Aiko Baniqued-Moore
(1985 - 2013)

Aiko Baniqued-Moore


November 13, 2013

This site is dedicated to Aiko Baniqued-Moore.
According to an ABS-CBN News report published yesterday, Aiko, 28, died after being allegedly beaten by her husband of four years, James Edward Moore II.

The American husband of men’s magazine and car show model Aiko Baniqued-Moore is facing a parricide charge after he beat her to death in their Makati City condominium unit Wednesday night.

James Edward Moore II, 32, was arrested by members of the city police’s tourist protection unit who responded to a report of domestic violence at the couple’s Amorsolo Tower Condominium unit in Barangay Poblacion at around 4:30 p.m., said Senior Inspector Gaylord Tamayo, deputy chief of the city police’s criminal investigation division.

Police officers said the 28-year-old Baniqued-Moore was pronounced dead due to head injuries by Dr. Ma. Lourdes Suntay at the Makati Medical Center at past 6 p.m.

The model reportedly said her husband of four years frequently beat her, a friend of the victim told ABS-CBN.

The friend, identified only as Anna, said Baniqued-Moore’s niece Cristina Rose and personal assistant Marvin Sunga claimed they saw Moore banging his wife’s head against the wall, ABS-CBN reported.

Cristina Rose and Sunga said Moore reportedly handcuffed his wife. They said they were able to free her, but Moore caught his wife near the condominium elevator and beat her again.

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Do we know what ever happened to her murderous husband?
Brad Lew (Cousin)
August 23rd, 2018
i was deeply saddened when i learned of your passing Aiko, and i was 3 years too late. and i heard the news right at the spot where we first kissed and held hands. ours was one of the finest memories i had.

we were young then but we had dreams together, even until the last time we held arms, we never said goodbye to our friendship and made promises to stay in touch and look forward on meeting in a different time in the future. you were the first love of my life whom i shared the deepest substance of myself.

you thought me how to dream, you gifted me a special memory that i hold very precious upto now. i have become now who we once dreamed before.

learning you left this life tragically really hurts, it pains me a lot.

to her friend and family who can read this, i'm sending my sincerest apologies and sympathies. i regret leaving you for such petty reason. you could have had a different life with me now.

i shall see you in another lifetime, dear Aiko. you are missed.
Elzo Carpio (Friend)
May 29th, 2018
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Anna annie
September 17th, 2015
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April 22nd, 2016
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September 17th, 2015


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