On the acquittal of Hubert Webb

The ProPinoy Project

  • rtrinity

    The alibi of Hubert Webb put him in prison, since the beginning of the NBI investigation, the NBI really knows hubert did that horendous-gruesome crime…for the people in paranaque and the people of the world of shabu around paranaque know that Hubert was in the Philippines during the crime was occured. So by hook or by crook they have to get Hubert. No authorities in the right mind that will frame a person like Hubert, a son of a wealthy senator, idolized by the people. Do you think they (NBI) will put people in prison if they know they are innocent? I do not think so (it is easy more to do that with the Barosso Akyat Bahay Gang, the other suspect, just to solve the crime). If you will just submit Freddie Webb and his wife in the lie-detector you will know if their son is in U.S. or in the Philippines. (opinionated/2011)

  • Anonymous

    Constitutionalist / Jesuit Priest Fr. Bernas has an article in the Inquirer, but he didn’t contribute much serious thought. Fr Bernas did not mention if it is constitutional for a judge to allow hearsay evidence in Pilipinas court of law, nor did he point out how very useful it becomes to use hearsay evidence to obtain convictions. Fr Bernas completely avoided talking about the danger when hearsay evidence becomes basis for convictions when staring him was real-life Filipino experience — 15-years of jail-time for a “not guilty” Filipino citizen.

    • GabbyD

      hearsay evidence? is documentary evidence hearsay? not really

    • Manuelbuencamino

      if more justices and judges wrote like Locsin, people might start reading decisions. That would mean less reliance on media for what the decision was alla about

  • Anonymous

    Constitutionalist / Jesuit Priest Fr. Bernas has an article in the Inquirer. He did not say if hearsay is acceptable evidence in a Pilipinas court of law, I wonder why?

    • GabbyD

      hearsay evidence? is documentary evidence hearsay? not really

    • Manuelbuencamino

      if more justices and judges wrote like Locsin, people might start reading decisions. That would mean less reliance on media for what the decision was alla about