As of the moment, Filipinos are divided on Jun Lozada and his testimony. People are either believing him, doubting him or don’t even care to know.
I doubt him. While he seems to have a lot of knowledge of the mothballed National Broadband Network – ZTE project, he cannot support this with strong evidence.
As you know, its always easy to accuse someone of something. The problem is, words can be damaging and may lead people to judge people.
With the Philippines’ sensationalist media, personalities involved are being tried by publicity. It seems that people have forgotten the we all have the “Presumption of Innocence.”
I am not entirely convinced by his crying and being holy. By the many showbiz personalities behind the Anti-PGMA faction, they could have honed his acting skills. Even the devil can quote the Holy Bible (Matthew 4:6) and seem holy.
It may be possible that if he was able to “moderate” the greed of the parties involved, none of the noise would have happened. He may have been part of the scam and may have pocketed something in the process.
Disclaimer: I am not in anyway connected or receiving payment from the current administration. This is my opinion and everyone is entitled to one.
The pictures you’re seeing are from Mr. Jun Lozada‘s Friday testimony at the Philippine Senate regarding an alleged overpriced and highly corrupted proposed government contract. The first picture, on the very top, is a close-up of Mr. Lozada with two catholic nuns behind him. These nuns were wearing a cross, which is not out of the ordinary. Net-25 censored the image of the cross by it whiting-out. Obscuring it as if hiding a brand or something nude. It is as if a cross is something obscene.
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