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Bongbong Marcos: Why Does Robredo Demands Ballot Soft Copies WITHOUT Paying Liability?

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Bongbong Marcos has opposed to Robredo’s Motion that she be allowed to secure soft copies of the printed ballot images. This from the ongoing Decryption activity of the COMELEC for Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental. Marcos cannot figure out why Robredo suddenly wants them when she’s been opposing it ever since. She even did not help in paying the liability requirement.





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[VIDEO]: Bongbong  Marcos said that election fraud can be verified in the technical examination.




No Liability Payment from Robredo

It will be recalled that the ongoing decryption activity was initiated solely by Marcos. He had to shoulder the decryption fee of Php 2.9M including an additional Php 2M for the initial supplies required by the COMELEC. Robredo did not join him in this undertaking. In fact, actively opposed the same as early as June 2017.




No Right to Demand

According to Marcos, since “Robredo did not contribute any share in the expenses and supplies, she should not be allowed by PET to obtain soft and even hard copies of the decrypted images of the ballots, election returns, audit logs and other relevant documents for all the protested clustered precincts of the pilot provinces.”



Just Shameless

Marcos has accused Robredo of cheating her way to the second highest office in the land. He lost to Robredo by a slim margin of about 260,000 votes in the 2016 national elections. Lawyer and I.T. expert Glenn Chong who has been involved in scrutinizing Smartmatic’s performance just refer to Robredo as a big liar.









Pointing Fingers

Recently, Robredo’s camp released a media propaganda accusing Marcos of forging the list of 8,000 election fraud witnesses mostly in his pilot areas.  The accusation boomeranged to her. ALDUB or Alyansang Du30-Bongbong or ALDUB members stood as witnesses to various incidents of election fraud in Basilan, Lamitan.



http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/11/15/1759195/marcos-argues-against-robredos-bid-ballot-soft-copies

ALDUB Testified against Robredo’s Accusation that Bongbong Marcos Forged Election Witnesses List




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Estafa and Qualified Theft Explained


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By: Elena Grace Flores

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Fraud #12 (Photo credit: McBeth)

As investment scams are becoming rampant, the legal terms estafa and qualified theft are also becoming popular. What’s the difference between these two cases? It is wise to know the rule of law so that you know what to do if fraud or theft happens to you. Watch this video:

[NewsLife] – Rule of Law: Difference of estafa and qualified theft

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Briefly, estafa is committed when there’s a misappropriation with arrangements made thus resulting to the possession of money or property – whereas it’s qualified theft when the property was possessed without the owner’s consent. It’s also good to know that there’s also a way of recovering some of the lost finances due to estafa. Hope this helps.

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