Sunday, November 27, 2005

FROM THE BARREL OF MY PEN/1129
By Gonzalo “Jun” Policarpio


“DEAD MAN” TALKING WHILE IN HIDING



Wanted ex-Philippine election commissioner, Virgilio Garcillano, recently came out from hiding in his den below like a groundhog and looked for his shadow. He didn’t see his own shadow but the shadow of so-called first gentleman Mike Arroyo. So he stayed out in the open and started to talk like a parrot FOR THE SAKE OF PHILIPPINE JUSTICE, LET IT BE SAID THAT THIS WITNESS IS A TAMPERED WITNESS AND WILL ONLY TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT GMA’S LYING, CHEATING, AND STEALING AT THE BRINK OF HIS DEATH.

Philippine justice does not need the testimony of Garcillano whose mind seems to be etched straight from that of his father, the Devil. There is more than enough reliable witnesses and solid evidences to convict the pretending Philippine president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and her legion of plunder, violations of the Constitution, graft and corruption, and other crimes.

If majority of the Filipino people believes that GMA cheated during the last presidential elections and wants her out of Malacanang sooner rather than later, then she is no longer immune from criminal prosecution. There is no need to wait for another chance to impeach her in Congress because the impeachment process only applies to a legitimate president.

The courts of law in the Philippines are waiting for cases to be filed against
GMA and her accomplices. This is the time when all those inquiries and fact-finding initiatives would be useful to make available evidences and witnesses in the pursuit of justice. Again I say nobody wants any Filipino blood to be shed in bringing out the truth. So let the law prevail and prosecute the criminals.

I believe there still exists at least ten good Filipino leaders for the Philippines to be spared God’s punishment a la Sodom and Gomorrah. Let’s keep hoping for the “silver lining.”
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