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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

    58 84.06%
  • Not Guilty

    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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    #2381
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    dummy lang yan, obvious naman..his antics was taught by the defense team para hinde kainisan kahit na halatang scripted yun sagot..
    22 yrs nang sa kanya yun.
    & then di nya na-transfer yung ownership?
    P2.5k lang ang transfer fees......

    tanga lang maniniwala sa vicente na yan.......

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    #2382
    kung totoo...kawawa naman yung matanda...kasi kaawaan sya ng mga senador...mahuli man sya magsinungaling ano gagawin sa kanya? ikukulong? contempt? eh sa age pa lang na 70 yo lusot na sa kulong si lolo...twice pa na stroke kaya lahat na pang unawa at consideration ibibigay sa kanya...taong bayan na ang mag isip...tama si recto...1990 nabili ni lolo pero kasama pa sa asset ni CJ CORONA ng 1992 kaya nga ang challenge nya eh humarap na si corona pero ayaw talaga ni cuevas hehehe

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    #2383
    have been watching ANC, a very interesting day indeed....also the interview of Linda J of the prosecution atty and atty Karen....oh well maybe too much of FHM got into me.








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    #2384
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Tiangco actually offered nothing and he was there to testify on issue already ruled upon by the court.

    Nuisance lang ang nangyari, made worst by brenda today.
    watch the show. you will be surprised heheheh. i think niky got the "intended plan" of j.cuevas. sabi nga nung lawyer e its "a kin ....." so medyo me pupuntahan outside of impeachment court. so kahit ruled na ng court, gusto lang nila maging evidence yung kay tiangco for their "supposed" back up plan. kaya gusto nila pati yung 3 pa yatang congressman to appear.:D

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    #2385
    Quote Originally Posted by niwde11 View Post
    watch the show. you will be surprised heheheh. i think niky got the "intended plan" of j.cuevas. sabi nga nung lawyer e its "a kin ....." so medyo me pupuntahan outside of impeachment court. so kahit ruled na ng court, gusto lang nila maging evidence yung kay tiangco for their "supposed" back up plan. kaya gusto nila pati yung 3 pa yatang congressman to appear.:D
    Sana naman kumuha sila ng congressman na kahit papano marunong magdala. parang boy kanto lang tong si tiangco, at parang bagong singhot.

    Sinabayan pa ni brenda kanina. Ayan sira tuloy plano nila, nag mukhang kenkoy.

    destructive sana kung di nya natangap pork nya ng 2011, pero nakuha nya lahat eh. Kesyo natatakot daw sya for 2012, drama wala naman sa mukha.

    Brenda: Hero ka!

    Taumbayan: Whhhaaa?!? Pweee!!!

    Wala na yung 3 pang congressman di sila pa subpoena, at kung mag volunteer man sila eh sira na. Na sira kay tiangco.

    By the way Fr. Bernas was interviewed this morning regarding tiangco's allegation. Sorry na lang ang defense at tiangco Fr. Bernas disagreed with them. Malabo daw yang allegation ni tiangco dahil malinaw ang wording ng constitution regarding verification ng complaint. And besides the impeachment court has already rule on the validity of the complaint.

    SC is best advised to keep out. Tama na yung feb 14 resolution and today's SC witness blunder nila.

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    #2386
    sabi nga ni apo johnny (sa 24Oras) na irrelevant daw yung pag-appear at mga sinasabi ni tiangco sa kaso......

    ah-hah-ha! sumakit tiangco.......:hysterical:

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    #2387
    Will Atty. Midas testify today in the impeachment court?

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    #2388
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    sabi nga ni apo johnny (sa 24Oras) na irrelevant daw yung pag-appear at mga sinasabi ni tiangco sa kaso......

    ah-hah-ha! sumakit tiangco.......:hysterical:
    irrelevant naman talaga. but if you watch the show of t.monzon palma, me sinabi yung isang lawyer na something is going on on the mind of cuevas bakit nila pinalabas si tiangco. he made a wild predictions but only j. cueas surely knows. he said something useful outside the impeachment court. they will use it for the future, knowing how politicians work.:D

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    #2389
    Corona got P22M in government pays
    By Maila Ager


    INQUIRER.net
    3:51 pm | Tuesday, March 13th, 2012
    1share30 29

    MANILA, Philippines—Chief Justice Renato Corona received a salary, allowances and other bonuses amounting to close to P22 million from 2002 to 2011, an employee of the Supreme Court disclosed on Tuesday.
    Testifying before the Senate, sitting as an impeachment court, Araceli Bayuga, the chief judicial staff officer of the Supreme Court’s Cash, Collections and Disbursement Division, said Corona’s salary plus allowances and other benefits from 2002 to 2011 amounted to a total of P21,636,781.45.
    Bayuga, reading a document, cited the salaries that the Chief Justice received for the following years:

    2002: P353,000.45
    2003: P485,000.10
    2004: P485,000.10
    2005: P485,000.10
    2006: P485,000.10
    2007: P508,248.72
    2008: P627,750.20
    2009: P665, 652.90
    2010: P650, 447.23
    2011: P1,147,301.77

    Corona’s total salary for the past 10 years, Bayuga said, amounted to P5,872.859.82.

    But Cuevas pointed to another document which showed a total amount of P21, 636, 781.45.
    Asked by Cuevas the source of the figures, Bayuga cited the salary, allowances and other benefits received by the Chief Justice.

    Among the allowances and benefits were longevity pay , PERA, representation allowance, transportation allowance, extra ordinary miscellaneous allowance, monthly special allowance, additional cost of living allowance, productivity incentive benefit, clothing allowance, year-end bonus and cash gift loyalty, cash awards, and extra ordinary miscellaneous from Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET).
    Bayuga also cited an emergency economic assistance, anniversary bonus, Christmas cash gifts, additional cash gifts, rice allowance, groceries , among others.

    Asked by Cuevas how she got the total amount of P21.6 million, Bayuga said, “I reviewed and evaluated all the paid payrolls pertaining to salaries, allowances and other benefits received by the honorable Chief Justice from 2002 to 2011.”

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    #2390
    sarap maging cheap justice. ang daming allowances, benefits and perks.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..