When will they put closure to Vizconde Case?

@EdnaReyes (2628)
Philippines
June 28, 2011 11:11pm CST
I am just wondering with all of the recent media blitz about Vizconde case, when will they put closure to this case? The accused has been found not guilty beyond reasonable doubts by the supreme court and can not be put again in trial for reason of double jeopardy. Now what are they up to, with all these press conferences making points after points of saying that Hubert and company are the guilty ones?The people are crying enough for this, let the victims have their peace now!
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
Hi Edna! Glad to find your discussion about the issue. The massacre case is almost prescribing and if after such prescription and nothing has been filed, the supposed criminal will be considered a free man. If we speak about closure, there is no closure so to speak because justice has not prevailed. It may be true, Hubert's guilt was not proven, but that does not mean that he is not the culprit. At his side, he gets the justice as the court favored him - acquittal. What about the victim - Mr. Lauro? It is left to the people who to believe and the conscience of the real culprit.
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@EdnaReyes (2628)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
Hi Maean, I think justice has been given for both parties...Gods has its won of giving justice and we must not question and be above it.Happy mylotting.
@xtedaxcvg (3191)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
How can you say justice has been given to a man who, up to now, doesn't know who killed her wife and two daughters? Since the accused had been set free, the case is now in the dark. Who really killed the three Vizcondes?
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@EdnaReyes (2628)
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
It is not for us to ask who killed them, but to ask why people can't have forgiveness in their hearts? Both the Vizconde and the Webb and company have suffered a lot and it's time for us to give them peace by not commenting and giving merits and demerits of the case that has been decided by the high court as well as by the Heavenly court. Time for us to say amen and leave them alone. Let us be more considerate and don't bite in what the media people are giving us for they alone benefit for these media blizts about Visconde case.
@gjabaigar (2101)
• Philippines
30 Jun 11
Don't watch Television News or read the News Papers. Period. and actually I don't care. hahahahaha. There are a lot of things to do and not just on minding ancient historical events. There are still a lot of pile of stacks of cases to dig and still unresolved. But, we still have to stand-up and move on.
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@EdnaReyes (2628)
• Philippines
30 Jun 11
yes, we have to stand up and move on...but how when every now and then these media people give us their garbage works!
@alphenor (687)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
There's just one person who's persistent on getting "justice". We all know who this man is.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
Yes, in the end, He will to judge the right killer. By then, surely that person cannot enter heaven.
@greenpeas (999)
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
I would have accepted the verdict of the SC if not for the fact that some of its justices have been influenced by Freddie Webb to overturn the decision against his son. Freddie Webb spent a fortune by now - and have done his job well to clean up before his son's crimes. It started with Biong burning the evidences, and the original witnesses who suddenly backed out because of fear and compensations. NBI, the government law enforcement office handling the case should get the blame too for bungling the case from the beginning. All the evidences destroyed and ungathered, all the competences thrown out of the window in favor of lousy theatrics that later backfired. There are talks now that the DNA specimen collected from the crime scene did not get lost - it was destroyed upon Freddie Webb's payment of a multimillion sum of bribe to one or more corrupt NBI agents. Ever find it strange that Freddie Webb asks competently where the DNA evidence was if he knew it will implicate his son, and then surprise its gone! Lauro Vizconde's only fault is he was not influenced, rich and resourceful enough like Freddie Webb. Hubert Webb is one lucky guy. He and his friends may go scot-free, but there is justice that Freddie Webb will never be able to buy, and its not in this world.
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
I hope all will end well. It may be sad for Mang Lauro that the result or final decision of the Vizconde case was not favorable to him. I hope the decision was based on merits. Sorry I did read the whole decision yet.
@louievill (17724)
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
hi Edna, I'm sorry to say this but I do not think there will be a closure to this one, it would just remain a cold case filebecause of the stupid way they handled all the evidences including what could have been a good source of DNA sample that might have forever ended all speculation and with present technology could be matched to the data bank. 100 hundred or more years from now people I guess would still be speculating and guessing who the culprits are, similar to Jack the Ripper's true identity, sigh, I'm sorry.....
@xtedaxcvg (3191)
• Philippines
29 Jun 11
The DOJ has found new witnesses and pieces of evidence that should have been used against Hubert et al. There were also pieces of evidence that were either tampered or destroyed. Who's at fault? Who else, the lousy, good-for-nothing NBI.