justice sabio reminds me of jun lozada

01 August 2008

besieged court of appeals justice jose sabio reminds me of nbn-ztewhistleblower jun lozada, both good guys.

a pattern emerges. you blow the whistle on someone powerful and corrupt, and very quickly the information is spinned and twisted so that you turn out to be the villain of the story. it happened to jun lozada, it’s happening again to justice sabio.

this time the real meanie would seem to be quite savvy about setting things up, exactly what to say when and where, for spinning and twisting later, just in case. having a giant media network hanging on his every word helps no end, of course.

what’s interesting is, elevated agad ang kaso to the supreme court, with the investigation to proceed on tuesday. hmmm. who wants to bet that the court will go the way of gma, as usual, which means against the lopezes? for sabio? really? hmmm. that would be good, for a change. abangan.

5 Responses to justice sabio reminds me of jun lozada

  1. August 1, 2008 at 11:29 pm

    IF the Price is Right?

    The Meralco-GSIS Case : In the affidavit of Francis Roa De Borja,he admits asking the question to Justice Sabio of the Court of Appeals “What would it take for you to resist the government offer?”

    The EQ View:What was the purpose of the question? Was this an auction? Was the CA decision dependent on the highest bidder?IF the price was right?

  2. August 1, 2008 at 11:55 pm

    grabe, di ba. oligarchs and their minions think everyone’s for sale.

  3. August 2, 2008 at 9:47 am

    “I know Francis de Borja but I have not authorized him or anybody to make representations for any matter that involves cases of Meralco and the Lopez family,” Lopez said. “We have retainers and lawyers to handle the legal matters. Further, Francis is not a lawyer nor is he connected with Meralco.”ONLY LAWYERS KNOW HOW TO BRIBE?

  4. August 2, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    Too bad for the Lopezes they can’t hide behind Executive Privilege. If they’re guilty of that bribery, i hope they get to feel the full consequences. They can then charge it to their apathy and prior complicity.

  5. August 22, 2009 at 7:57 pm
    Marcial Bonifacio

    Justice Jose Sabio also admits that he was approached by his brother PCGG commissioner Sabio about the Meralco-GSIS Case.

    Justice Sabio also admitted that he knew, talk and deals with Francis Roa De Borja from wayback his days as a simple but corrupt Regional Trial Court judge.

    That the children of the late Cagayan de Oro Congressman Oloy Roa–his daughter Mrs Evelyn Roa Clavano asked his help in the family decisions in the sale of their huge tract of land. He defended his P300K commission as a confidant and family adviser and not as an RTC judge in Cagayan de Oro.

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