St. Scholastica’s College VP ‘ashamed’ of 'kulasa" judge who convicted Ressa

St. Scholastica’s College VP ‘ashamed’ of 'kulasa" judge who convicted Ressa



The Departments of Communication and Political Science of the Ateneo de Manila University - Loyola Schools has already made a joint statement slamming the convictions of Rappler’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and founder and its former reporter Reynaldo Santos, Jr.
The joint statement said the conviction as "the Duterte administration's latest attempt to dismantle the checks and balances of a democratic society."


As expected St. Scholastica’s College (SSC) administrator has expressed her dismay regarding the Manila Regional Trial Court’s decision to convict Ressa and Santos.


SSC vice president for external affairs Sr. Mary John Mananzan OSB
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SSC vice president for external affairs Sr. Mary John Mananzan OSB said shes ashamed of the presiding judge of the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 36 judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesasince she is a graduate of St. Scholastica College.


“I strongly condemn the conviction of Maria Ressa And Reynaldo Santos Jr. by Judge Rainelda Estacio Montesa. I am ashamed that she studied in St. Scho. I am sad that she did not learn the values of a Scholastican education,” Mananzan said in her Facebook post.
“Whatever successes you may have attained I am afraid you are a failure as a Scholastican. Some consolation is that Maria Ressa is also a Scholastican,” she added.





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