Philippines' Arroyo pleads not guilty...

Philippines' Arroyo pleads not guilty to fraud

There are 5 comments on the WTEN-TV Albany story from Feb 22, 2012, titled Philippines' Arroyo pleads not guilty to fraud. In it, WTEN-TV Albany reports that:

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Lilia Amor

Capri, Philippines

#1 Feb 22, 2012
A Hundred percent of all Lawyers in the world always starts the Trial by asking defendant to say | NOT GUILTY ". The Lawyers takes it from there and begin the usual regamarol of instructions to the defendant and earns his fee in a WIN OR LOSE case. Period ! hehehehe
Jose Rizal

Capri, Philippines

#2 Feb 22, 2012
Lilia Amor wrote:
A Hundred percent of all Lawyers in the world always starts the Trial by asking defendant to say | NOT GUILTY ". The Lawyers takes it from there and begin the usual regamarol of instructions to the defendant and earns his fee in a WIN OR LOSE case. Period ! hehehehe
Lilia, " GMA will never never tell the truth to the people she hoodwinked for nine years. She will maintain her innocence till the grave ! She prefers to be judged up there on Judgement day.
Jose Rizal

Capri, Philippines

#3 Feb 23, 2012
They have not yet closed the Impeachment Trial of Corona, AND NOW THEY ARE ALREADY itching to try GMA without having done away with Corona? More milking "cows" for the GMA case I am sure. The Lawyers will assuredly become the highest earners of the year on this. Abalos comes next after GMA I suppose. Lol It is more fun in the Philippines !
Jose Rizal

Capri, Philippines

#4 Feb 23, 2012
Adios Patria adorada, rejion del sol querida, nuestro perdido Eden ! My friend Joe must be disappointed now in seeing his beloved country going to the dogs. His farewell speech does not hide his disappointment as written above. The Impeachment is now considered still a mockery of Justice.
Guilty to the core

Apple Valley, CA

#5 Feb 23, 2012
Jose Rizal wrote:
Adios Patria adorada, rejion del sol querida, nuestro perdido Eden ! My friend Joe must be disappointed now in seeing his beloved country going to the dogs. His farewell speech does not hide his disappointment as written above. The Impeachment is now considered still a mockery of Justice.
That's the philippines corrupt justice system for you! Only the richs have justice the rest goes to the dog!

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