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‘57 private lawyers volunteer for prosecution in Corona impeachment’

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MANILA, Philippines—Despite alleged pressure from allies of impeached Chief Justice Renato Corona to stay out of the Senate trial, 57 private lawyers have signed up to provide law research and pointers to the House prosecution team in its bid to remove the most powerful man in the judiciary.

Marikina Representative Romero Quimbo, spokesman for the prosecution, said that the number of volunteers signing up for the prosecution team surged only two weeks ago as prosecutors initially found very little willingness among private lawyers to face up to Corona.

“We’re overwhelmed by the response in the last two weeks because it was really difficult assembling a team of private lawyers who were threatened that their pending cases in the Supreme Court would be compromised if they joined the prosecution team. Some of them were even asked to take a leave from their major law firms,” said Quimbo in a phone interview.

A source from the prosecution team, who requested anonymity, said that interest among private lawyers shot up immediately after President Aquino announced late last month that he was considering to appoint an “outsider” as the next chief justice should Corona be removed from office.

Aurora Rep. Juan Edgardo Angara, another prosecution spokesman, said that the 57 lawyers who agreed to support the 10 prosecution members should be commended for standing up to the pressure of being cast as “enemies of the Supreme Court.’’

“They will not be compensated by the House. They have agreed to volunteer their services because they believe in our cause. They will be a big boost to the prosecution team because it is no joke to present a case of this magnitude,” said Angara in a text message.

Angara said the private prosecutors picked their team members based on their expertise in the eight articles of impeachment lodged against Corona.

“They will be responsible for preparing questions for witnesses, readying the documents to be presented before the court. They will be asked to do anything that could assist the public prosecutors,” said Angara.

The team members of House prosecution leader Iloilo Rep. Niel C. Tupas Jr. are Arthur D. Lim and Jose Justiniano. They will handle the first articles under which Corona is charged with partiality and subservience to former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo from his time as associate justice to his midnight appointment as chief justice.

The team members of Ilocos Norte Rep. Rodolfo C. Fariñas are Augusto Panlilio, Justiniano, and Gregorio Batiller. The team will take care of the sixth article.

The lawyers assisting Akbayan Rep.  Arlene J. Bag-ao are  Marlon Manuel, Magis Mendoza, Joeven Dellosa, Reagan de Guzman, Levy Ang, Jan Perry Eugenio, Peter Leo Mendiola, Marl Chester Ti and  Jane Laarni Pichay.

The team of CIBAC Rep. Sherwin N. Tugna is composed of Esteban Y. Mendoza, Gilbert Viloria, Conrado R. Sarmiento and Michelle Ann G. Erum.

The team members of Cavite Rep. Elpidio F. Barzaga, Jr. are Pedro Aquino, Mario Valderrama, Jenny Vi Buslig and Henedino Brondial.

The team of Oriental Mindoro Rep. Reynaldo V. Umali includes Rex G. Rico, Renato C. Samonte Jr., Jose Luis Rey S. Munsayac, Manuel M. Manuel, Max Banares Jr., Michael P. Millares, Ariel Radovan and Arjay N. Peralta.

The members of Northern Samar Rep. Raul Daza’s team are Harry L. Roque Jr., Joel R. Butuyan, Roger R. Rayel, Romel R. Bagares, Dexter Donne B. Dizon, Allan Jones F. Lardizabal, Gilbert T. Andres, Federico C. Roxas II, Norma Singson-De Leon, Claro L. Mamaril and Vitaliano Aguirre II.

The team members of Pangasinan Rep. Marlyn L. Primicias-Agabas are Winston M. Ginez, Xerxes E. Cortel, Clarence B. Jandoc, John P. Roldan, Frederick F. Vallestero and Ernesto Viovicente.

The team members of Bayan Muna Rep. Neri J. Colmenares are Vanessa Maguigad, Jovenio Evangelista, Cristina Yambot, Al Parreno, Emil Capulong, Cheryl Daytec, Janne Baterna and Ramon Te.

The team members of Isabela Rep. Giorgidi B. Aggabao are Bodie Naval, Rosario Bautista, Daytec and Lauro Gacayan.

The 11-member prosecution team is managed by Cavite Rep. Joseph E.A. Abaya.

The lead private lawyer of the prosecution is Mario Bautista, managing partner of the Poblador Bautista and Reyes law office. Bautista was credited for harnessing bank executive Clarissa Ocampo as a surprise witness during the impeachment trial of then President Joseph Estrada in 2001. Prosecutors are hoping he can work the same magic and come up with another Ocampo—she testified she saw Estrada sign as  “Jose Velarde” in documents of a disputed bank account—to pin down Corona.

List of private prosecutors according to teams:

Rep. Arlene J. Bag-ao

1. Atty. Marlon Manuel

2. Atty. Magis Mendoza

3. Atty. Joeven Dellosa

4. Atty. Reagan De Guzman

5. Atty. Levy Ang

6. Atty. Jan Perry Eugenio

7. Atty. Peter Leo Mendiola

8. Atty. Marl Chester Ti

9. Atty. Jane Laarni Pichay

Rep. Sherwin N. Tugna

1. Atty. Esteban Y. Mendoza

2. Atty. Gilbert Viloria

3. Atty. Conrado R. Sarmiento

4. Atty. Michelle Ann G. Erum

Rep. Elpidio F. Barzaga, Jr.

1. Atty. Pedro Aquino

2. Atty. Mario Valderrama

3. Atty. Jenny Vi Buslig

4. Atty. Henedino Brondial

Rep. Reynaldo V. Umali

1. Atty. Rex G. Rico

2. Atty. Renato C. Samonte Jr.

3. Atty. Jose Luis Rey S. Munsayac

4. Atty. Manuel M. Manuel

5. Atty. Max Banares Jr.

6. Atty. Michael P. Millares

7. Atty. Ariel Radovan

8. Atty. Arjay N. Peralta

Rep. Raul A. Daza

1. Atty. Harry L. Roque Jr

2. Atty. Joel R. Butuyan

3. Atty. Roger R. Rayel

4. Atty. Romel R. Bagares

5. Atty. Dexter Donne B. Dizon

6. Atty. Allan Jones F. Lardizabal

7. Atty. Gilbert T. Andres

8. Atty. Federico C. Roxas II

9. Atty. Norma Singson-De Leon

10. Atty. Claro L. Mamaril

11. Atty. Vitaliano Aguirre II

Rep. Niel C. Tupas Jr.

1. Atty. Arthur D. Lim

2. Atty. Jose Justiniano

Rep. Rodolfo C. Fariñas

1. Atty. Augusto Panlilio

2. Atty. Jose Justiniano

3. Atty. Gregorio Batiller

Rep. Marlyn L. Primicias-Agabas

1. Atty. Winston M. Ginez

2. Atty. Xerxes E. Cortel

3. Atty. Clarence B. Jandoc

4. Atty. John P. Roldan

5. Atty. Frederick F. Vallestero

6. Atty. Ernesto Viovicente

Rep. Neri J. Colmenares

1. Atty. Vanessa Maguigad

2. Atty. Jovenio Evangelista

3. Atty. Cristina Yambot

4. Atty. Al Parreno

5. Atty. Emil Capulong

6. Atty. Cheryl Daytec

7. Atty. Janne Baterna

8. Atty. Ramon Te

Rep. Giorgidi B. Aggabao

1. Atty. Bodie Naval

2. Atty. Rosario Bautista

3. Atty. Cheryl Daytec

4. Atty. Lauro Gacayan


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  • http://twitter.com/mega_chat mega chat

    may God allow the truth to be told, whatever is the truth.

  • Mario_Garcia

    God have mercy on us…  Miserere…

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    Careful! Baka meron spy si Gloria at Corona sa mga volunteers nayan!

    • aristeosj

      alam mo kabayan tama ka.hindi ko naisip iyan.ang panalangin ko lang
      kahit na magkaroon ng spy dyan si corona,mananaig pa rin ang katoto
      hanan dahil matibay ang argumento ng bayan laban kay corona.ang mga
      taong-bayan ay nasa likod ng mga volunteers na ito na nagpakita ng tapang

      kahit na pwede silang maimbistigahan ng hudikatura.bravo!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PUN3JGU5JXTTWEUAVFDIQDJC3Q Nelson

        Ano ang malinaw sa mga akusasyon laban kay Corona?  Nabasa mo ba yung articles of impeachment?

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    BIR…..check on the ITRs of lawyers defending Corona! Baka hindi nagbabayan ng tamang taxes na meron resibo!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YAU43R25CAHGNYPHE6HLAM3V6Y Benjamin

    mga abogadong hinde natakot ,,,,mga abogadong naniniwalang dapat magkaroon ng reporma ang hudikadurang winasak ng buktot na rehimeng gloria-mike buwaya arroyo,,,ito ang mga abogadong hinde natakot bumangga sa mga nag aasal diyos sa korte suprema,,suportado kayo ng sambayang pilipino,,,,,

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VIDSUKV6OPQOULNVQINERND2EA mariah

      korek!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PUN3JGU5JXTTWEUAVFDIQDJC3Q Nelson

      It will be interesting to note that 5 lawyers of the prosecution team are connected with ABS-CBN like Atty. Mario Bautista.

  • INQ_reader

    Ayos! Handa na ang popcorn at Sarsi ko para masaya ang panonood ng Impeachment Trial.

  • Tony De Los Santos

    President Aquino announced late last month that he was considering to
    appoint an “outsider” as the next chief justice should Corona be removed
    from office.

    Who cares that the Constitution mandates the JBC as the sole authority in selecting a new CJ?
    Not the Palace.
    Seems Mr. Aquino couldn’t care less about what the law requires.
    Just another convenient excuse for him to put the KKK in a position of authority and influence.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CKBW2BZX34JXQUSVAMZVKCLNAU TagaDumantay

      You are dead wrong, JBC provide the list of candidates for CJ and the President pick from the list.

    • luwii

      JBC serves as a screening committee to put up a list of qualified nominees for the position of CJ and not SELECTING a CJ. There’s nothing wrong in seeing who could replace CJ Corona in case of a vacancy but the Palace should have been discreet about this. It leaves them on a bad taste.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LLPTRPFUTYJXKI3KJS4B2UO4LI Jim De Garman

    57 brave lawyers.. who signed up to provide support and research for the 10 prosecution team..let’s welcome them with a big applause and 21 gun salute for their dedication and untirable service to the Filipino nation.. they are the men and women with distinct honor to convict and remove the corrupt and untouchables corona at the SC

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GVANQHP6VJ2MSGAJB46GUUNISE Jozz

    Wow these are exemplary private lawyers whose bravery and service to the cause of truth and justice will long be remembered in the annals of our nation!

  • gisingpinas

    Lawyers for the national thieves

  • Darren Stone

    gusto lang ng mga to na magpa pogi points baka sakaling umangat ang status ng career nila.Balak pa daw sumama ng 10 na MitsuBishop ni GMA para sa Imoral support.

  • pepengkabayo

    59 private lawyers volunteer for prosecution in Corona impeachment’

    No Big Names. Very weak Prosecution. Quantity without Quality.
    Most 59 lawyers are Notario Publico whose office is in the corner of City Hall where peanut vendors, cigarette and candy vendors also sell their retail mani.

    Of course, it is a magnet for starve hungry lawyers to be appointed as Chief Justice whose only income is Notario.

  • RomyLitz

    For volunteering to oust Corona, these lawyers need to be given the ‘ parangal’in Malacanang.

  • http://twitter.com/MarLouWang Marlou Wang

    Aside from the volunteers, tig-isang malakas na batok sa bumbunan ni Cheap Justice Midnight from 90 million pinoys!!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7IGQYIPU6AFTVRJ742XT2X44M4 Jef

    good development prosecution team….mabuhay kayo

  • Fulpol

    pinagsama sama ang pare parehong mahihina ang utak… ang katapat lang ng mga yan ay si Estelito Mendoza o si Atty. Esguerra…

    Atty Harry Roque, ayusin mo muna ang Maguindanao Massacre.. tanungin mo sarili mo kung bakit si Unas ay malaya..

    hahaha
    hahahaha
    hahahahah

    • Jon70

      Fulpol wrote: pinagsama sama ang pare parehong mahihina ang utak… ang katapat lang ng mga yan ay si Estelito Mendoza o si Atty. Esguerra…

      Do not forget that Estelito Mendoza is a recycled lawyer. His prime has passed him already. His only magic is his connection with the SC and the SC cannot say no to his demands. But this impeachment is not done in the SC floor. He was not able to do it during Erap’s time and I don’t think he can do it this time.

  • bogart73

    Ang kilala ko lang sa volunteer ay si harry roque, yong iba parang sa harap ng prc, recto, at sa harap ng mga city hall ang kanilang mga opisina, mga nagnonotaryo. Palagay ko ilang beses din ang mga abogagong ito kumuha ng bar exam bago kinaawaan na pumasa na lang, kagaya ng ngising asong si tupas.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/XY4AW6ZJBAPIJ33L7KX6M3IOQI c

    o yon mga nagkokoment dyan against these volunteer lawyers, basahin nyo ung latest news re WB’s funds given to the supreme court. supalpal kayo hahahah

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PUN3JGU5JXTTWEUAVFDIQDJC3Q Nelson

      Bakit ano ba pagkakaintindi mo sa WB report?  

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_32DTDWUHSCHFB3RVYGUN2262NM Igorotak

      WB funds ay noong pa 2003…basahin mo iyong last paragraph. Talisod ka ano..!!!

      • http://www.lifeinsuranceph.com/ Life Insurance Philippines

        Let me quote the article:
        ———- quote ———-
        The World Bank initiated the fiduciary review when Corona was already appointed Chief Justice by then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo despite an election ban.
        It said the review was “triggered by several withdrawal applications” presented to the World Bank by the tribunal’s Program Management Office (PMO), “which seemed to signal a sudden and significant increase in the disbursement in the latter half of 2011.”
        ———- end quote ———- 
        2003 nga yung loan, 2011 naman yung significant disbursement.

      • pelang

        which means?

      • http://www.lifeinsuranceph.com/ Life Insurance Philippines

        @pelang, I was replying to @Igorotak:twitter  who said “WB funds ay noong pa 2003…basahin mo iyong last paragraph. Talisod ka ano..!!!” 

        He was implying that the issue on WB loans was way back in 2003 when it clearly was just last year that the funds were misused.

      • amoringis

        Sigurado ka, Life Insurance? Ano ba yang pangalan mo? Huwag mong kalagkaran ang Insurance industry dito. Baka kuryente na naman yan parang yung LRA listing ng 45 houses kuno ni Corona? Hintay na lang kaya tayo, Insurance dude. LOL!

  • yesyesyo

    God speed to all the prosecutors.

    We have to get rid of a thief justice.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_32DTDWUHSCHFB3RVYGUN2262NM Igorotak

    LOLS…these alleged lawyers are members of these Tongressmen’s staff. What a shame…hey INQ can you do more due diligence in your news reports. Puro kayo pulot basura.

  • pepengkabayo

    Most volunteer prosecution private lawyers are what we call Attorney Agaton.
    Nawakan kaso ay mostly Jay walking, talo pa.
    In short, mga Abogado de Kampanelya de Sorbetes.

    The logic is  “if Pnoy without much qualification can be President, then an Atty.Agaton can be Chief Justice” at least nakapasa sa Bar kahit palakol at pasang awa.

  • Eddieaaa

    We hope that we the interest for getting the Chief Justice Corona’s case, the decision would come sooner to give credence to the adage “justice delayed is justice denied.”

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_67IDZYYXOZTLLHIQ5Z7J3MLEBM Palmacio

    Mga kabayan, mga congressman na yan, di na kayo masanay, isipin at tingnan ninyo ang bayan na kanilang nasasakupan kung may mga pagbabago ba mula sa kanila mula ng bata pa kayo hanggang ngayon. Lahat ng budget nila na mula sa presidente na mula naman sa kaban ng bayan, ay sila lang ang nag lustay nito sa kahit ano mang paraan, buti nga may impeachment para mabawasan pera nila.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_67IDZYYXOZTLLHIQ5Z7J3MLEBM Palmacio

    Sa 59 Lawyers na yan, alam na natin ano ang laro ng mga lawyer, tatanggap kaya ng tag isang libo mga yan bawat araw ang bawat isa, ito ang pinaka malaking chance ng mga congressman natin na makapag justify sila kung saan napunta pera nila, sino naman mag reklamo.

    Ang bago nating gobyerno wala ng ibang magawa kung di iligaw ang taong bayan, malapit na matapos term nila wala pa ring pagbabago at magandang nagawa, puro lang kunwari.

    • vestrevistal

      bulag ka lang

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WLLMQWVSD2CVLJF3SUQZIWM5EY mikey

    sige lang. volunteer lang. uto-uto naman talaga karamihan ng pinoy. walang alam sa totoong nangyayari. feeling lahat telenovela. anong nangyari kay cory? anong nangyari nung pinatalksik si  erap? sinong pumalit? mas grabe di ba. puro pera pera tsaka gimik lang. we Filipinos never learn…

  • Malik62

    A doctor, a lawyer, and an engineer are going out golfing. They are trying to decide whose profession came first.

    The doctor says, “My profession came first because when God removed Adam’s rib he performed surgery.”

    The engineer then says, “No, no, no. When the earth was dark and void God created light. That was engineering.”

    The lawyer says, “You’re both wrong.”

    The doctor and engineer reply, “Oh yeah? What makes you think yours came first?”

    The lawyer replies, “Where do you think the darkness came from?”

  • Malik62

    The National Institute of Health
    (NIH) announced last week that they were going to start using lawyers
    instead of rats in their experiments. Naturally, the American Bar
    Association was outraged and filed suit. Yet, the NIH presented some
    very good reasons for the switch.

    1. The lab assistants were becoming very attached to their little rats.
    This emotional involvement was interfering with the research being
    conducted. No such attachment could form for a lawyer.

    2. Lawyers breed faster and are in much greater supply.

    3. Lawyers are much cheaper to care for and the humanitarian societies won’t jump all over you no matter what you’re studying.

    4. There are some things even a rat won’t do.

    • mad_as_Hamlet

      That must probably explain why Mr. Corona has behaved the way he has.

  • Francis81

    Ang saya saya talaga dito sa Pinas! Lahat gustong umeksena!

  • raflaydo

    I know two of the private lawyers here–Aguirre and Ginez.  Salamat sa inyo, mga kapwa Bedista! 

  • mad_as_Hamlet

    I think a good guide for our Senators in figuring out for themselves whether Mr. Corona betrayed the public trust as set forth in the articles of impeachment is Article 19 of the Civil Code which gives us a  rule of conduct comparable to the golden rule:

    ““Every person must, in the exercise of his rights and performance of his duties, act with justice, give everyone his due and observe honesty and good faith.”

    It is actually a restatement of the maxim in Roman Law, ““Honeste vivere, neminem laedere et suum cuique tribuere.”  (“Live honestly, injure no one and give everyone his due.”)

    There are at least two good reasons why it can be a good guide for the Senators:

    1.    The average citizen can understand it in more or less the same way that the average Senator does.
    2.    Mr. Corona, whether average , below average or above average, absolutely understands it, too. 
     
    As a matter of fact, both Article 19 and that Roman Law maxim are what you will read in the very opening paragraph of Mr. Corona’s Paper which the UST deemed as equivalent to a Dissertation.  I was lucky enough to read it as posted at Scribd before it’s setting in that website was changed to “private” and became inaccessible. 
     
    Disregarding what could be a mere typo (Mr. Corona in his Paper’s opening paragraph incorrrectly referred to Article 19 as Article 18 of the Civil Code),  Mr. Corona expressly declared that said article “enshrined” in our laws “this classic formula in Roman law by Ulpian and Justinian” as “the basic principle of justice.”  There can be thus no doubt about Mr. Corona’s own personal attitude to these precepts found in the Institutes of Justinian, “to live honestly, to harm no one, to give to each his own.”  He too considers them as fundamental as well as sacred and beyond dispute.
     
    Thus, with respect to an act done by Mr. Corona and subsumable under any of the articles of impeachment and alleged as the factual basis for his having “betrayed the public trust,” the Senators can, in relation to a specific act of Mr. Corona, ask the following:
     
    1.  Did Mr. Corona act honestly and in good faith?
     
    2.  Did Mr. Corona’s act cause injury to another?
     
    3.  Did Mr. Corona’s act give to everyone affected what was due them?

    • tarikan

      Why, you are an erudite man, Mr. mad_as_Hamlet! With your three questions posed, I know where I stand. No reason for them senator-judges to do otherwise.

      • mad_as_Hamlet

        tarikan, Thanks for appreciating. Actually, I posted it before and, as I told Thadeo Thadeo who remarked that I was beginning to sound lawyerly, I said I was just trying hard!  But really “lawyer writing’ is I think so easy to imitate! “Sometimes it’s so dry and stilted.  Give me Shakespeare anytime.   Just kidding,   he he. . .no offense to the lawyers here.  I’m planning to post another one as stilted as this one you read!

      • tarikan

        Why mad_as_Hamlet, I commented once on your post and I called you there Mr. Shakes, remember? Just now, Thadeo Thadeo put me to task re: the Articles of Impeachment being not read by each and every 188 congressmen who affixed their signatures thereon (the additional 12 must have read it). If CJ Corona would be acquitted through a technicality, this it. He said the constitution does not allow PowerPoint presentation. How about group reading, I asked? Surely the goal is to read & understand. No specific methodoly required by the constitution. Well anyways, the moment of truth is at hand. Good luck to everyone of us, pros & cons.

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        mad_as_Hamlet wrote, in response to tarikan:
        tarikan, Thanks for appreciating. Actually, I posted it before and, as I told Thadeo Thadeo who remarked that I was beginning to sound lawyerly, I said I was just trying hard!  But really “lawyer writing’ is I think so easy to imitate! “Sometimes it’s so dry and stilted.  Give me Shakespeare anytime.   Just kidding,   he he. . .no offense to the lawyers here.  I’m planning to post another one as stilted as this one you read! Link to comment

  • marigoldkim

    The fate of our nation will now depend in the hands of the Senators acting as impeachment judges.The people will be watching.

    • ThirdOpinion

      The fate of the nation lies in the hands and hearts of the its People. If the Senate makes the wrong decision People Power can change it thru Pnoy.

      • amoringis

        Third Opinion, That’s extra-constitutional. Baka military ang kalaban mo niyan. Sila ang protector of the people. 

      • bogart73

        Maganda ang sinasabi mo Thirdopinion, me sense, siguro pag naimpeach si corona, makakabuti na magbolontaryo ka na ikaw ang gawing chief justice, isa kang huwaran na sipsip to the max kay abnoynoy.

  • pepengkabayo

    Most volunteer prosecution private lawyers are what we call Attorney Agaton.
    Nawakan kaso ay mostly Jay walking, talo pa.
    In short, mga Abogado de Kampanelya de Sorbetes.

    The logic is  “if Pnoy without much qualification can be President, then an Atty.Agaton can be Chief Justice” at least nakapasa sa Bar kahit palakol at pasang awa.

    • tarikan

      At least si PNoy degree holder (B.S. Economics yata from Ateneo, nd naman basta-basta yang course na yan). Si Erap ba, anong natapos? Natapos ng pagsusugal, pangbababae, pagbababarik, pangbababarkada, etc. Teka nga pala hindi pa tapos si Erap sa maga ganun, tuloy pa ang ligaya. Si FPJ ba anong tinapos? First year H.S., kasi nag-dropout nung second year. Ang natapos ni FPJ alam ko ay maraming pelikula.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_46H3IYYJB73LCABPKWOE4TMBWM daniel

        ikaw ano natapos mo…

      • tarikan

        I went to AIM (Asian Inst. of Management) in Makati after my BSCE. I also passed the C.E. licensure board exam. Just answering you query. Actually, any Filipino citizen who is a registered voter regardless of educational attainment is qualified to be president. You can have Sen. Lito Lapid for PH next president but my point is the quality of leadership, should be a visionary not puro tapang lang ng kursunada (or apog).

        ________________________________
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        daniel wrote, in response to tarikan:
        ikaw ano natapos mo…
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      • Guest

        tarikan-tapos nga ng economics ang amo mo pero pasang awa at row 4 naman yata.tingnan mo ang economic situation ng bansa,gapang dahil sa katangahan ni pnoy.

      • tarikan

        Oo nga b-kutsero, alam ko mahina din ang kukuti niyang si PNoy (nd ko amo sya, amo ko kayo mga Filipino haha). Balita ko nga sa likuran nauupo nuon para nd matawag ni Gloria sa assignment haha. Pero kahit pasang-awa natapos din naman, nd tulad ng 2 kong pare alam mo na yun. Mana rin kay Mama nya walang alam, kahit magluto. Si Kris lang yata ang medyo matalino pero……alam mo na yun.

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        balitangkutseroo wrote, in response to tarikan:
        tarikan-tapos nga ng economics ang amo mo pero pasang awa at row 4 naman yata.tingnan mo ang economic situation ng bansa,gapang dahil sa katangahan ni pnoy. Link to comment

      • bogart73

        Ang problema tarikan mas matalino si erap kaysa kay penoy. me natapos nga si penoy pero pasang awa lang yata, sabi pa nga ng titser nyang si arroyo, its economics student..

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WIWYLFLU4LPKS7B2ZLLRVFKS3Y vir_a

    None of these lawyers look like high caliber as the lawyers defending Corona. Effective prosecution is not about the number of lawyers but the quality of the lawyers

  • Jhhayme

    Sana sinama si Atty Lozano at Atty Homobono Adaza…at iba pang Atty Polpol..para ma completo the un comedy hour sa Impeachment

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H225J62UZJRMG2PMZ6BB6UOYCI tipay

    isama na rin si atty. nikiz

  • basyong

    daming gustong mag volunteer? wow? ilan kaya dito ang gusto talagang mag voluntong? paano naman magvovoluntong ang mga yan e sa laki ng nakupit ninyo sa PORK BARREL ni wala mang lang lagay? aba nananaginip yata kayo ng gising baka wala kayo sa bayan na ang tawag ay tongpilipinas.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RCRALOOBIXDTB3A2YZCMXUTP5Y benny

      Ginoong Basyong mukhang nabubuhay po kayo sa lagay…wala kasi kayong bukang bibig kungdi yan… nuon ho bang nakaraang administrasyon sagana po ba kayo sa lagay…

  • wawa2172

    It seems funny to read an article of 59 private lawyers volunteering to help the prosecution with legal pointers. Is this for the sake of free advertisement that this lawyers have to be listed on the broad sheets? We all know for the fact that almost all of the congressmen are members of the millionaires club except for some party-list representative still aspiring to be member of the exclusive club. With their wealth mostly from questionable sources like pork barrel they can easily afford the said lawyers disguising as volunteers to aide the congressman practicing as politician than as lawyers. I just thought that Noy hates epal’s and that’s how the prosecutor does in showing their strength, masyadong nag mayayabang. Let the war begin at the senate court with the focus on issues embodied on the case submitted by the congressmen to the senate  court. A lone millionaire CJ against the hundreds of mulch-millionaires executives and congressmen, LP senators, over friendly media like ABS-CBN and private sponsors. I cannot blame PDI on this regard, the broad sheet has to make a living and were no longer under Marcos rule when the paper is just starting to make a name. Of course just like any newsprint in the country the highest bidder on certain article no matter how bias it is could land on the headline banner. Again let the war begin with a lone warriors against hundred of titans in their well publicized battle for truth. With the number we already know who have the upper hand somehow I admire the lone accused for not resigning and presenting and defending himself giving us the true essence of democracy.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RMVYU5MJCDNWNVDPREWQIXDGEU langso

    paid article, ay, advertisement pala.

  • ThirdOpinion

    Just be careful. Some of the volunteer lawyers could be moles of Gloria and Corona.

    • amoringis

      ThirdOpinion, malamang moles ang mga yan. LOL! Paranoid ka ano? LOL! 

  • AntiAko

    THIS IS NOT NEWS WORTHY! Ang news ay kung ang mga kagaya kong NON-LAWYER ang mag-volunteer na MAG-PROSECUTE…

    Whahahahahahaha…wala lang….happy sunday everyone…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PQW423P3XHY7EAHVTUHEH7U5AI Juan

    Reading all the comments here, its like civil war, except its not bloody…maybe that is the reason why it doesn’t stick..may be that is why we tend to forget the wrongs of the past easily…maybe we do need to have a bloody one..so it will stick, so will not forget, so we will be united…perhaps only bloddy civil war can eradicate crab mentality….

  • AntiAko

    “interest among private lawyers shot up immediately after President Aquino announced late last month that he was considering to appoint an “outsider” as the next chief justice should Corona be removed from office”

    ITO NA YUNG LIST NG MGA “OUTSIDER” NA UMAASAM-ASAM NA MAPASAMA SA SHORT LIST NG JBC PARA MA APPOINT NA NEXT CHIEF JUSTICE.

    WAHAHAHAHA. PNOY: take your pick!!!

    • amoringis

      Qualified sigurado yung notary public sa ilalim ng puno na maging Chief Justice ni PNoy. Hindi ba alam ni PNoy na ang JBC ang magrerecommend ng candidate for the Chief Justice position. Pero malabo pa yan, siguradong acquitted si Corona. LOL! 

      • white scorpion

        hindi mo rin ba alam na pweden impluensiyahan ng president ang JBC sa panahon ni glo….

  • orly8000dizo

    Aha, kung intindihin ito, may maliwanag sa akin. Kaya pala, ayaw umalis si Corona diyan dahil maraming kaso na dapat asikasuhin pero inuupuan niya. Kaya pala marami siyang Condo.

  • orly8000dizo

    Cheers to all the lawyers who volunteered behind the prosecution team.Mabuhay ang ‘Pinas kong mahal

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SS36UV5JGDGV2KAKNQKZJSASCA Hernando

    We salute all the private lawyers … Mabuhay kayo   … But where is atty . aries batuhan who is a harvard boy from cebu .. or is he working with atty. justiciano . i know for a fact that they once work together at SYcip salazar law office …

  • Hey_Dudes

    Congratulations.  Let’s all do a good job and kick this illegal appointed garbage out of the court.

  • amoringis

    Ang daming volunteers… kahit na sino na lang. Puro di kilala. Hahahaha Too many cooks spoil the broth, ika nga. It’s not the quantity, it’s the quality. Ni isa wala akong kilala. LOL!

    • white scorpion

      sino ka ba para magpakilala sila sa iyo…

    • Guest

      amoringis–nagpapansin lang ang mga abugadong pulpol na iyan.baka nga naman mabigyan ng reward ni pnoy dahil ang balita ay sobrang galante raw si benigno the turd ngayong ang numero unong kalaban niya ay under impeachment trial.

  • amoringis

    Siguradong mga 59 jobseekers in government ang mga yan. Pati mga nagnonotaryo lang sa kanto, nagvolunteer. LOL! 

    • white scorpion

      what about the volunteer lawyers of corona. don’t speculate, huwag manglait!!

  • white scorpion

    i would cheers for the volunteerism of these lawyers. this is SUPREME COURT, i’ve known one incident that a lawyer wouldn’t dare confront just a RTC judge for being continuesly ABSENT. and when this judge is present, ….only to reschedule the hearing. WHAT A NUTS!!!!!

  • nikkomahor

    If the case against Corona is rock solid, the prosecution doesn’t need that many private lawyers to back them up. Numbers doesn’t necessarily mean strength or a sure win. It could mean, panic and doubt disguised as confidence. 

    • Guest

      from the very beginning ang kaso at ebidensya laban kay corona ay ampaw lang.that’s why they resorted to dirty tactics of demonizing and trial by publicity.

  • murtson

    Corona impeachment is becoming a good cover-up for the Arroyo cases. Corona’s fate will spell the strength of Nhoynhoy vis-a-vis GMA (original CCT sponsor). What about the economy and peace and order? Is there any strong actions from our leader?

    Philippines is a third world country and its leader seems to want it to remain a third world country. It is easy to buy votes in this poor country.  

    • Guest

      the thing is pnoy from the very beginning has no intention of uplifting the sad condition of the economy.what he is after is to protect the oligarchs and his kkk buddies in the country.kesehoda sa kanya kahit na mamamatay sa gutom ang mga pilipino.

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    Success in the judiciary doesn’t just happen. It is nurtured every single day with display of honesty, integrity, creative writing and wisdom. Success in the judiciary is further made more rewarding by earning a good reputation over years of practice that is acknowledged by people in and out of the court premises.
     
    But once tainted by perceptions of dishonesty, flip-flopping decisions and corruption, the days of a compromised magistrate is over.
     
    A magistrate’s time is finally up when he is indicted in the public’s eyes.
     
    That is what is happening to CJ Renato Corona…a sad ending to a rich kid’s saga. A man from a good pedigree… good lineage ….who played the cards right at the start … but ended up in the floors of public condemnation and humiliation for failing to ward off material temptations that came his way. He should have realized when enough was enough of material riches.
     
    This was Corona’s pitfull. This was CGMA’s pitfull as well.
     
    Corona’s only recourse….resign…. get out of public view…. lick his wounds (both physical and spiritual) and move on from there.
     
    Sayang. Sayang talaga!

    • raflaydo

      Well said, manong ernie. Well said.  Nice to recall the rhyme:  Humpty Dumpty had a great big fall…

    • Guest

      the trial haven’t started yet and you are already jumping into conclusion.hehehe….let us see how all these volunteers and novice liars este lawyers of the prosecution fared against the veteran and experienced lawyers of corona.this i can’t wait to see how lawyers of  corona will eat them alive.

    • bogart73

      Dishonesty, saan ang ebidensya natin manong ernie? Flip flopping decision, bakit si corona lang, di ba counted as one lang naman ang boto nya kahit CJ siya? Dapat pala manong ernie nag isip isip ka ng 3 moves ahead dahil ang mga moves mo ngayon kung baga sa chess papuntang stalemate. Kailan kaya maliwanagan ang ating mga isip na hindi tama ang manghusga ng kapwa tao lalo na kung wala naman tayong matibay na ebidensyang pinagbabasehan..

      • bogs1225

        hindi lang naman ang solong boto nya ang pinag uusapan dyan eh … kundi mismo ang IMPLUWENSYA NYA SA KAPWA NYA MGA HURADO … pwede nilang bagohin kahit ano ang gusto nila THRU HIS CONVENCING POWER DAHIL SYA ANG CJ … KAYA NGA MAY IPRE RESINTANG MGA WINTNESSES ang mga procecution team … kung papaano minamanipulate ang mga desisyon sa loob ng SC … kaya abangan na lang natin at saka na lang tayo mag husga … oks …

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    An apt message for both sides….Corona and congress….
     
    “We cannot please everyone. In fact, we should not. Otherwise, we will end up pleasing no one. As soon as we take a position, right away there is opposition. So the best thing to do is to take a stand and face the consequences of our decision. In the end, may we not have regrets that in our efforts to please man and ourselves, we did not do what is pleasing to God.”
     
     
    Fr. Jerry Orbos
     

  • kapatad

    Our congratulations to all volunteer lawyers for the prosecution.. You believed for the cause in giving back the dignity of the SC. May the good Lord will give all the wisdom you need in your prosecution. Mabuhay kayong lahat. By the way I am not a P’Noy supporter. I am for the dignity of the SC.

    • Guest

      condolence to those lawyers who volunteered for the prosecution.that will surely be the end of your career.ang kalalabasan ninyo oras na matalo ang kaso  ay siguradong notario publiko na lang kayo.

  • https://me.yahoo.com/a/Qf_RuO8IqMyD3vYW5YoHalIFMYrN5C5l#0dbd9 Larry

    Puro bagito ang mga abugado na itatapat laban sa mga beteranong mga abogado ni Justice Corona mga gagawin nila sa senate impeachment mag grandstanding lang di mga kilala puro abugadong pang opisina lang na gumagawa ng papeles para kumita gaya ni SC Justice Sereno biglang inappoint si Pnoy sa SC wala namang alam kundi maging tuta lang ni Pnoy.Dapat imbestigahan din ang SALN nito.Ang impeachment ng Kongreso laban kay Corona ay maraming abugado ang nagsasabi na null and void daw sa umpisa palang kasi wala naman daw naging impeachment dun sa Kongreso kundi yes or no lang pinirmahan nila dahil sa pork barrel lang kakahiya kayo mga buwaya! Sa darating na election kayong nag impeached kay Corona ay iimpeach din kayo ng bayan para siguradong talo kayo puro miembro ng  Liberal Party yan yung iba dating taga Lakas-CMD nag ober the bakod dahil sa perang pork barrel na ibubulsa nila at dahil din marami sa kanila may mga kasong pandarambong sa SC at Ombudsman kaya inimpeached si Corona wag silang iboto sa darating na election.

  • https://me.yahoo.com/a/Qf_RuO8IqMyD3vYW5YoHalIFMYrN5C5l#0dbd9 Larry

    mga volunteers na yan magaling lang  sa demolition job sa media yan ang mga abugadong pulpol! buti na lang ang IBP(integrated Bar of the Philippines) at ibat ibang lawyers group suportado si Corona, Viva ! Corona! ang susunod na Presidente ng Pilipinas!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_46H3IYYJB73LCABPKWOE4TMBWM daniel

      yha arturo…corona viva..presindente ng muntinlupa bilibib prison..hep hep hurray..hep hep hurry

  • Patas

    May of these lawyers are there for the 15-minute stardom’ only.
    May I suggest at least a quarter of you guys to represent those inmates in city/provincial jails to speed-up their cases in trial courst so we could lessen our jails and court-case backlogs. Same with those convicts who have appeals thawing becuase of lack of funds to hire a very good lawyer. Sadly, not many PAO-lawyers are that good, and not many of them are faithful tot heir profession. 

  • kruger

    Darn!  Only 57 private lawyers?  Better make it 300 ala 300 Spartans for effect ☺

    Seriously, I hope you’re up to it ladies and gentlemen.  This trial can either make or break your careers.  Your triumph will bring you fame and fortune, but your failure will surely relegate you to a life of mediocrity.

    But you really don’t need to worry about the defense.  What they’re trying to defend is indefensible anyway, so it’s really a no-brainer.

    What you should look out for are the Senators, particularly The Joker and Miriam.  One slipup is enough for these creatures to exploit and drown your arguments in a chasm of tirades and rebukes you can never recover from.

    The country’s road to redemption is what’s at stake, so  you better stay sharp and focused.

    And please, turn off those darn phones!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_67IDZYYXOZTLLHIQ5Z7J3MLEBM Palmacio

    Nasaan na ang kaso na pinagmulan ng lahat ng galit ni PINOY ba’t di mo isinali, to be unfair dapat isinali mo sa list, at ang mga kasong iyan di lang si Corona ang nag desisyon marami sila.

    Meron bang pagbabago sa gobyerno natin…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PJW3LXJGTGMGFSLHSU2W5BZGBM Benjamin Brillantes

    kawawa na naman si juan de la cruz, laking sa huli siya ang talo… sigurado na gagamitin ang pera galing sa tax ko kahit mga sinabing buluntaryo, kahit papaano bibigyan yan ng pang gasulina at pang kain, di ba? tongresmen at private lawyers!!!! papayag na lugi ?  oh…no .. wala yan sa bukabularyo ng mga lawyers.. guto… di sana ng PAO sila kung ang hanap ay maglinkod sa bayan…TITI NYO BULOK

  • TimeTraveller123

    59 then 57? I think the writer failed to count correctly. Sana lang kung napatunayan si Coronang guilty ay tumigil na tayo, palitan siya and move on! The economy is sinking and like a sinking ship in the middle of the Ocean lahat tayo damay! Also, if Corona is found not guilty, then we should all respect it! Sabi nga ni Lacierda, rerespetuhin daw nila kasi co-equal body ng executive, I’m wondering if he realized that he is only proving that selective justice is the motto of their administration. Anyway, 59, 57 or even 1000 lawyers, at the end of the day the Senators will be asking questions and mind you, some of them will even argue with these lawyers, debate with them and will elicit the real version of the truth. Hopefully, when that happens everyone will shut up and accept it!

  • MonMayuga

    Good luck, Counselors.

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    ….They complain that the PDI and Philippine Star are bias….but they wish that these respectable newspaper were on their side! “Sana sa atin sumoport and PDI and Philippine Star. Malas! Kalaban tayo. Ang pabor sa atin and Tribune lang…walang kwentang newspaper pa. Alat talaga tayo. Matatalo talaga tayo sa takbo ng mga pangyayari. Malas!”!

  • MANONG_ERNIE

    It is like listening to a radio program that you don’t want.  Your option…patayin ang radio….or shift to another radio station/program that suits your taste or like what you are hearing.
     
    It is as simple as that!
     
    Parang sa Tribune, ayaw ko yong editorials and open bias against PNoy or any administration for that matter.
     
    Kaya ako, I don’t read the Tribune anymore. Sana ganoon din ang ayaw kay PNoy or sa PDI and Philippine Star. Wag nalang basahin PDI and Philippine kung ayaw nyo ang inyong nababasa.
     
    Kaya nga maliit ang circulation ng Tribune…reflective of the 17 percent who find nothing good with PNoy.
     
    I rest my case.

  • Justice_Justice

    It is obvious that all these lawyers will get their “goodies” later on… or parallel business.

    I don’t know many lawyers that work for free, without other promised contracts coming up.  Do you know some?

    • bogs1225

      oo tama ka at mga pipitsugin ang mga volunter lawyers na yan … ang dahilan ng paG volunter nila ay …. CREDENTIALS …. MAGKAKAROON SILA NG MALAKING PANGALAN AT PUBLICITIES NA ISA SILA SA MGA … PROCECUTION TEAM … NG ISANG MALAKING KASO …. KAYA PAYAG SILA NG LIBRE …. ang iba nga dyan eh … personal ko mismong kakilala … mga baguhan at wala pang gaanong karanasan … kayang kayang LAPAIN NG MGA BWETRENG ABOGADO NI CORONA.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WLVI52HAB2YYTIPEXQFLRHYUGA Richard

    Hindi poweding matanggal si CJ corona dahil matuloy na ang hiling ng mga cojuangco na mabayaran sila ng 5 Billion na sa lupain ng Hacienda Luisita.. Paano yan sayang ang pera ng taong bayan magamit sana sa rehabilitasyon ng CDO at Iligan na nasalanta ng baha at ipagawa ng maraming classroom 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MZKGOTWL3ZISAMNCLZ53UUGNMY NORBERT

    kaunti naman ang nag volunter sa c abnoy na laang mag punas ng mga puwet ninyo type nya yun….

    ITO ANG KATOTOHANAN NA DAPAT
    MALAMAN NG LAHAT:

    1.  Ang Gusto ni Noynoy at mga Cojuangco:
     5000 hectares x 1 million = P 5 billion
    2.  Price of HLI lands asserted by SC:
               5000 hectares x 80,000   =  
    400 million
    3.  Samakatuwid ang addtional na
    mababayaran ng gobyerno ay    P  4.60 Billion4.  Ang
    iginiit ng SC ay dapat  400 Million lang ang dapat bayaran ng gobyerno
         based on 1989 Land valuation
    to HLI based on agrarian reform law
    5.  Kung matuloy na matanggal si CJ,
    matakot ang naterang justices,  at matuloy ang hiling
         ng mga cojuangco na mabayan
    sila ng 5 Billion.
    6.  Lugi ang taongbayan ng   4.6
    Billion
    7.  Bukod pa dito gastos sa impeachment na
    almost 50 Million dahil ginamit ni Noynoy ang government resources para sa
    impeachment at hindi pa kasama ang  million milliong  pork barrel na
    kayang pangako sa mga senador  

    HINDI TAYO PAPAYAG NYAN !!!

    Pinalalabas kasi ni Noynoy
    na hindi sya makapagtrabaho ng maayos hanggang hindi sya napapaligiran ng mga
    Cronies nya. Ayaw nya kasi ng mga taong kokontra sa mga kaga go han nya,,
    hehe..

    Natatakot kasi si Noynoy na pag bumaba na sya sa
    pwesto ng 2016 eh ung mga kaso ng Corruption at Murder ng Pamilya nya eh
    Pababagsakin sila sa harap ng Hustisya, dahil sa 2018 pa ang retirement date ni
    Corona, kaya atat na atat si Aquino na maglagay ng sarili nyang Cronie kapalit
    ni Corona..

    Daang Matuwid? Hahaha.. reference ba yan sa
    highway na SCTEX-Tarlac na pinagkakakitaan nyo ng malaki sa Hacienda Luisita?
    ;)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MZKGOTWL3ZISAMNCLZ53UUGNMY NORBERT

    kaunti naman ang nag volunter sa c abnoy na laang mag punas ng mga puwet ninyo type nya yun….

    ITO ANG KATOTOHANAN NA DAPAT
    MALAMAN NG LAHAT:

    1.  Ang Gusto ni Noynoy at mga Cojuangco:
     5000 hectares x 1 million = P 5 billion
    2.  Price of HLI lands asserted by SC:
               5000 hectares x 80,000   =  
    400 million
    3.  Samakatuwid ang addtional na
    mababayaran ng gobyerno ay    P  4.60 Billion4.  Ang
    iginiit ng SC ay dapat  400 Million lang ang dapat bayaran ng gobyerno
         based on 1989 Land valuation
    to HLI based on agrarian reform law
    5.  Kung matuloy na matanggal si CJ,
    matakot ang naterang justices,  at matuloy ang hiling
         ng mga cojuangco na mabayan
    sila ng 5 Billion.
    6.  Lugi ang taongbayan ng   4.6
    Billion
    7.  Bukod pa dito gastos sa impeachment na
    almost 50 Million dahil ginamit ni Noynoy ang government resources para sa
    impeachment at hindi pa kasama ang  million milliong  pork barrel na
    kayang pangako sa mga senador  

    HINDI TAYO PAPAYAG NYAN !!!

    Pinalalabas kasi ni Noynoy
    na hindi sya makapagtrabaho ng maayos hanggang hindi sya napapaligiran ng mga
    Cronies nya. Ayaw nya kasi ng mga taong kokontra sa mga kaga go han nya,,
    hehe..

    Natatakot kasi si Noynoy na pag bumaba na sya sa
    pwesto ng 2016 eh ung mga kaso ng Corruption at Murder ng Pamilya nya eh
    Pababagsakin sila sa harap ng Hustisya, dahil sa 2018 pa ang retirement date ni
    Corona, kaya atat na atat si Aquino na maglagay ng sarili nyang Cronie kapalit
    ni Corona..

    Daang Matuwid? Hahaha.. reference ba yan sa
    highway na SCTEX-Tarlac na pinagkakakitaan nyo ng malaki sa Hacienda Luisita?
    ;)

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RCRALOOBIXDTB3A2YZCMXUTP5Y benny

      Norbert … hindi yan ang kasong gusto namin patulan dahil di naman kasali ang nakakarami dyan… Ang tinututulan namin ay ang pagiging Midnight CJ ni RC (kailangan ituro natin sa kabataan ang delikadesa), yong wag baluktutin ang batas para sa pansariling kapakanan at wag silang parang kara-cruz sa kanilang mga desisyon…

      • Sherwin Inigo

        The rest of the justices – who voted in favor of Corona’s midnight appointment and thus redefined delicadeza (nation’s special, high sense of honor) and subvert the intent of the Constitution – must resign or be impeached as well. They didn’t exercise even a modicum of sense of rightness.   

    • scorpio15

      Mr. Norbert nagface to face ba kayo ng Presidente at sinabi sayo na ang gusto niya ay 1 milyon bawat ektarya ang halaga ng lupa sa Hacienda Luisita???

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WLVI52HAB2YYTIPEXQFLRHYUGA Richard

    Hindi kaya magkagulo ang impeachment na ito dahil..  kung makita ng SC na hindi binigyan ng patas na paglilitis si CJ  palagay magpalabas ng TRO ang SC against CJ’s Impeachment at tuluyang mapalabas ng ruling that the impeachment proceeding is not in accordance w/ the constitution after the SC deliberation…Palagay magkaroon ng Constitutional Crisis.. dahil may basehan din ang mga petition sa SC to stop the impeachment

    • Sherwin Inigo

      When the SC justices protected their own (when they put their imprimatur to Corona’s midnight appointment), they irrevocably damaged their credibility. They’re slitting their throats if AGAIN they will protect Corona. 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YAU43R25CAHGNYPHE6HLAM3V6Y Benjamin

      malamang kapag sinawsawan ng sc ito,,papalag ang senado,,,ano ang magiging itsura ng sc,,sino ang uutusan nila na magpatupad ng utos nila,,, si inday marquez?? maraming option ang  presidente,,ang sc may option ba??? himurin nila ang pwet ni gloriang mandarambong,,,na ginawa nila kaya sila nasa posisyon na hinahawakan ngayon…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WLVI52HAB2YYTIPEXQFLRHYUGA Richard

    Ano ba papayag ba kayong  magbayad ang gobyerno ng pilipinas ng additional 4,6 Billion sa Hacienda Luisita…malaking halaga yan na mawala sa kaban ng bayan  gamitin sana sa rehabilitasyon ng CDO at Iligan  na nasalanta ng bagyo.. at paggawa ng maraming classroom

    MAAWA NAMAN KAYO SA MGA BIKTIMA NG BAHA SA MINDANAO

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WLVI52HAB2YYTIPEXQFLRHYUGA Richard

    Ano ba papayag ba kayong  magbayad ang gobyerno ng pilipinas ng additional 4,6 Billion sa Hacienda Luisita…malaking halaga yan na mawala sa kaban ng bayan  gamitin sana sa rehabilitasyon ng CDO at Iligan  na nasalanta ng bagyo.. at paggawa ng maraming classroom

    MAAWA NAMAN KAYO SA MGA BIKTIMA NG BAHA SA MINDANAO

  • rosamistika16

    tanong lang po…

    Bakit madami pa ring mga pinoy na para bang ayaw litisin c corona o c gloria? hindi ba mas maganda nga etong nangyayari dahil kung puro kabulastugan lamang ang bintang sa kanila at mapatunayang wala silang sala ay di tapos na ang lahat at magiging tahimik na ang buhay nila? makakagalaw sila ng normal at taas noo pa!

    di ba kapag ikaw ay pinararatangan ay mas gusto mong magpaliwanag? mabuti nga at pinagbibigyan sila ng pagkakataon magpaliwanag samantalang ang iba ay pinatatahimik na lamang habambuhay o di kaya ay pinili na lamang nilang manahimik sa ilalim ng mundo habambuhay!

  • Jay Ann

    Binaboy po ni Gloria at ng kanyang mga kakampi ang lahat ng kung anumang matinong natitira sa ating bayan! Mula sa pandaraya sa eleksyon (Hello Garci), sa pangungurakot sa ating kabang yaman, (Fertilizer-ZTE-Etc.) hanggang sa paglabag sa ating Konstitusyon! (Corona’s Midnight appointment)

    Tama na, sobra na, ikulong na!

    Please support ‘Impeach Corona’ page on Facebook!

    After we remove Corona, we will turn the page into ‘Kick Midas Out’ fan page.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RCRALOOBIXDTB3A2YZCMXUTP5Y benny

    Sa mga abogadong nagbigay ng serbisyo sa kasong ito… Ako po ay taos pusong nagpapasalamat sa inyong lahat sana po ay dumami pa ang inyong lahi at mga abogadong gaya ninyo na handang ipaglaban ang makakabuti para sa bayan at hindi ng iilang tao o grupo….Inuulit ko SALAMAT PO AT MABUHAY PO KAYONG LAHAT…

    • dteren

      you are benny!! we have to fully support this type of endeavor from our president!! the case of Hacienda Luisita is out of this picture!!! if later it will be brought up the Noynoy to serve his family, I will be one of the many na mag batikos sa kanya!! pero sa ngayon this is about CORONAS blatant show if impropriety and support to the corruption of the ARROYOS!!! 

      Thank you lawyers, who volunteered yourself to be one of the many to fight for the majority of FILIPINO people, who wanted that the ARROYOS must pay sa pag baboy nila sa ating bansang naging baboy na nga, mas lalo pa nilang binaboy!!!!!!

  • Boypickup555

    HOY CORONA ITO NA ANG TRIAL SHOCKER MO TALAGANG SINISIGURADO NILA TANGAL
    KA SC.

  • bogs1225

    The procecution volunter lawyers are all neophyte … kung baga sa manok na pansabong … mga manok pang tinola lang  … hindi pwedeng isabong laban sa mga bwetreng manok ni corona … but this is not all about just on who are they … but …. this is all about … the peoples well …. the judgement will be based on TRENDING …. THE PULSE OF THE PEOPLE ….

  • basyong

    MAS GUGUSTUHIN PA NG BANSA SI VP BINAY KAYSA SA ISANG ABNOY NA WALANG ISIP ABANGAN NATIN ANG SUSUNOD NA MANGYAYARI DAHIL ANG NAGPAPATAKBO NG UTAK NA DILAW AY HINDI MGA ADVISERS NI ABNOY KUNDI MGA KAPATID NIYANG BABAE AT MGA BRO IN LAW.

  • KennonKid

    Just looking at these names makes me feel elated and proud, seeing the best of the typewriter-days merge with brilliant smartphone-era lawyers for a noble cause. And its all probono.

    But what’s surprising here is that there’s a number of names here who were very vocal, and still are, very much against PNoy. The stench at the SC must have driven them to stand up and roll their sleeves. Which is a bold statement here that this procedure is not about political inclination but about the incompetence of the CJ.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VIDSUKV6OPQOULNVQINERND2EA mariah

      goooooo…isampal sa pagmumukha ni corona na hindi sya untouchable…

    • roxycheeks

      Actually mostly sa kanila they belong to law firms who supported Villar or erap. Si Jo all-out supporter kay Escudero sya. galit sya kina Aquino-Roxas pero look dito she is working free to impeach si corona. Si Atty.Jun is a known ally of the Marcoses and also the Ortegas of La union and Abra pero kasama sya rito.

      • batangpaslit

        so, Piping T, ano point mo? diko kasi kuha, eh.

      • roxycheeks

        Ay sori. Gusto ko lang ipoint out na this 57 lawyers hindi sila pro-Noynoy lahat. as i said earlier they all came from different regions from different political clans kaya if you notice pinag-groupgroup sila na maghihiwalay para mimimal ang conflict. In fairness talaga, one group with members na different affiliations iba-ibang kampo pero iisa ang objective.

      • batangpaslit

        got it
        tama ang analysis mo

        ako…ayaw ko ang partisanship
        as long as it is just, honest, and true doon ako

      • roxycheeks

        Me din. sobra na gulo sa buhay natin. Sana naman we will have civility even here in the Comments kasi nakakahiya tayo. Imagine the whole world nakikita nila our posts. I’m trying to keep an open mind but I voted for Arroyo in 2004 pero now naman kasi there’s too much revelations coming out. So lets see.

        I hope din naman sana that the Senate will allow both sides all their motions and prayer para di na maulit yung nangyari kay Erap. Look noon. If sana lang they allowed that last envelope to be opened, which turned out di naman pala masyadong critical yung contents, di sana hindi nagwalk out yung prosecution at di nagpeoples power. Parang Erap was judged not by the impeachment court but by peoples power which was fueled and angered by the failure of the senate naman.

  • pepengkabayo

    Doing google search, these private volunteer lawyers are young and ambitious.
    They have no names and most are doing NGO volunteer works. Meaning no big time firms associated with.
    They are still finding their niche in the legal profession and they need a jumpstart.

    And being known is to catch and kill the biggest fish of them all….the Chief Justice, the very same Jusitce court that gave them the license to practice their profession.
    In short, family feud. Father against his adopted children. And they are all hard headed stubborn black sheep that go against the Head of the Family.

    To be in National Television is a  Big Leap Forward to these young ambitious lawyers.
    And why not, these young lawyers migh have the X factor to be Being Chief Justice…..as they say Show me not your talent but brain.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VIDSUKV6OPQOULNVQINERND2EA mariah

      much better than those beteranong mga bobo…ipagtatanggol ang isang kakampi ng magnanakaw..magkano kaya ibabayad ni gma para ipagtanggol nila si corona kasi bka pag pinabayaan nya si corona eh bigla un magsalita ng “i am sorry madame…kay pnoy na ako kampi.ituturo ko na ikaw nga ang kurakot “…patay si pandakekak….

      • batangpaslit

        hehehe
        baka ang bigay is big enough na puede na niang ipalit sa honor nia

    • roxycheeks

      ibahin mo naman ang Chief Justice sa Supreme Court. Parang ang dating kasi si Corona lang ang nagtest at naglicense sa kanila eh di naman.

  • katabay1106

    My condolences to these 57 ambitious lawyers who only wants to create a name for themselves in the law profession. After these impeachment trials, your career is over. Pity.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VIDSUKV6OPQOULNVQINERND2EA mariah

      di nga???sigurado ka lang huh…baka nmn kabaliktaran ang mangyari…wish ko lang!!!

    • roxycheeks

      In fairness sometimes something happens naman. I’ll give out a name. Atty. Pablito Sanidad. The most vocal anti-Marcos lawyer pero kasi he doesnt support violence di sya napakulong ni Marcos. But for the whole Marcos era he practice Law to the least kasi wala syang backer sa taas. Pero his legacy paid off kasi after the Marcoses are ousted, Sanidad Law office naging synonymous for democracy at balance.Sabi ng mga Marcos lawyers nun he will die of hunger kasi puro notario lang ang magagawa nya. Pero look at him now.

      • batangpaslit

        agree…about Pablito Sanidad

    • batangpaslit

      mag researcher ka rin Bro sa team ni CJ Corona para mabangga mo ang galing ng sa kabila

      • roxycheeks

        Sige susubukan ko. Ill check kung buhay pa yung parrot ko inside sa Tanada room.. O:-)

  • roxycheeks

    Some of them can do pro bono kasi they belong to rich families. Panlilios of the ilocos, the Batillers, Maguigad, yung isa galing sya from the rich rich family of alajeras and sanlaan. Yung iba international jurist ba… si Cheryl Daytec license lawyer din to practice sa California at nevada USA and also Mike Millares. Si Tina Yambot nakabase din yan sa Canada buti naman active pa pala sya dito sa atin. masaya din ang mix nagsamasama mga grads ng well known na law schools natin. Ateneo, UP, San beda, Cebu, BCF yun iba never heard pa. But lets see if they can function well as a group together with the rposecution panel.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VIDSUKV6OPQOULNVQINERND2EA mariah

    kung hindi bibigyan ng katugunan ng senado ang inaasahan ng majority ng taong bayan na alisin si cj corona dapat ang taong bayan ang magdesisyon kung ano talaga ang gusto ng nakakarami.we are always ready to fight for our country…mag “peoples power” now na!!!

    • batangpaslit

      bira…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMK7URC4EJMTYZABW4BXXION44 Freddie Villegas

    Mga walang K naman tong mga pangalan dito.

    • batangpaslit

      dimo kilala sila, Bro.
      ako, meron akong kilala na merong K. nayaya nga sia mag lecture sa Harvard, sa Oxford, sa Princeton, sa Yale dahil magaling ang legal research output nia.

  • batangpaslit

    fantastic
    ilan kaya ang sa kabila na volunteer team?

  • exterminator1

    anak ng buhay pa pala tong si Ginez! wag niyo isali yan ulul yan!

    • raflaydo

      Ano ginawa sa yo ni Ginez aber?

      • exterminator1

        naging prof ko siya sa san beda nun nasa law school pa ako aber?

  • roxycheeks

    Ahihi….. nadelete naman ung ibang post ko. Sori mods
    Naover ba pagpost ko ng mga names? :-P

  • tsorabe

    Free legal service kay CJ  Corona is plain and simple bribery. Bawal nagbigay nang libre sa Chief Justice of Philippine Supreme Court.  Bawal ang magsuhol sa mga Justices.  Kailangan bayaran ni Corona ang mga abogado niya.  Payment must come from his pocket not from donation.  Bribery yan.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SIELB3WCJM2WQA3VIIX3234BX4 Richard

    sinong ulul? tito ko si Atty. Ginez, baka you’re facing a mirror? bagsak kb? hahaha!

    • exterminator1

      tito mo si ginez? haha ayos yan. sabihin mo sa knya un gf ko sa beda alabang dati nag law lumipat dahil sa kamanyakan niya. at oo binagsak niya ako sa consti 2 na wala manlang rason at un grade na binigay niya daig ko pa hindi pumasok at nun hiningi ko records ko walang mapakita. ayos ba? di ba tinanggal ng san beda yan nun 2005 kasama un ibang mga prof? hehe

  • bogart73

    ztefertilizerscam, nakakapuno ka lagi ng space dito..nassan ang ebidensya mo sa mga binibintang mo na mga anomalyang ito ni arroyo? ang ginagawa mong paulit ulit na pag bandera sa mga kasong ito ay hindi gawain ng isang normal na tao, pumunta ka hospital sa mandaluyong at magpatingin ka para maagapan ang nararamdaman mo na yan, sigurado ako matatanggap ka dahil sa gobyerno ang hospital na iyon at loyalist ka ni penoy.



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