MANILA, Philippines — The Supreme Court granted the show cause order for former National Task Force to End Local Armed Conflict (NTF-Elcac) spokesperson Lorraine Badoy, to explain why she should not be held in indirect contempt for her statements against Manila Regional Trial Court Judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar.
Badoy was given 30 non-extendible days upon notice to submit his explanation.
Badoy also has to swear his answers to issues such as if he posted something on social media criticizing the decision of Judge Marlo Malagar who declared that the CPP-NPA is not a terrorist organization and if what he posted on his social media account has violent words against such a judge.
“THIS COURT. Further, she must respond to the following issues under oath:
i. Whether or not she posted or caused the posting of the statements attacking the September 21, 2022 Resolution rendered by the Regional Trial Court in Civil Case No. R MNL-18-00925-CV in any or all of her social media accounts;
ii. Whether or not her social media post encouraged more violent language against the judge concerned in any or all of her social media platforms;
iii. Whether or not her post, in the context of social media and in the experience of similar incendiary comments here or abroad, was a clear incitement to produce violent actions against a judge and is likely to produce such act; and
iv. Whether or not her statements on her social media accounts, implying violence on a judge,” saad sa resolusyon. Teresa Tavares
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