Videos: Defense Panel clears various aspects of the Corona Impeachment Trial

Here are videos from the Defense Panel of Chief Justice Renato Corona unfolds today. This will hopefully bring out and put into clear focus the various aspects of the on-going trial. This is with Dean Jose “Judd” Roy, III.


“Malacanang’s Grand Plan”
“100,000,000 ways to dangle a yellow carrot”
“Why the Defense presscon was necessary”
“High accepetance of the Chief Justice’s acquittal and drop in aquino’s acceptance rating”

Here is the second of the Defense Chronicles featuring Atty. Felisberto “Junoy” Verano.


The right time for the Chief Justice to come out in the open”
“What if the impeachment is prematurely stopped?”
“Senator-Prosecutors to the rescue”

You may subscribe to the Defense Chronicles You Tube Channel featuring the Impeachment Hearing’s Defense Panel as they expound on the major highlights of the on-going trial at the Senate!

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