Supreme Court declines to weigh in

DZBB reports that Atty. Khan, spokesman of the Supreme Court, says that the high court cannot weigh into the issue at the present time.

Oppositionists say that they are not in favor of the resignation of Reps. Arroyo and Arroyo.

Manuel L. Quezon III.

2 thoughts on “Supreme Court declines to weigh in

  1. Would you or anyone else update us on how the US Court successfully had made use of Deep Throat’s wiretapped evidence, how it made an illegal evidence legal to make Nixon resign.) Thanks.

  2. Deepthroat didn’t wiretap anyone. He talked to the press. He provided info on how Nixon was conspiring to derail an investigation into Watergate, named after an apartment in which the Democrats had an office political operatives of Nixon broke into to get information. Nixon was tape recording conversations he had with people, including meetings during which he would give instructions that broke the law. When people found out about the tapes, investigators sent subpoenas for the tapes. Nixon invoked “executive privilege,” saying presidential records and such were beyond the long arm of the law; the Supreme Court said he could not invoke executive privilege and order the tapes handed over. I have an entry on this a few days back.

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