- posedly delisted from the list of heinous crimes that are punishable by death under a congressional proposal that is seen as good as passed by lawmakers who fully support President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on criminality and other social evils.
measure sticks to the original P50 million as the threshold amount for plunder.
and still not be tagged as a plunderer but perhaps as only an ordinary lawbreaker.
because you are a fat bureaucrat with unblockable access to big-ticket government contracts where oodles can be made
Betraying their self-serving motives even as they vow to uphold the rule of law and the delivery of justice through as voracious predators of taxpayers.
Clerks in the civil service make do with salaries that cannot afford them a house right away or send their children to good themselves with a few thousands.
- with the idea of getting rich and quick.
is within their reach and who are they to resist the temptation that all mortals fall for?
- ently thinks that plunder and the plunderers can be stamped
scaling down should dampen the avarice of the would-be plunderers in our midst.
should be treated as a heinous crime that should be dealt with capital punishment.
- newspaper article.
- were minimum wage earners.
anti-poor. The Supreme Court had also pointed out that there
- erful sections of society manage to manipulate courts and escape accountability.”
It could be referring to plunderers who hog the headlines for lawmakers or celebrity entertainers.
the death penalty bill has not exempted plunder as a heinous crime deserving of capital punishment.