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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

    58 84.06%
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    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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    #2041
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Gusto ko na makita yun sagot ng defense...
    Unang paglaban nila dyan eh yung motion to quash nila. Patayan yan, for sure Brenda and Arroyo will come to their rescue again.

    Tingnan natin kung pano nila sabihing di pera ni Corona yung nasa bank accounts nya.

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    #2042
    ang hirap tlaga pag minadali magsampa ng kaso.. walang strategy,
    kumbaga sa larong chess. paubos na ang PAWN ng mga prosec

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    #2043
    Article 2 lang ang may pag-asa. Even 7 is not that convincing, walang smoking gun... Justice Sereno must have turned down the prosecution's invitation.

    MANILA, Philippines - Bayan Muna Rep. Neri Colmenares admitted on Tuesday it was difficult to find a "smoking gun" that would prove that Chief Justice Renato Corona gave special treatment to former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo when the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) for the former chief executive.

    We want to get a smoking gun like a Clarissa Ocampo but that comes once in a lifetime e. So kami building blocks kami sa Article 7," he said in an ANC "Headstart" interview. Ocampo, a bank executive, was a key witness in the 2000-Jan. 2001 impeachment trial of then President Joseph Estrada.

    Prosecutors said Sereno could have testified on Article 7 of the impeachment complaint, which accuses Corona of favoring former Mrs. Arroyo when the SC issued a TRO for her immediate travel.

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    #2044
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Unang paglaban nila dyan eh yung motion to quash nila. Patayan yan, for sure Brenda and Arroyo will come to their rescue again.

    Tingnan natin kung pano nila sabihing di pera ni Corona yung nasa bank accounts nya.

    malamang maging active na naman si atty manikis dito sa thread.......

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    #2045
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Article 2 lang ang may pag-asa. Even 7 is not that convincing, walang smoking gun... Justice Sereno must have turned down the prosecution's invitation.
    Kung ako lang dapat stop na ang prosec sa article 2.

    FYI Sereno is in no liberty to go to impeachment court on her own unless she have secured a waiver from SC en banc.

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    #2046
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    malamang maging active na naman si atty manikis dito sa thread.......
    Heheheheee... Pag laban muna ni Cuevas at Brenda hangang patayan na basura ang bank docs.

    Masaya pag di sila successful. Tingnan natin kung gano kagaling magsinugnaling si esguerra, at ang temper ni manikis.

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    #2047
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Kung ako lang dapat stop na ang prosec sa article 2.

    FYI Sereno is in no liberty to go to impeachment court on her own unless she have secured a waiver from SC en banc.
    sumulat na si Representative from Bayan Muna to Justice Sereno para ma "invite" sya to speak sa impeachment court...

    scenario lang...

    what if magtuloy si Sereno inspite na wala syang clearance from en banc? Ano ba SC rules ang pinaka grabeng pupuwedeng mangyari sa kanya? Hindi naman sya ma impeach I'm sure since tatanghalin pa syang bayani ng congress at ni PNoy kung gawin nya yun? Will Presiding Officer Enrile allow the testimony of Sereno inspite of the lack of clearance from the SC en banc assuming na magpakita si Justice Sereno sa impeachment court? Will the senator judges allow Sereno speak out (dumating na rin naman andyan na sya bakit sasayangin oras nya na pumunta tapos di naman pagsasalitain).. lalong laking gulo... pero PNoy and the congress impeachment boys may be glad... at least nasa SC ang circus at wala sa bakuran nila.. matatabunan yung mga issues sa loob ng bakuran nila (Naguiat, PPP, no productive output sa congress due to impeachment)...

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    #2048
    Quote Originally Posted by wowiesy View Post
    sumulat na si Representative from Bayan Muna to Justice Sereno para ma "invite" sya to speak sa impeachment court...

    scenario lang...

    what if magtuloy si Sereno inspite na wala syang clearance from en banc? Ano ba SC rules ang pinaka grabeng pupuwedeng mangyari sa kanya? Hindi naman sya ma impeach I'm sure since tatanghalin pa syang bayani ng congress at ni PNoy kung gawin nya yun? Will Presiding Officer Enrile allow the testimony of Sereno inspite of the lack of clearance from the SC en banc assuming na magpakita si Justice Sereno sa impeachment court? Will the senator judges allow Sereno speak out (dumating na rin naman andyan na sya bakit sasayangin oras nya na pumunta tapos di naman pagsasalitain).. lalong laking gulo... pero PNoy and the congress impeachment boys may be glad... at least nasa SC ang circus at wala sa bakuran nila.. matatabunan yung mga issues sa loob ng bakuran nila (Naguiat, PPP, no productive output sa congress due to impeachment)...
    Labo, from Sereno to cover-up na ng admin tumbok mo.

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    #2049
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Labo, from Sereno to cover-up na ng admin tumbok mo.
    labo nga... pero scenario lang naman..

    but still think about it... i'm not a lawyer... i haven't done any research pa.. but I was just wondering... was this the first time tha a dissenting opinion ay di lang nag dissent, inilabas pa yung mga pangyayari during the deliberations and workings ng internal ng SC? kung ito ang first time.. napapaisip lang.. ganoon na ba kasama ang lakaran sa SC ? ganon na ba kalinis si Sereno para makonsyensya sya at ilabas nya sa dissenting opinion nya lahat, knowing the possible consequences? or maaari bang pinag handaan na yan na at one point, may kasong maaaring umabot sa ganyan, at lalabas na parang si Sereno ang penetration agent sa loob para mai expose laaht ang nangyayari sa loob?

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    #2050
    Quote Originally Posted by wowiesy View Post
    labo nga... pero scenario lang naman..

    but still think about it... i'm not a lawyer... i haven't done any research pa.. but I was just wondering... was this the first time tha a dissenting opinion ay di lang nag dissent, inilabas pa yung mga pangyayari during the deliberations and workings ng internal ng SC? kung ito ang first time.. napapaisip lang.. ganoon na ba kasama ang lakaran sa SC ? ganon na ba kalinis si Sereno para makonsyensya sya at ilabas nya sa dissenting opinion nya lahat, knowing the possible consequences? or maaari bang pinag handaan na yan na at one point, may kasong maaaring umabot sa ganyan, at lalabas na parang si Sereno ang penetration agent sa loob para mai expose laaht ang nangyayari sa loob?
    Normal practice sa mga Justices yang mga dissenting opinion. At pino promulgate ng SC yang mga dissenting opinion hence making it public document.

    Nagka labo-labo lang sila ng time nung nilalakad ang TRO ni Gloria kaya nagka ganyan. Remember bawal mag away-away mga Justices, pag may disagreement ka pwede kang mag file ng dissenting opinion.

    Walang agent na angle sa justices ng SC parte ng rules nila yang mga pag file ng dissenting opinion. Nagka taon lang na may irregularities sa mga nangyari nung pag file ng TRO.

    Now the question is...

    Why SC release a resolution barring its employee and justices from responding to a subpoena or volunteer themselves as witnesses unless they got a waiver from en banc?

Impeachment against CJ Corona..