Posers after Pemberton case resolution | Inquirer Opinion

Posers after Pemberton case resolution

04:26 AM December 12, 2015

1. IF THE killer of transgender woman Jennifer Laude were a Filipino and not a US Marine, would the Laude family (and their spinmeisters, evidently from the Left) go viral to the point of badgering President Aquino in order to gain special attention?

2. What moral lesson can the Laude family impart to their fellow Filipinos, especially to the youth, from this

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incident?

3. Can Jennifer, as the family breadwinner, be a good model for the youth, what with the court’s award of more than P4 million or $97,258,

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inclusive of the humongous attorney’s fee?

Of course, no life lost can ever be compensated with money.

May Jennifer rest in peace now that the case is over (except that her killer looks like he is not going to

be jailed like an ordinary Filipino

convict).

—RUDY MEDENILLA,

[email protected]

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