Duterte’s counsel on De Lima arrest: Law shines triumphantly

Duterte’s counsel on De Lima arrest: Law shines triumphantly

De Lima and President Duterte have been engaged in a public war of words since he came into office last June, particularly over his drug war that has seen more than 7,000 supposed drug traffickers killed in extrajudicial vigilante-style killings.Leila de Lima is not being persecuted and she only has herself to blame for her poor defense in the drug trafficking charges against her, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said yesterday. Senator Leila De Lima waves from a police van after appearing at a Muntinlupa court on drug charges in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila.”The court finds probable cause for the issuance of warrants of arrest against all the accused Leila De Lima, Rafael Marcos Ragos and Ronnie Palisoc Dayan”, the court order read. “I am innocent”, she told reporters shortly before law enforcers escorted her away from her office on Friday. Four cases of mumps confirmed at the University of Alberta
UHS also reminds travelers that Zika virus, Chikungunya and dengue fever remain active health concerns in tropical climates. The ADPH is investigating the cases and working with the university to notify people who have potentially been exposed. Police followed her to the Senate. “She also misses her favorite dog, Coco”, Maglalang said.Last year, an inquiry into extrajudicial killings, led by Senator de Lima, heard evidence from a former hitman that Duterte personally ordered numerous attacks. “It’s my honor to be jailed for what I’ve been fighting for”, she said before police took her into custody at the Senate. I call on them to publicly express their strong disapproval of the blatant abuse of our justice system for political persecution… “All those who will oppose will be destroyed”, she said.De Lima’s life turned in 2008 when she accepted her first government post as chairwoman of the government’s independent Commission on Human Rights.Duterte, 71, won a presidential election past year after promising during the campaign to eradicate drugs in society by killing tens of thousands of people. Swedes never heard of Fox News’ Swedish ‘security advisor’
On the next day, however, both the Swedish Defense Ministry and the nation’s Foreign Office denied any links with Bildt. Bildt spoke out about Sweden’s crime and “socially deviant activity” during the Bill O’Reilly segment. Amnesty International has warned that police actions in the drug war may amount to crimes against humanity.As justice secretary, de Lima conducted a raid at the New Bilibid Prison maximum security area that shocked the nation, revealing a luxurious lifestyle of high-profile inmates who are now among the witnesses against her.More than 1,000 people in the Philippine capital Manila have marked the anniversary of a 1986 revolt by protesting against the government of President Rodrigo Duterte.In one of her strongest statements against the president this week, de Lima called Duterte a “sociopathic serial killer” who has not been made to answer for more than 1,000 deaths while he was Davao mayor and even more as president. Joseph Wapner News, Pictures, and Videos
On the program, Wapner became a valuable source of education on the legal process through a non-traditional medium. His condition grew worse and he was sent home, under hospice care, where he died Sunday morning. Earlier, his spokesman, Ernesto Abella, said the senator’s arrest “demonstrates the President’s strong resolve to fight pushers, peddlers, and their protectors”.

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