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easy44

Your grief is obvious !

 

 

 

 

your grief is still obvious !

Thank you!

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I seriously hope & prey that the posters who are condemning this woman are just trolling for a bit of fun, failing that…I just hope they have been boxed into a corner from reasoned argument and don’t know how to say they made a mistake & move on.

 

I feel the same way about support for the mayor. I still can see no justification for one public official to assault another.

 

Could someone please explain to me how the Sheriff was acting in anyone but his own self-interests– totally out of touch with the week that Davao had been going through & the implications for the families he was about to put on the street. If you think you can explain his actions to be altruistic – I am all ears

Please read post #93

 

"In his report, Andres admitted receiving word from City Hall personnel around 8:40 a.m. that the mayor had asked to delay the demolition for two hours.

 

In turn, he told the City Hall staff to inform Judge Emmanuel Carpio of Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 16 about the request instead since his role is but ministerial and that he cannot act on the request.

 

He said he arrived in the area around 8:30 a.m. after a meeting in Sta. Ana Police Precinct where he informed the policemen and the representatives of the plaintiff that he has a written request for Geodetic Engineer Julius Irvin A. Perez to survey and mark the area affected by the writ of demolition.

 

He said that upon his arrival, he asked the residents to just cooperate and so the residents agreed that Perez will conduct the survey to mark out the areas defined in the court order.

 

By 9:30 a.m., he said, Police Senior Inspector Ronald Lao, Perez, and barangay captain Fulgencio Pavo informed him that the occupants were insisting that the survey be defined, claiming there were houses that were not covered by the demolition order but are in danger of being demolished. Again, Andres said, he told the men that unless he received no advice from the court about their request then he couldn't do anything about it."

 

Chaos broke out 10 minutes later although no demolition has yet started, as the occupants started throwing stones toward the police and the demolition team. Improvised arrows also flew, he said.

 

 

He was under orders from the judge, he explained that to city hall representatives when he received word of the mayors request.

He was there to survey the area with a Geodetic Engineer, Julius Irvin. He hadn't even started, the mayor punched him out because of a riot that started before he had begun his work.

 

What the Philippines need is a ruling class who take even the slightest interest in ALL their citizens!

 

I disagree, the Philippines doesn't need a "ruling class", it needs the rule of law.

 

Hey, how are we planning to celebrate the first anniversary of the Manila Hostage Taking incident in a few weeks…remember…the one which started peacefully but soured when the self-obsessed office of the ombudsman told the crazed Mendoza “We will review your case” …remember how that ended?

 

 

How do you manage to describe an armed man holding hostages as peaceful?

Yes a crazed gunman killed people. You cannot blame anyone but the gunman, it could have been handled better, but without that gunman there would have been no crime.

 

Sara Duterte for president…a woman with a real passion for the people…

 

You have to be kidding me, you'd let her be the commander in chief? What would happen next time she threw a hissy fit?

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You have to be kidding me, you'd let her be the commander in chief? What would happen next time she threw a hissy fit?

 

 

Jesse likes the word misogyny ! I prefer just to stick to sexist . But sometimes I have to bow to Jesse's superior word skills !

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Bob Ward

You guys on the side of the mayor are in over your heads arguing with the opposition who have you trumped 10 times over! I am merely a cheer leader! LOLOL Go Bob! Go Rick!

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Jesse likes the word misogyny ! I prefer just to stick to sexist . But sometimes I have to bow to Jesse's superior word skills !

 

 

Sir, as long as it isn't intended as a personal attack, you may use any vocabulary you desire.

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Punched sheriff wants to inhibit from demolition duty

 

DAVAO CITY -- The court sheriff who got blows from Mayor Sara Duterte for hastily implementing a writ of demolition in a village here has asked the court for his inhibition from future demolition activities in the area.

 

"Whatever act the undersigned may prefer in the implementation of the said writ of demolition may now be doubtful. This request is also intended to save demolition proceedings from doubt, considering what happened to me during the demolition," sheriff Abe Andres wrote in his Sheriff's Report submitted to Davao Regional Trial Court on Tuesday.

 

In the same report, Andres said he followed every procedure required before serving the writ of demolition and notice to vacate, and had these received by the parties involved and the government offices concerned.

 

Andres got several blows on the face and back from the irate Duterte when he implemented the court order last Friday in Barangay Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sr. in Soliman, Agdao, in spite of the mayor's request for a two-hour grace period.

 

In his report, Andres admitted receiving word from City Hall personnel around 8:40 a.m. that the mayor had asked to delay the demolition for two hours.

 

In turn, he told the City Hall staff to inform Judge Emmanuel Carpio of Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 16 about the request instead since his role is but ministerial and that he cannot act on the request.

 

He said he arrived in the area around 8:30 a.m. after a meeting in Sta. Ana Police Precinct where he informed the policemen and the representatives of the plaintiff that he has a written request for Geodetic Engineer Julius Irvin A. Perez to survey and mark the area affected by the writ of demolition.

 

He said that upon his arrival, he asked the residents to just cooperate and so the residents agreed that Perez will conduct the survey to mark out the areas defined in the court order.

 

By 9:30 a.m., he said, Police Senior Inspector Ronald Lao, Perez, and barangay captain Fulgencio Pavo informed him that the occupants were insisting that the survey be defined, claiming there were houses that were not covered by the demolition order but are in danger of being demolished. Again, Andres said, he told the men that unless he received no advice from the court about their request then he couldn't do anything about it.

 

Chaos broke out 10 minutes later although no demolition has yet started, as the occupants started throwing stones toward the police and the demolition team. Improvised arrows also flew, he said.

 

He said Duterte arrived around 9:55 a.m. and upon summoning him, punched him in the face several times.

 

However, police authorities here are training their sight not to the punching mayor but to her police escort caught by television cameras dragging the court sheriff toward Duterte at the height of the confrontation.

 

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Now, Im confused ………. Wasn’t it reported that he (Andres) had more than 4x days to execute the demolition order??????? And that he has until the 9th July to do it??????????

 

Wouldn’t it be common sense to grant the requested 2x hours and how could that imperil his job by granting that request?! And based on Andres own account of the incident – he was already informed by a Senior Police Officer that the people are agitated and contesting the survey of the houses covered for demolition.

 

Rightly or wrongly, demolition of ones home is always hot issue. And in PI – people are willing to die for it!!! Andres is a Sheriff and likely the Davao incident wasn’t his first job so he is no doubt what could be the outcome if he didn’t handle his admittedly difficult job with tact and diplomacy – instead of being pedantic and act like Caesar!

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easy44

Andres is a Sheriff and likely the Davao incident wasn’t his first job so he is no doubt what could be the outcome if he didn’t handle his admittedly difficult job with tact and diplomacy – instead of being pedantic and act like Caesar!

And, like Caesar's wife, Sara Duterte must be above suspicion. Unfortunately, she's not.

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And, like Caesar's wife, Sara Duterte must be above suspicion. Unfortunately, she's not.

 

 

True ………….. but Andres got it coming!!! I certainly have no sympathy for him!

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There you go again! It's not the law that is open to interpretation it's the punishment that's always debatable. The punishment is the reason for defense lawyers and appeal judges. If someone breaks the law by stealing something whether it's a loaf of bread or $1 million dollars has no bearing on the law. Both of the people broke the law..the law still stands..it's the punishment that is open to interpretation. Extenuating circumstances don't change the law. They may change the outcome of the trial and they may mitigate the punishment but they don't change the law. The law is never open to debate...it's the punishment and penalty that is debated. Mayors, Sheriffs, Judges and lawyers have no choice but to uphold the law..that is what they swore to do.

Dennis

 

 

I may not be knowledgeable as you do but AFAIK:

The Legislature - crafts the laws.

The Executive - implements the laws.

The Judiciary - INTERPRETS THE LAWS, thus why the debate between opposing lawyers in a courtroom to reason out which is the best interpretation of such law to apply and for the judge to decide.

 

Am i right or you are wrong? :shitstormretarded:

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You guys on the side of the mayor are in over your heads arguing with the opposition who have you trumped 10 times over! I am merely a cheer leader! LOLOL Go Bob! Go Rick!

Really? Neither you nor they live in this city and certainly you have never even visited Davao, so none of you are even remotely aware of the local dynamics other than what has been reported. Very easy for armchair critics, shielded by anonymity, sitting in Cebu and in Japan to spew moralistic pronouncements when they aren't even remotely connected to, or affected by, the events or any outcome.

 

I also find it somewhat strange that you should be acting as cheerleader for those who would wish to see the letter of the law upheld given that, yesterday, you announced how you had evaded the law. - an act seemingly supported by one of those whom you are supporting here! Could it be that the law should only be applied to others and not yourself?

 

Touché - or is it game, set and match! :shitstormretarded:

 

 

 

Mark

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Abe Andres, the Trial Court Sheriff, at the heart of this incident has now apologised to Mayor Sara Duterte and is now claiming that he was prepared to grant the Mayor's request to delay. Note that this is somewhat at odds with what he told the Chair of the City's Housing Department four days before the incident.

 

More from ABS-CBN News here.

 

 

Incidentally, tomorrow there will be a mass rally in Davao City in support of the Mayor, her father and her brother and it is almost certain that all local government offices will be closed for the duration. The streets are already being decorated with green ribbons as a show of support for the Dutertes.

 

 

 

Mark

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I may not be knowledgeable as you do but AFAIK:

The Legislature - crafts the laws.

The Executive - implements the laws.

The Judiciary - INTERPRETS THE LAWS, thus why the debate between opposing lawyers in a courtroom to reason out which is the best interpretation of such law to apply and for the judge to decide.

 

Am i right or you are wrong? :shitstormretarded:

If you are talking about the US...only the legislature can write a law.. The Judiciary (Court System) validates the law as either Constitutional or not and if it is found to be constitutional, implements the law..Sheriffs, Lawyers, Judges and Police Officers are part of the judiciary as they are "Officers of the Court" and they are all sworn to uphold the law and the Constitution...The Executive branch has nothing whatsoever to do with implementing laws.

Dennis

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Really? Neither you nor they live in this city and certainly you have never even visited Davao, so none of you are even remotely aware of the local dynamics other than what has been reported. Very easy for armchair critics, shielded by anonymity, sitting in Cebu and in Japan to spew moralistic pronouncements when they aren't even remotely connected to, or affected by, the events or any outcome.

 

I also find it somewhat strange that you should be acting as cheerleader for those who would wish to see the letter of the law upheld given that, yesterday, you announced how you had evaded the law. - an act seemingly supported by one of those whom you are supporting here! Could it be that the law should only be applied to others and not yourself?

 

 

 

 

 

Mark

 

You are killing me! LOLOL Simply put, there is no excuse for physically attacking an official of the court, regardless of her motivations, especially when you are the mayor and supposed to be setting the example. When you say that we are not well informed as we don't live there, Inform us! There is nothing thus far that anyone who lives there has put forward which warrants her actions! NOTHING! Enlighten me please!

 

If the same thing happened in the US or the UK etc..., they would be ousted from office I am sure!

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Abe Andres, the Trial Court Sheriff, at the heart of this incident has now apologised to Mayor Sara Duterte and is now claiming that he was prepared to grant the Mayor's request to delay. Note that this is somewhat at odds with what he told the Chair of the City's Housing Department four days before the incident.

 

More from ABS-CBN News here.

 

 

Incidentally, tomorrow there will be a mass rally in Davao City in support of the Mayor, her father and her brother and it is almost certain that all local government offices will be closed for the duration. The streets are already being decorated with green ribbons as a show of support for the Dutertes.

 

 

 

Mark

 

Mate, what else would you expect? They are trying to bury her mistake in a cloud of supportive fire/smoke and green ribbons! Does not justify her actions! Actually it shows how much they understand the implications of her wrongdoing to put on such a spectacle!

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Now, Im confused ………. Wasn’t it reported that he (Andres) had more than 4x days to execute the demolition order??????? And that he has until the 9th July to do it??????????

Not quite. The Judge issued a Stay Order which is in effect until July 9. Only then can the Sheriff execute the Demolition Order which the very same Judge granted a month ago. By attempting to execute the Order on July 1, the Sheriff was exceeding his authority, acted with undue haste and ignored a Court ruling obtained by the Mayor's office.

 

Andres is a Sheriff and likely the Davao incident wasn’t his first job so he is no doubt what could be the outcome if he didn’t handle his admittedly difficult job with tact and diplomacy – instead of being pedantic and act like Caesar!

This is not the first time that this Sheriff has acted with undue haste. He has previously been found guilty of that and was suspended without pay for 18 months on that occasion.

 

 

 

 

Mark

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