Fish trading company owner stabbed dead PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 26 June 2011 16:09

The owner and operator of a fish trading company was stabbed and wounded by an unidentified assailant at Emerald St., Johnston subdivision around 3:10 p.m. yesterday.
Albert Teng, 54, of Albert Teng Fish Trading, was found bloodied with multiple stab wounds lying outside his white Toyota Rav4.
Initial reports said that Teng’s Rav4 was enroute to Canelar Moret when the stabbing took place.

There were no other details available from the police on the killing, except for witnesses telling investigators that they saw a motorcycle with some men aboard near the Toyota Rav4. The motorcycle sped away moments after the killing.

In 2002, five workers filed with the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) an illegal dismissal case against Teng. The NCMB Voluntary Arbitrator (VA) rendered a decision in Teng’s favor and declared that no employer-employee relationship existed between Teng and the respondent workers.

The five workers elevated the case to the Court of Appeals, which reversed the NCMB decision. Teng filed before the Supreme Court a Petition for Review on Certiorari, but the High Court last year issued a decision affirming the CA’s decision.

Teng is the son of Mr. Teng Tick Kua, former president of the Zamboanga Filipino-Chinese Chamber Commerce. He belongs to the prominent Rojo family.