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Police charges in the Philippines

Discussion in 'Warnings and Dangers' started by Fred, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. Mattecube
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    Mattecube face the sunshine so shadows fall behind you Trusted Member

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  2. oss
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    oss Somewhere Staff Member

    I think you are talking to the lassie in the picture Boots ;) it's her country.
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  3. Bootsonground
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    I mean no disrespect to her but as the Yanks say..It is what it is!
    A mate here is going through annulment..First thing she did was file a physical abuse complaint via Barangay and Police blotter and then the case filed through the court..He never touched her,we all know that for a fact so her lawyer and her both fabricated B.S evidence.
    Like it or not...He is screwed and will lose EVERYTHING!!
    On many occasions this is standard procedure during annulments as leverage to take EVERYTHING!
    Certainly when the Filipino`s spouse is a long nose.. lol..

    Ask one of our Brit members here on this group (Mr Taylor) about non bailable charges..Oh..We cant as he`s still banged up in a hell hole after 5 years on remand.. Think he got 15 years but not sure about that anymore..
    Ask Markham about Filipino justice and spurious charges.. He knows more about that then any of us considering the case he was researching on behalf of a Brit and his jailed but innocent wife.
    For anyone that still has confidence in the R.P justice system after doing a bit of research...Go for it and I wish you luck..
    Bahala Ka!
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    @Fred Sorry to hear of your situation. I cannot help you with words of advice. My post will of course not be of much consolation to you nor a solution to your situation but your story can be useful to others who intend to settle in the Philippines in the same way you did. I notice that you posted this thread under “Warnings and Dangers”.

    In hindsight, is there anything you would have done differently?
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    True or not? This man’s advice is “always pay the first person”.

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    Yeah I know that we foreigners are vulnerable over there, and as you know I have met Mr Taylor personally at Marikina jail when he was on remand, I certainly would not like to be on his side of the bars.
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Fred,
    This must be very difficult for you. If things quieten down and your wife becomes more friendly again, she may realise that you could help her financially with the kids' upbringing. In the fullness of time money could make her less hostile.
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