Amid the drama whip up by ABS-CBN to gain public sympathy, support and understanding, retired broadcaster Jay Sonza fired back at ABS-CBN with important questions to throw off his former bosses. In the Facebook post, Sonza opened by asking a clarificatory question to confirm if indeed the most influential and most powerful network in the country is now reduced to begging for public sympathy? ABS-CBN. You’re asking for understanding, support and sympathy? Like a seasoned predator who smells the blo0d of his prey, Sonza went on to fire a series of questions, apparently to focus the spotlight on the other

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Radio host Mark Lopez explained on Facebook the quo warranto case filed by SolGen Jose Calida at the Supreme Court against ABS-CBN by drawing a comparison to Lourdes Sereno case and annulment of marriage. But before doing so, Lopez defined what us QUO WARRANTO and why SolGen Calida filed the case vs. ABS-CBN. According to Lopez, QUO WARRANTO is latin for “BY WHAT AUTHORITY…” Lopez said when talking about quo warranto, the main talking point here is the legal personality or authority of an individual or franchise. Lopez cited the example of the quo warranto case filed by SolGen Calida

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Recently, the senate plenary debated on senate resolution urging the Supreme Court to reconsider its decision on the Quo Warranto Case against ex-CJ Lourdes Sereno. Senator Ping Lacson took the podium to express one’s opinion against the adoption of the said draft resolution. Lacson asked permission from his distinguished colleague Senator Kiko Pangilinan to yield to a view for some clarificatory questions. Lacson was the former top cop of President Erap and a non-lawyer while Pangilinan was a graduate of the UP College of Law. However, just a few minutes into the senate plenary debate on the quo warranto case,

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In school, teachers remind students before exams that if they plan to copy from seatmates, they only copy from the brightest in class. Otherwise, the risk of getting caught outweighs the reward. In this note, it appears that ANC’s Karen Davila did not pay attention when her teacher said these words when she was still in school. Had she paid attention to her teachers, she would not has been the butt of jokes on social media after netizens caught her cheating lately. In case you didn’t know, Davila tweeted that with an MR (motion for reconsideration), it takes only one

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Bar topnotcher and Senate President Koko Pimentel remarked that the ouster of Lourdes Sereno as CJ via quo warranto spells a looming crisis in the Philippines. Pimentel remarked that in the eyes of the Supreme Court, Sereno has been removed from office, but Congress thinks otherwise. Please check the graphics below containing the exact words of Senate President Koko Pimentel. Pimentel’s remarked has elicited mocking and negative remarks on social media, most notably from retired broadcaster Jay Sonza. Sonza did not hide his displeasure of Pimentel’s remark via Facebook post published just today May 14, 2018. In the Facebook post,

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As expected, politicians allied with Sereno cried to the heavens in protest of the unfavorable decision of the quo warranto case against the former Chief Justice. Sen. Risa Hontiveros called the decision “a black day for justice and the rule of law” while Trillanes described it as “darkest hour in our democracy”. “Those SC justices who committed this heinous crime against our justice system must not and will not go unpunished,” vowed Trillanes, known critic of the Duterte administration. Kiko Pangilinan, Sharon Cuneta’s husband described Sereno’s ouster as “”Pambabastos sa Saligang Batas.” “Pambabastos sa Saligang Batas ang ginawa ng mayorya

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