Sep 27, 2017

Sen. Sotto Kakasuhan Ng Cybercrime Libel Case Ang SilentNoMorePh Dahil Sa Kinakalat Nitong Article!


Senators during the senate session could not hold their emotions due to an article that criticized them for allegedly not signing a resolution calling the government for an end to the killings of minors.

Voices were raised when Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III, Senators Richard Gordon, Manny Pacquiao, and Miguel Zubiri took the floor to condemn the attacks they, and three other majority senators, received for supposedly not joining their 16 colleagues in urging President Rodrigo Duterte to stop the senseless killings.

Aside from the four senators, Senate President Aquilino Pimentel, Senators Cynthia Villar, and Gregorio Honasan also failed to sign the Senate Resolution no. 516 released last Monday.

The senators explained that the resolution did not reach their office.

Sotto is set to file cybercrime libel case against the persons behind the said article of blog for publishing “stupid and silly” article entitled “Malacañang Dogs in the Senate: Pimentel, Sotto, Gordon, Villar, Zubiri, Honasan, Pacquiao.”

“Ang katangahan nila, hindi nakarating sa amin ‘yan. Walang nagpapirma sa akin niyan kaya hindi pwedeng sabihin na I did not sign. Now the offensive part is this, pagsunod niyan iniisa isa kaming pito at ang sasama ng sinabi,” Sotto said.

Sotto said he was only being kind because he will only file a cyberlibel case against them, “otherwise masalubong ko ‘to sa daan (if I come across them in the street), I will not be able to help myself. I will scatter their brains.”

Pacquiao also made a manifestation that no one asked him to sign the resolution as it did not pass through his office.

The boxer-turned-politician warned the “cowards” behind the alleged demolition job that he will not be afraid to face them.

Clenching his fist and cracking his knuckles, Pacquiao said: “Sana hindi mangyari na mapatawag siya sa Senado kundi…. If I’m not spiritually renewed, ayaw ko na bumalik sa dati kong buhay. Pinipilit ko magpakabait at gawin ang tama pero kapag ganyang mga klaseng tao, hindi ako magdadalawang isip para…”

Zubiri was also fuming mad when he delivered his manifestation.
“I would have signed (the resolution). I don’t know if this is a deliberate attempt to destroy us. Let’s call spade a spade… If you want to pick a fight with your colleagues, ‘wag duwag. Harap-harapan na lang (Don’t be coward. Do it face to face),” the senator said.

After being bypassed, Zubiri said they filed another resolution urging the Duterte administration to end the killings, not only of children and minors, but all extrajudicial and unresolved killings.

Other senators in the majority bloc also signed, including Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto, Senators Sonny Angara, Nancy Binay, Sherwin Gatchalian, Grace Poe, Joel Villanueva, and JV Ejercito.



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