Perhaps what Teddy Boy was commenting is our society's double standards when it comes to "seeking for justice". It is our very right to demand for justice especially if the crimes committed were against our national or collective values of honesty and integrity. But it is not our right to deny others their right no matter how "transparently guilty" they are. I fear that the case filed against Gloria Arroyo, because it was rushed, may even be dismissed due to technicalities (e.g. can the Regional Trial Court hold jurisdiction over an electoral sabotage case filed against an incumbent government official?).
But I leave the legal talk to the lawyers. After all, like what Teddy Boy Locsin said in his editorial, "Those who do not study law should not speak of it."
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