Lawyer Blasts Some Human Right Advocates On Criticizing Convicts, “Hindi ba tao ang Convict?”

Lawyer Blasts Some Human Right Advocates On Criticizing Convicts

The congressional probe on the proliferation of illegal drugs inside New Bilibid Prison (NBP) started on Wednesday, wherein big-time drugs lords confessed how Senator Leila De Lima received drug money.

Present on the first day of investigation on Tuesday are the witnesses of Department of Justice namely Rodolfo Magleo, Herbert Colanggo, and former Bureau of Corrections officer-in-charge Rafael Ragos and National Bureau of Investigation agent Jovencio Ablen Jr.

On the probe, there are moments when Herbert Colanggo seems not serious or was merely laughing. Some critics said that he was being rude on the investigation.

Thus, a lawyer and archaeologist Trixie Cruz-Angeles speaks up about it.

Hala, kung makaangal ng human rights violations ng drug pushers, wagas. Pagtapos ang tingin mo sa mga convict hindi tao? Pag natawa sila, nagagalit ka, kesyo sino sila para makipag usap ng ganyan sa mga kongresista. Sobra kung maka react sa grant ng immunity -- haller? Reclusion perpetua po sila. Kahit di na mapatungan ng kaso, di sila makakalabas any time soon.

Saan kayo nakahugot ng ganyang klaseng pagmamaliit? Condescending much?
Her post has gone viral on Facebook and netizens also shared their sentiments on the comment section.

May nagsabi. Paano mo daw papaniwalaan ang testimonya ng isang convict.
Sabi ko oh cge na nga ikaw na! Sila na! Einstein! Magdodonate ako ng isang sakong kape para magising tong mga to sa katotohanan.Sneering at the fact that these witnesses are convicts, anyway, implying their unreliability.
Use your coconut. The investigation is about drug trade in the Bilibid. Who do you expect? Your third grade teacher?
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