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According to the clerk of court of RTC Branch 112 Atty. Joel Pelicano: As far as the order is concerned, within 5 days, there are no more extensions for Arroyo’s transfer to government hospital.
Same treatment will be given to Arroyo as what was given then to Estrada when he was placed under hospital arrest assures the court.
Elena Bautista-Horn says, they respect and will comply with the court’s order, but they would still seek legal remedies available to them.
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is medically fit and now capable of leaving the hospital.
CGMA’S Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Mario Ver testified in Pasay RTC court that CGMA has lower back pain only.
Dr. Ver said conservative management on CGMA’s lower back pain means bed rest, physical therapy. The said treatment may take weeks but can be treated as an out patient.
Earlier, the defense conceded that CGMA was already fit to go out of the hospital, then tried to blocked the testimony of the three doctors based on doctor-patient confidentiality.
Atty. Flaminiano of the defense stated that there’s no point to hear the testimony of Arroyo’s doctors anymore.
But since the RTC Judge wanted to really know the real medical status of CGMA.
The defense lawyers of CGMA moved to discuss CGMA’s medical condition in private so as not to divulge Arroyo’s medical records to the public.
Then the defense lawyers allowed only one doctor to testify among the three(3) doctors summoned by the court – Dr. Mario Ver.
COMELEC formally asked Pasay court to place Arroyo in detention facility.
Transfer of Rep. Gloria Arroyo in a detention facility almost sure according to Pasay RTC branch 112 clerk of court Joel Pelicano. But they still have to inspect the detention facilities maybe Monday next week. Because the court is also concerned with the security of Arroyo.
Meanwhile, Arroyo’s legal spokesperson Raul Lambino said that there is a standing order of the court for provisional hospital arrest of Arroyo.
That order remains standing at this point.
They have until Tuesday to submit their motion.
Lambino said motion for Arroyo’s house arrest will be formalized this Tuesday.
Arroyo feels she can recover faster if not confined in a hospital room. Doctors gave assurances she can continue recovery at home.
Weren’t the spokespersons saying her illness was life threatening ten days ago? Pants on fire!
|Opps I did it again, I am sorry lol!|
Since defense conceded that CGMA is already fit to go out of the hospital, they were trying to block the testimony of CGMA’s doctors based on doctor-patient confidentiality agreement.
Rep Gloria Arroyo’s lawyers refused to disclosed or discuss the contents of her medical records in public .
Arroyo’s lawyers ask court for an “in chamber” meeting to divulge Arroyo’s state of health, wants information confidential.
Comelec lawyer moved for Arroyo’s transfer to a government hospital instead of the house arrest being demanded by CGMA’s defense lawyer to establish the court’s full control of her detention.
FLASH NEWS: CGMA doctors are expected to attend court hearing in Pasay City RTC 112 today November 25, 2011. Media and security personnels are starting to fill-up the courtroom.
GMA’s doctors at St. Luke’s medical center are facing a dilemma to fake or not to fake GMA’s actual medical status.
Judge Mupas will decide today whether CGMA stays in St Luke’s or moved to police custody at Southern Police District.
Arroyo’s physicians at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Taguig City were torn between adhering to the doctor-patient privilege and disclosing the actual state of her health.
Doctors attending to former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo reportedly refused at one point to sign a medical certificate prepared by her lawyers.
One of the doctors even suggested that Arroyo be moved to another hospital, said a high government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the case.
For God’s sake GMA’s room @ St. Luke Medical Center cost P 50,000 a day. Pwera pa ng medicines at doctor’s fee. Ordinary Juan could not even get that kind of money in 6 months. Because of all the taxes and deductions on their salaries. Bakit mo naman pinapalipat dok? Sayang naman kikitain ninyo.
GMA is already fine. But the doctors are facing a dilemma on whether they can release this information because they are being prevented from doing so.
What else is new? People with so much money and used to have so much power always resort to lies so they can run away from justice. Lulusot at lulusot yan.
Pansinin mo naman, nagpapaawa si GMA, bakit di ka maawa?
Katulad ng ibang karamihan na mayaman na nga at lalo pang yumaman sa pulitika. Ano ang kaibahan niya?
Napag muni-muni ko dapat pala talaga kung magnanakaw ka aba’y damihan mo na para may pangbayad ka sa ospital para sayong “hospital arrest” kung sakaling mabalikan ka ng karma sa hinaharap. O di kaya ay may pamasahe ka papuntang ibang bansa para makakuha ka ng Political Assylum.
So ayan peeps antabayanan ang susunod na kabanata sa hindi matapos tapos na drama sa tunay na buhay ni CGMA.
Mag iiwan ako ng tanong, pwedeng pakisagot?
Kung ikaw ang doktor ni CGMA ano ang gagawin mo?
PAALALA: PATNUBAY NG MAGULANG AY KAILANGAN.
These mug shots of former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo did not come from the Pasay City Regional Trial Court which has refused to release the police photos. Sources who requested anonymity sent the photos to the Inquirer. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
The photographs was taken frontally and sideways. It showed the former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo wearing a neck brace after police formally placed her under arrest for electoral sabotage, a charge is now pending in the Pasay City Regional Trial Court Branch 112.
|Photos from Mugshots|
No specific order
“There’s no specific court order but Judge Mupas directed us not to release the mug shots,” according to a court employee.
“One of the defense lawyers manifested before the court that any release of the photos will affect the constitutional rights and interests of their client.”
Any media entity seeking to publish the mug shots now in the hands of the court must put its request in writing and file it with the court, Pelicano said.
Bayan Muna Representative Neri Colmenares defended the publication of Arroyo’s mug shots. In a text message, he said: “There is no reason not to publish Gloria’s mug shots, considering that this is a public document.” With a report from Gil Cabacungan Jr. Inquirer
PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES,
CRIM. CASE NO. R-PSY-11-04432-CR
FOR. VIOLATION OF SEC. 42 (b)(3)
OF R.A. NO. 9369 AMENDING
SECTION 27 (b) of R.A. no. 6646
CONG. GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO
GOV. ANDAL AMPATUAN SR.,
ATTY. LINTANG BEDOL
x————————————x WARRANT OF ARREST
TO ANY OFFICER OF THE LAW
You are hereby commanded to arrest CONG. GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO who is said to be found at given postal address at La Vista, Quezon City; GOV. ANDAL AMPATUAN SR., who is said to be found at given address at c/o Camp, Bagong Diwa Taguig, M.M., and ATTY. LINTANG BEDOL who is said to be found at given address c/o PNP Custodial Center, Camp Crame, Quezon City or elsewhere in the Philippines and has been charged before this Court with the offense of VIOL. OF SEC. 42(b)(3) of R.A. no. 9369 AMENDING SECTION 27 (b) of R.A. no. 6646 (ELECTORAL SABOTAGE) and bring them forthwith before this court to be dealt with according to law. That the same should not be returned unless accused is apprehended:
The bail for the release of the accused in the case is fixed at NO BAIL RECOMMENDED FOR EACH ACCUSED which may be furnished by the said accused either by depositing the amount thereof with the nearest collector of internal revenue, or provincial, or city or municipal treasurer who should transmit the same to this Court or by furnishing a personal bail subscribed by two or more solvent sureties whose solvency may be shown by their land tax receipts and certificate of title free from encumbrances and determined by any Judge of Regional Trial Court, Circuit Judge, City or Municipal Judge who may accept the bail and transmit the same to this court. The peace officer making the arrest are hereby authorized to discharge from custody the accused after furnishing bail in the manner herein–above indicated, which must be stated in return hereof.
Pasay City, Metro Manila, November 18, 2011.
JESUS B. MUPAS
November 18, 2011
Respectfully referred to the PNP Station Commanders of Quezon City and Pasay City, the Director of NBI, and PNP Provincial Commander of ___ & CISC/CIDG for service. Compliance is hereby required under Sec. 4, Rule 113 of the 1985 Rules of Criminal Procedure, to read as follows:
Sec. (4) Execution of Warrant. The Head of the Office to whom the warrant of arrest has been delivered for execution shall cause the warrant to be executed within ten (10) days from receipt hereof. With ten (10) days after the expiration of such period, shall make the return to the judge who issued the warrant and, in case of hi failure to execute the same, shall state the reasons thereof.
ATTY. JOEL PELICANO
Clerk of Court V
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PNP’s Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said Arroyo’s husband Mike Arroyo, son Rep. Dato, former members of GMA cabinet, ex DILG Ronnie Puno, ex Solicitor General Devena and CGMA lawyer Atty. Jose Flaminiano were present during the serving of arrest warrant.
Warrant was issued at around 4:30 p.m. and was served at around 6:30 p.m. according to PNP. Police said Arroyo showed no reaction while warrant was being served, her lawyers promised to cooperate. She didn’t talk. She just nod.
Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said CGMA lawyer Atty. Jose Flamiano stopped Senior Superintendent Coronel from reading her the Miranda doctrine. Atty Jose Flamiano waived her client’s right to be read her Miranda rights because she might be unduly stressed. No pictures was allowed, they want dignity for GMA.
PNP said there are security personnel now guarding outside GMA’s room. She is under police custody but CGMA is being allowed to stay in the hospital due to her health condition.
Mug shots and finger printing to be done tomorrow. PNP said Arroyo camp may just provide a photo for the mugshot. And as a courtesy to the former president the PNP allowed CGMA to remain in the hospital until she gets stronger.
Senior Superintendent James Bucayo said they wanted to ask Arroyo’s doctors for updates to check if she can be transferred to detention facility or not but they were nowhere to be found. So they will be back tomorrow to ask the doctors of CGMA to determine if and when they can take GMA out of the hospital and put her in SPD detention facility in Taguig.
The CIDG has also served in Bicutan the arrest warrant against Andal Ampatuan Sr., another respondent in the electoral sabotage case.
A warrant of arrest has been issued by Judge Jesus Mupas of Pasay Regional Trial Court Branch 112 @ past (four) 4 p.m. against former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo who is facing charges of electoral sabotage filed by the Commission on Elections’ (Comelec) @ around 10 a.m. today Friday, November 18, 2011.
Pasay RTC process server Ismael Cuerdo has turned over the warrant of arrest against Arroyo to the Pasay City police.
The court also issued warrants of arrest against former Maguindanao Governor Andal Ampatuan Sr. and former Comelec supervisor in Maguindanao Atty. Lintang Bedol.
Electoral sabotage is a non-bailable offense.
Pasay RTC hearing regarding motion for issuance of hold departure order will be scheduled next week.
Supreme Court acknowledges that Arroyo can no longer leave due to the arrest warrant issued by the lower court.
Seems DOJ Sec. De Lima outsmarted the Supreme Court. The same day SC says Arroyo can leave the country, case and arrest warrant was filed against GMA.
According to MIAA GM Honrado the Arroyos’ cancelled flight with Singapore Airline flight SQ 919 which is scheduled to leave at past 5 this afternoon.
Camera up, lights on as local press anticipate arrival of authority who will serve the arrest warrant to GMA at St. Luke’s Medical Center at the Fort.