WHEN THE INC DETRACTORS USED THE “DECISION OF THE COURT OF APPEALS REGARDING ROSITA TRILLANES’ LIBEL CASE” IN PROVING THAT BROTHER FELIX Y. MANALO IS GUILTY OF RAPE AND IMMORAL ACTS:
ASK THEM TO REFUTE THE FOLLOWING:
(1) That this decision was made by a Japanese sponsored court, taking their authority from the Imperial Japanese forces;
(2) That this decision was made by a court under the direct and full supervision and direction of the commander-in-chief of the Imperial Japanese forces in the Philippines;
(3) That Brother Felix Y. Manalo had conflicts with the Imperial Japanese forces that resulted to Japanese harassment of Brother Felix Y. Manalo, arrested him many times, commanded him to step down as Executive Minister of the Iglesia Ni Cristo, and made attempt to destroy his integrity and credibility;
(4) That during the Japanese occupation period, those that will not follow the will of the Imperial Japanese forces will be executed like what the Japanese did to Jose Abad Santos, the then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, who was executed by the Japanese for not following their will.
(5) Even some of the Justices of the Supreme Court established right after the Liberation questioned the "credibility" of the judicial proceedings during the Japanese occupation period;
(6) That on January of 1942, the Japanese declared that all judicial courts in the Philippines were under the jurisdiction of the commander-in-chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces; on the early month of 1942, Brother Felix Y. Manalo had conflicts with the Japanese and arrested him several times; on April 21 of 1942, Rosita Trillanes and company made an appeal to the Court of Appeals about their libel case (they were convicted by the lower court on January of 1941); on May of 1942, the Chief Justice of the Supre Court of the Philippines, Jose Anad santos, was executed by the Imperial Japanese forces; and on July of 1942, the Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the lower court regarding Rosita’s libel case and went further in calling Brother Felix Y. Manalo as a “man of low morals” (the Court of Appeals decision was published by the Philippine Gazette, the national newspaper of the Philippine government that during that time under the full control of the Imperial Japanese forces).
Failure in refuting these arguments is failure to established the "credibility" of the said "decision" of the Japanese sponsored Court of Appeals regarding the Rosita Trillanes' libel case.
For the Full Story Behind the "Rosita Trillanes' Letter" and the "Japanese Sponsored Court of Appeals' Decision regarding Rosita Trillanes' Libel Case" Please Read:
DID BROTHER FELIX Y. MANALO RAPED ROSITA TRILLANES?
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