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Cases stressing Cudia, says PAO chief

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 09:04 PM March 20, 2014

MANILA, Philippines—Honorary sabers and diplomas have been handed out, yet his storybook is far from over.

After the Supreme Court turned down his plea to be included in the graduating class of the Philippine Military Academy this month and ordered the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the PMA to reply to his petition within 10 days, Aldrin Jeff Cudia may have reached his stress limits, according to Public Attorney’s Office Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta.

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Acosta said that Cudia has been very much affected with his roundabout case and petitions that it already got to the point that the cadet has been “stressed out.”

“Cudia could not talk as of the moment, he’s been affected with the case and it hurts him that it has changed hands so many times,” Acosta said in Filipino.

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She added that Cudia may talk about the issue in the future.

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