Rasuman wife nabbed in QC

Rasuman wife nabbed in QC

There are 14 comments on the ABS-CBN News story from Apr 3, 2013, titled Rasuman wife nabbed in QC. In it, ABS-CBN News reports that:

MANILA, Philippines The Pasay City police arrested Princess Tomawis Rasuman, wife of alleged investment scam leader Jachob "Coco" Rasuman, early Thursday morning.

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We the People

Philippines

#1 Apr 3, 2013
Enough of this "nabbing" and on with the Jailing for a change, for God's sake",...We are fed up with charges, arrrests and nabbing of violators of the Law. Please show us what the Law stands for. Is it to protect the criminal or is it there to protect the innocent ? Come on"..somebody out there,..what are the Jails for? Is it there to protect criminals like a " safe house" ? Our Police Force seems to be more on the side of criminals than for the people. Yet, the people pays for their salaries ? Funny, how distorted are the minds of some people who pretend not to notice this. ARE WE IN TRUTH THE SO CALLED " "The Island of Thieves" ( Islas de Ladrones)?????
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#2 Apr 3, 2013
We the People wrote:
Enough of this "nabbing" and on with the Jailing for a change, for God's sake",...We are fed up with charges, arrrests and nabbing of violators of the Law. Please show us what the Law stands for. Is it to protect the criminal or is it there to protect the innocent ? Come on"..somebody out there,..what are the Jails for? Is it there to protect criminals like a " safe house" ? Our Police Force seems to be more on the side of criminals than for the people. Yet, the people pays for their salaries ? Funny, how distorted are the minds of some people who pretend not to notice this. ARE WE IN TRUTH THE SO CALLED " "The Island of Thieves" ( Islas de Ladrones)?????
when im told that the 1st thing i am to say if i get arrested is "how much to avoid this problem" id say the answer to your question is YES.
We the People

Philippines

#3 Apr 3, 2013
Our country is at this very moment experiencing a very momentus transformation. Th world is seeing a country rising from the ashes of poverty and economic upheavals never before witnessed by anybody but us the Filipinos. Many of our countrymen were forced to seek greener pastures abroad or face starvation because of mismanagement by our past administration. Sad to say, it is still mismanaged but slightly better than before. Corruption was in vogue for decades and may take just as much time to control it. Please Mr. President, look after the good of your people as you promised,..our Justice System "stinks to high Heaven " Politics is out of control. We are with you ! Do something that pleases the people and God. We trust you !
The Voting Public

Philippines

#5 Apr 4, 2013
As usual, the new candidates as well as the incumbents will try to cheat in any way they can. Let us give them a taste of ANGER when they are caught doing that. Print their their names and them in all our papers, do something to get rid of dirty Politicians once and foe all without violence. They have been warned.As for Rasuman the wife of the scam mastermind, take her direcly to jail until the Husband turns himself in, They have millions and there will be hundreds of Lawyers awaiting their call. If possible let the victims lay their hands on them and beat them real hard,...as a lesson. Get mad !They deserve no mercy.
Jose Rizal

Philippines

#6 Apr 4, 2013
The Inquirer is pretty well filled with erring Princesse's today. Two here and one in Spain. They are all Lawbreakers. Of course it is just a gimmick to get publicity but it is there in Black and white. The three are charged in court, but you can bet your hat nobody goes to Jail. Jails are only for the needy and hungry poor people. They can not afford to pay the "bribe" to be set free. People are now braver and curious about many things,...the Inquirer reports that the public wants to know who pays for the Election Surveys ? The other item is the long forgotten Burgos affair". why the sudden interest on his disappearance... Are the Police finally getting orders to get them,... Or Else ? Yes,..get mad now P'Noy, it is time you did.
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#7 Apr 4, 2013
ok ill say it....

sunday a caravan of jeepneys, trikes, owner types, cars and bicycles measuring a full 3 kilometers long paraded through the barangay lauding the greatness of a certain candidate for mayor. it was quite a spectacle indeed. must have been over 2000 people all in the same color shirts.
they all bivouacked at a certain very large home/property where they were fed quite well.

upon entry to the property they all received their payment for their participation and were led to the feeding area.

my neighbor who wasnt in the parade took his nephew on their motor and went to be fed also. they got p300 each when they got there.

my neighbor told me that the candidate will easily win the election and that he is a very good man and will do a lot for the barangays here.

he happens to be a lawyer who is also a well known s****ler from manila, so he will be a great benefit to the people.

HUH????!!!! ok

well, ive said before that i do like the wild west atmosphere of the filipins and so i look forward to the benefits and prosperity that the new mayor will bring to the area and its people.

:)) HAPPY ELECTION TO ALL
Jose Rizal

Philippines

#8 Apr 4, 2013
Neal H Cruz of the Inquirer on his article " As I See It" has this to say,.... known candidates are banking on their parents poplarity to identify themselves to the unsuspecting voters in this Election. Most of them know nothing from nothing but they are unashamedly there. What has become of this kind of Filipinos,....are they insane? They seem to take to crime like ducks take to water. They have become experts in the art of cheating, lying and deception ? They want to share in the fleecing of the Philippine Treasury and peoples money. What have we to say about that, my fellowmen ?
Juan Luna

Philippines

#9 Apr 4, 2013
All these show of extravagance and generosity will be easily repaid to this candidate if he wins, and MORE. For this reason he is willing to let go of a few millions to make people vote for him so he can lay his hands on to billions in Government contracts especially this year from Foreign Investments. Many Banks may run dry from withdrawals of these characters. Thanks AMC".. for your bit of information, we know who you mean. But I am a believer of "CRIME DOES NOT PAY" Nothing to worry about really. May God help us all !Keep your Computer busy always AMC.
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#10 Apr 4, 2013
Jose Rizal wrote:
Neal H Cruz of the Inquirer on his article " As I See It" has this to say,.... known candidates are banking on their parents poplarity to identify themselves to the unsuspecting voters in this Election. Most of them know nothing from nothing but they are unashamedly there. What has become of this kind of Filipinos,....are they insane? They seem to take to crime like ducks take to water. They have become experts in the art of cheating, lying and deception ? They want to share in the fleecing of the Philippine Treasury and peoples money. What have we to say about that, my fellowmen ?
as an American, you have my sympathies. we Americans slept thru decades of over indulgence while our gov busily undermined our lifestyles and now only force will get back what Americans have lost.

similarly you are in the same situation. all of your fellow men have the same thing to say about it , but none has the answer.

meanwhile Americans are steeling themselves for revolution. HONESTLY!!!!

if it ever happens then youll have your answer about how to get your country back.
the American citizens have plainly told their gov that they are ready to die for their freedom and their way of life.

are you?
Jose Rizal

Philippines

#11 Apr 5, 2013
I have said it before and I will say it again,...you can be sure that there will be Heroes aplenty when the time comes. Many will die but that is how heroes are made. The cause of all these are here to be seen at these period of the year. Dirty Politicians are in a frenzy just like sharks when pounching upon a hunk of meat dropped on them at sea. THEY THINK OF NOTHING ELSE BUT TO STEAL MONEY FROM THE gOVERNMENT that is just as dirty. No offense meant here Mr. President , but you are surrounded by these "sharks' from the past and the present.They are everywhere!!! May God protect you from them.
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#12 Apr 5, 2013
Jose Rizal wrote:
Neal H Cruz of the Inquirer on his article " As I See It" has this to say,.... known candidates are banking on their parents poplarity to identify themselves to the unsuspecting voters in this Election. Most of them know nothing from nothing but they are unashamedly there. What has become of this kind of Filipinos,....are they insane? They seem to take to crime like ducks take to water. They have become experts in the art of cheating, lying and deception ? They want to share in the fleecing of the Philippine Treasury and peoples money. What have we to say about that, my fellowmen ?
isnt it an amazing testimony that todays wealthy flip children are suckled on the tit of crime?

well, i guess not so amazing if ones family is to continue to reign forever over peasants, it is a must.

pity the child that rejects the tit.
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#13 Apr 5, 2013
i saw the obese companions of rasuman on tv. in the jail wrapped in their curtains and matching caps wailing and protesting her arrest and bobbing back and forth like weebles in the chairs.

a perfect picture of what rice engorged thieves look like when they fear theyll miss the next meal.

weebles wobble , but they dont fall down :)
Jemma Velez

Philippines

#14 Apr 6, 2013
The Ignorant and the unschooled must not be allowed to vote in this election. It is the Law and nobody should offer to buy their votes as they will be dis allowed to be at the polling place, The watchers will see to it that the law must be obeyed. Make them sign their name and address on a piece of paper as a sample, and make them read a sentence or two to prove their eligibility. Arrest them !
Rebecca Jain Davao

Quezon City, Philippines

#15 Apr 9, 2013
amc wrote:
i saw the obese companions of rasuman on tv. in the jail wrapped in their curtains and matching caps wailing and protesting her arrest and bobbing back and forth like weebles in the chairs.
a perfect picture of what rice engorged thieves look like when they fear theyll miss the next meal.
weebles wobble , but they dont fall down :)
The Inquirer today has nothing but the same old reports of quite a few things still needing correction. The world knows us for such things as corrupt government officials in most branches, but the most notorious are those in the Military and the PNP. This two harbor within their ranks expertly trained personell who are the bad eggs of both Departments. A thorough job of really cleaning this people must be done before we can take a whiff of freah air again.

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