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    Thursday, June 29, 2017

    International Lawyer hits SC on BBM's electoral protest: Another “justice delayed, justice denied” case?

    Atty. Paula Defensor Knack on Thursday called the attention of the Supreme Court for their “draggy” and “inefficient” response towards Senator Bongbong Marco’s electoral protest against the current Vice President of the Philippines, Leni Robredo.


    In a Facebook status, Atty. Knack claimed that there is a high probability for BBM's electoral protest to undergo the same misfortune experienced by her sister, late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago in her electoral appeal against former President Fidel V. Ramos.

    “Naku baka magaya to kay MDS vs. FVR, 6 years AFTER lumabas and decision ng Supreme Court at sinabing na-waive na raw ang right to the presidency, kahit na walang express waiver,” said Knack.

    Atty. Paula Knack expressed her utmost frustration for the said injustice made by the Supreme Court to her sister, and now to Bongbong Marcos. Citing some of the statements given by her sister regarding the untoward Supreme Court ruling, Knack wrote:

    “6 years! Sigaw ni MDS: “justice delayed is justice denied! I never ever waived my right!” stated the well-known international lawyer.

    Atty. Paula Knack added, “Kung i-change and Constitution, pwede naman palitan ang buong Supreme Court at piliin talaga yung mga magagaling at malinis na experts sa Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure… di ba?!”

    Atty. Paula Knack also expressed her sentiments addressed to the Supreme Court. The note reads:


    "Dear Supreme Court acting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal…Aanhin pa ang decision sa electoral protest ni Sen. Marcos, kung sa sobrang bagal, tapos na ang term ni VP??!...Eh di justice delayed is justice denied ulit!”



    Source: Paula Defensor Knack | Facebook
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