Court of Appeals stops what could have been Mary Jane Veloso’s first-time testimony on her ordeal.
Category: OFWs & Migration
“Finally, after protracted and tedious legal wrangling over quite novel circumstances, Mary Jane will be able to freely tell her whole story and cruel ordeal which will be officially considered by the Philippine trial court.
“The government’s failure in the early stages of the trial to provide Pawa with a lawyer made an unfavorable verdict possible.”
Maria Kristina Sergio’s travel records revealed that she went abroad five times in 2008, 14 times in 2009, nine times in 2010 and twice in 2011.
Overseas Filipino workers and Filipino immigrants in different parts of the world added their voices in denouncing the burial of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB). Migrante International chapters in Hong Kong, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Canada, United…
“It is a settled fact that the private complainant is a death row prisoner having been convicted of drug trafficking in the Republic of Indonesia.” By JONAS ALPASAN Bulatlat MANILA – A Nueva Ecija court upheld its earlier decision to allow Mary Jane Veloso, the Filipina on death row in Indonesia, to testify against her…
The women’s partylist hoped that with President Duterte’s statement, no woman will have the same fate as Irma Jotojot.
“We ask the Duterte administration to do everything to win the domestic case against Mary Jane’s traffickers.”
The family of an OFW who met an accident abroad is determined to make his recruitment agency pay for their negligence.
“My family maybe poor, but I would never be involved in illegal drugs…I am innocent.”
“The situation at hand presents a distinct factual milieu. The private complainant Mary Jane Veloso is not sick or infirm.”