Tuesday, August 29, 2017

A good lawyer lectured an anti-PRRD on obstruction injustice issue when the president met with Kian's parents

Mrs. Delos Santos hugging president Duterte after the meeting / photo from Malacanang


Lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles countered  to one of Duterte haters ranting that what the president did- talking to Kian's parents is obstruction injustice. Here's what she has to say about it;


Below is her full facebook post through Luminous-by Trixie Cruz-Angeles:

"Yung PR guy na humirit na obstruction injustice daw si pangulo for talking to the Delos Santoses, I strongly suggest you read the law. 

Here are the acts of obstruction:

(a) preventing witnesses from testifying in any criminal proceeding or from reporting the commission of any offense or the identity of any offender/s by means of bribery, misrepresentation, deceit, intimidation, force or threats;

(b) altering, destroying, suppressing or concealing any paper, record, document, or object, with intent to impair its verity, authenticity, legibility, availability, or admissibility as evidence in any investigation of or official proceedings in, criminal cases, or to be used in the investigation of, or official proceedings in, criminal cases;

(c) harboring or concealing, or facilitating the escape of, any person he knows, or has reasonable ground to believe or suspect, has committed any offense under existing penal laws in order to prevent his arrest prosecution and conviction;

(d) publicly using a fictitious name for the purpose of concealing a crime, evading prosecution or the execution of a judgment, or concealing his true name and other personal circumstances for the same purpose or purposes;

(e) delaying the prosecution of criminal cases by obstructing the service of process or court orders or disturbing proceedings in the fiscal's offices, in Tanodbayan, or in the courts;

(f) making, presenting or using any record, document, paper or object with knowledge of its falsity and with intent to affect the course or outcome of the investigation of, or official proceedings in, criminal cases;

(g) soliciting, accepting, or agreeing to accept any benefit in consideration of abstaining from, discounting, or impeding the prosecution of a criminal offender;

(h) threatening directly or indirectly another with the infliction of any wrong upon his person, honor or property or that of any immediate member or members of his family in order to prevent such person from appearing in the investigation of, or official proceedings in, criminal cases, or imposing a condition, whether lawful or unlawful, in order to prevent a person from appearing in the investigation of or in official proceedings in, criminal cases;

(i) giving of false or fabricated information to mislead or prevent the law enforcement agencies from apprehending the offender or from protecting the life or property of the victim; or fabricating information from the data gathered in confidence by investigating authorities for purposes of background information and not for publication and publishing or disseminating the same to mislead the investigator or to the court.

Nasaan dyan ang pagmeet sa mga nagluluksang magulang?  Witness lang sila as to the civil damages but not to the criminal act. 

Sige na.  Libre naman mangarap."


Source: https://www.facebook.com/luciferouslogophile/