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INQToday: Lorraine Badoy is guilty of indirect contempt for red-tagging judge – SC

/ 01:01 PM February 29, 2024

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Lorraine Badoy is guilty of indirect contempt for red-tagging judge – SC

The Supreme Court (SC) has found Lorraine Badoy-Partosa, former spokesperson of the government’s anti-insurgency task force, guilty of indirect contempt for red-tagging a Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) judge.


In a 51-page ruling penned by Associate Justice Marvic Leonen, Badoy was ordered to pay a fine of P30,000 and warned against repeating the same or similar acts in the future, or she would be meted a more severe punishment.


Bongbong Marcos says he remains firm in defending PH sovereignty

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. told the Australian parliament on Thursday he would not allow any foreign power to take “one square inch” of the country’s territory, and that Manila was firm in defending its sovereignty.

Australia and the Philippines began their first joint sea and air patrols in the South China Sea in November, aimed at countering an increasingly assertive China, which claims the entire sea as its own.

PCG regains full access of hacked Facebook account

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) regained full access to its official Facebook account on Thursday, the agency said in a statement.

The hacking, which was reported on Monday, was the third cyberattack against the agency this year.


Ex-pres Duterte denies receiving bag of guns from Quiboloy

Former president Rodrigo Duterte denied that he and his daughter, Vice President Sara Duterte received bags of guns from alleged sex offender Pastor Apollo Quiboloy.

Duterte made the pronouncement in response to an allegation thrown by a former Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) member who claimed that he saw the Dutertes visit Quiboloy’s property carrying a bag of firearms as they left.

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TAGS: Apollo Quiboloy, Bongbong Marcos, hacking, Lorraine Badoy, Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine sovereignty, red-tagging, Rodrigo Duterte, Supreme Court

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