Ralph Recto: Justice for murdered Subic businessman
Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said the murder of Dominic Sytin, president and founder of United Auctioneers, “must be given justice.”
Sytin was killed by two unidentified men last November 28 while he was about to enter the Lighthouse Resort and Hotel in Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
The Batangas politiko called Sytin “a good friend.”
“His niche was not in fancy cars that ferry people from point A to B, but in vehicles which move the economy forward. He made heavy equipment affordable to the small businessman, the countryside trader, to the promdi farmer, and to local governments,” Recto said.
Sytin also owned “a P2-billion car assembly plant in Clark, resorts, and one of the country’s biggest chemical companies.”
“He had gone to one sector where others fear to tread: in manufacturing. I am confident that his dreams will not die with him,” Recto said.
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