copy of a complaint.
Mison admitted that he have not seen the incident where the German national pushed a soldier in an off-limits area inside the camp in Quezon City.
He defined an undesirable act as — Acts which pose a risk to the general welfare of society; Acts which are inimical to the interest of national security and public order; and Acts which tend to undermine national interest.
US Marine Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton, the suspect in the killing of Laude, is now detained at the Camp Aguinaldo.
The lifeless body of the Filipino transgender was found inside a lodge in Olongapo City after the victim and the 19-year old American serviceman checked-in last October 11. (PNA)