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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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    #431
    Quote Originally Posted by fourtheboys96 View Post
    regarding salaries of govt officials and employees.

    possible yang 10 million na yan sa kanila especially kung may expertise at kilala na.

    for example, a professor in a state university can go on leave (with or without pay) to work in an international institution (WB, UN, ADB, FAO, etc) with a salary of around US$100,000 per annum. plus consultancy work pa. i know some people who did a 4 man-month consultancy and earned US$10,000. so possible, di ba??? kung may 10-20 years career kang ganyan, pwede.

    for judges and lawyers, mas pwede yan lalo na kung cliente mo malalaking corporation.

    Syempre, ito ay possible lang kung magaling at kilala ka sa field mo. kung janitor ka lang, malabo except kung may sariling business or nanalo sa lotto.
    That would be fine for government other agencies, except....government lawyers, judges and justices cannot just go on leave to take on private clients. Government lawyers can't even notarize agreements like Deeds of Sale. What more those who are with the judiciary since it will impair their judicial functions?

    There are instances wherein a distinguished member of the judiciary is endowed with a professorial chair by a reputable law school or university, and this comes with a money grant --- only because he is a recognized legal luminary and an authority in a certain subject of law (i.e. civil law, political law, etc), but, there is absolutely no way you'll get millions.

    The way I see it, the only way you'll get rich here is:

    1. You're already filthy rich prior to your appointment to the judiciary (like Justice Feliciano, Justice Ozaeta, Justice Medialdea, Justice Quiason, Justice Carpio, all of the SC). Which means, you already had several properties and businesses in your name or in the name of your immediate family.

    2. You or your spouse became instant millionaires thanks to a rich, dead relative or you happen to hit the jackpot at the lotto.

    3. Quite simply, you are corrupt and traded decisions for money.

    Which, do you think, would be more apparent in Corona's case?
    Last edited by Altis6453; January 19th, 2012 at 03:50 PM.

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    #432
    bat wala pa rin si Miriam

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    #433
    Quote Originally Posted by jansky View Post
    bat wala pa rin si Miriam
    may sakit.
    hypertension daw.

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    #434
    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    That would be fine for government other agencies, except....government lawyers, judges and justices cannot just go on leave to take on private clients. Government lawyers can't even notarize agreements like Deeds of Sale. What more those who are with the judiciary since it will impair their judicial functions?

    There are instances wherein a distinguished member of the judiciary are endowed with a professorial chair by a reputable law school and this comes with a money grant --- only because he is a recognized legal luminary and an authority in a certain subject of law (i.e. civil law, political law, etc), but, there is absolutely no way you'll get millions.

    The way I see it, the only way you'll get rich here is:

    1. You're already filthy rich prior to your appointment to the judiciary (like Justice Feliciano, Justice Ozaeta, Justice Medialdea, Justice Quiason, Justice Carpio, all of the SC). Which means, you already had several properties and businesses in your name or in the name of your immediate family.

    2. You or your spouse became instant millionaires thanks to a rich, dead relative or you happen to hit the jackpot at the lotto.

    3. Quite simply, you are corrupt and traded decisions for money.

    Which, do you think, would be more apparent in Corona's case?
    # 3.

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    #435
    Even an ordinary clerk, makakipon ng malaking pera in 10 yrs provided wala siyang gastos kahit singko for 10 years...

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    #436
    Parang hinde ko pa nakita today Si Charice sa impeachment ah

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    #437
    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/01...-sc-salns-show

    Nakapost dyan yun mga SALN niya since 2002

    yun condo niya sa taguig 6.8M lang daw? Parang ang baba ha? makabili nga ng dalawang unit

    2003, 04, at 2010 nakabili siya ng condo tas nakalagay nagbenta siya ng 2 lupa.

    8M tinaas ng SALN niya in 10 years, magkano ba sweldo ng isang CJ?

    May negosyo ba pamilya nila?

    something fishy IMO
    Last edited by c_cube; January 19th, 2012 at 03:50 PM.

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    #438
    if they invest something and the ROI is okay. i think pde naman na kumita

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    #439
    Sinama ng prosecution yung parking lots sa 45 na pag-aari ni corona. Nakangiti si dr beats eh.

    Si computer generated talaga sabungero sabungero dating.

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    #440
    nag-lecture na si cuevas.......

Impeachment against CJ Corona..