Prosecution mentions ‘shabu’ over De Lima at Muntilupa court

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De Lima Breakthrough

Staunch Duterte pundit Senator Leila de Lima’s arraignment may have been put off, however her camp score a

“breakthrough” in one of the two medication cases she is looking before the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court, her legal advisor said.

 

For the “first time,” the indictment, amid a hearing, named methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu as the unlawful

medication they blame the restriction representative for exchanging,  attorney Boni Tacardon.

 

“This is the first occasion when that they conceded na shabu crude ‘yung dina-tranquilize exchange ni Senator de Lima,” he said.

 

The indictment put forth the expression in the wake of being asked by the judge at the Muntinlupa RTC Branch 206

what drugs they were alluding to in their charges against her, Tacardon said.

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De Lima camp file motion

De Lima’s camp on Friday documented a movement to subdue the correct data after their

movement for reexamination was denied.

 

It can be review that the arraignment had change their criminal data from illicit medication exchanging to

intrigue to perpetrate unlawful medication exchanging.

 

After documenting the movement to subdue, the judge request that her camp make an indication, which

they use to offer the conversation starter Tacardon said they have dependably been asking the arraignment:

where and what are the medications associate with the case?

 

“Si judge mismo, tinanong ang arraignment, ano ba ‘yung drugs na sinasabi niyo dito. ‘Yung arraignment, di

nakasagot agad, at bigla niyang sinabi, ‘shabu,'” Tacardon said.

 

“We’re anticipating that them should be predictable with their position… It is critical in light of the fact that

they need to demonstrate the presence of the medications,” he included clarifying that it was so vital to be

particular with respect to what sort of illicit medication the indictment is blaming her for planning to exchange.

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Arraignment Remark

The arraignment was give five days to remark on the movement to suppress, and her attorneys will be give five

days after that to document their answer.

De Lima won’t be formally peruse the charges at Branch 206 until June 22; a similar methodology at Branch 205

was move to August 10, said her media relations officer.

 

In the interim, De Lima was request to present her schedule for June 3, the day she request to be allow a leave

of absence to go to her child’s graduate school graduation.

 

The arraignment additionally needs to remark on De Lima’s arguing inside five days, Tacardon said.

Security was by and by tight amid the court procedures on Friday morning.

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De Lima Repeat Again

Flank by a thick mass of policemen, De Lima, repeat what she has continually said — President Rodrigo Duterte

is “obviously unfit” to hold the most elevated position in the land.

 

“Dapat naman talagang mag-leave. Hindi karapat-dapat. He is unmistakably unfit to be President. So unfit,”

she yelled to the media as her watchmen introduced out of the building.

 

She is a standout amongst the most vocal pundits of the president.

 

On Thursday, expelled boss equity Maria Lourdes Sereno — who is turning out to be a commentator as furious –

additionally challenged Duterte to leave for his assumed affirmation of his part in her expulsion from office.

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