MANILA, Philippines - House prosecutors on Monday said the Senate vote to respect the High Court's injunction of the opening of Chief Justice Renato Corona's dollar accounts is not indicative of the final vote to acquit or convict the chief justice.
MANILA, Philippines - There is no "small lady" who supposedly gave the prosecution a copy of alleged bank documents under the name of Chief Justice Renato Corona to a member of the House prosecution, according to the Senate's Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) recordings.
MANILA, Philippines - The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) has urged Chief Justice Renato Corona to set an example to others occupying high positions in the government by allowing or providing his written permission to open his foreign currency deposits “in order for the truth to come out.”
MANILA, Philippines - The Senate will discuss on Monday morning whether or not the Supreme Court (SC) has jurisdiction over the trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona, including his so-called dollar accounts.
I want to tell you that I have nothing to gain but everything to lose in this fight. But I will have proven true to myself. I thank God for this one great opportunity of a lifetime (which does not happen often) to show that, in this world, there are still men who are willing to lose everything, including their lives, for what they believe in.
Friday, I phoned Ninez Cacho-Olivares of The Daily Tribune to ask how I was supposed to have obtained the bank documents of Chief Justice Renato Corona from a certain Gigi Sawit and handed these personally to Congressman Rey Umali. I had never met them both, I told her.