Started by niceako, February 08, 2011, 10:23:25 AM
Quote from: niceako on February 08, 2011, 02:31:55 PMstill from Inquirer:from Sen. Miriam Defensor-SantiagoThus, Santiago said, Reyes' wife and children would be obliged to restore whatever property may be proved to have been acquired by illegal means.In lieu of the deceased, Santiago said, the wife and their children may be summoned to the Senate hearing to investigate whether they have become liable under the Anti-Graft Act."This law prohibits any person and family relation, including the spouse or relatives by consanguinity or affinity in the third civil degree,"to capitalize or exploit such family relation by directly or indirectly receiving any pecuniary advantage from any other person having some business with the deceased in which the deceased had to intervene," she pointed out.If proven guilty, Santiago said, the wife, children, and in-laws could be charged under the Anti-Graft Act and punished with up to 15 years imprisonment, and with confiscation or forfeiture in favor of the government of any unexplained wealth manifestly out of proportion to his salaries and other lawful income.
Quote from: bukojob on February 08, 2011, 02:33:30 PM^ yun lang. pamilya nya naman ang hahabulin.. wrong move si angelo reyes...
Quote from: joshgroban on February 10, 2011, 02:53:52 PMQuote from: bukojob on February 08, 2011, 02:33:30 PM^ yun lang. pamilya nya naman ang hahabulin.. wrong move si angelo reyes...medyo nag urungan na nga yung mmga matatapang na senador e di na raw isasama sa iimbestigahan yung pamilya..... tsk tsk.... awa daw