Thinking Pinoy Lambasts Inquirer for Citing Wikipedia in an Article About Sen. Cayetano's Citizenship


One of the country's most prominent social media personality Thinking Pinoy lambasts Inquirer, a leading news daily allegedly involved in biased reporting against Pres. Duterte when they cited Wikipedia as their bases of Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano's citizenship.


According to Thinking Pinoy, the author of the latest article of Inquirer is no other than US-based lawyer Rodel Rodis who cited Wikipedia as the bases of Sen. Cayetano's citizenship. The write attacked Sen. Cayetano by questioning the senator's citizenship on the ground that the latter was born to an American mother an a Filipino father.


The Inquirer article was written by Rodis without consulting first the side of Sen. Cayetano and even without checking Comelec case records showing that he points he raised have been resolved long ago.

In an article written by Thinking Pinoy on Facebook titled "Loida Pal Launches Demolition Job vs. Cayetano," he revealed that the Inquirer author belongs to Loida Nicolas-Lewis' Global Filipin Diaspora Council, an anti-administration group that shared the center stage with Robredo chief propagandist Pete Silva in #LeniLeaks.

Here's the Complete Statement of Thinking Pinoy:


LOIDA PAL LAUNCHES DEMOLITION JOB VS CAYETANO
Citing Wikipedia (lol), US-based lawyer Rodel Rodis wriote an article attacking Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano's citizenship on the ground that the latter was born to an American mother and a Filipino father, without consulting Cayetano's side on the matter and without checking Comelec case records showing that the points he raised have been resolved long ago, according to Cayetano in a Facebook live session conducted 14 hours after the article's publication (http://bit.ly/2mLVare

).

Well, I am not surprised.

Rodis belongs to Loida Nicolas-Lewis' Global Filipino Diaspora Council, a rabidly anti-Administration group that shared the center stage with Robredo chief propagandist Pete Silva in #LeniLeaks (http://bit.ly/2jiRzCc

).

Now, I presume that Rodis should be a pretty good lawyer for him to be made part of Inquirer's US Bureau.

Reviews about him, however, suggest otherwise.

Rodis' Avvo reviews indicate that he's "unprofessional", "awful", a "nightmare" and "just horrible" (http://bit.ly/2mLLWeD
).

Avvo is an online legal marketplace where users can post reviews of their experiences with lawyers.

One of Rodis' clients wrote a report in 2014 that reads:

"Rodel Rodis represented my family in a trust dispute, and came across as unprofessional in his correspondence, and significantly incredibly unknowledgeable regarding trust laws and litigation. He was embarrassing in his representation."

Is this the same reason why Rodis reportedly closed down his San Francisco offices (http://bit.ly/2nqfBNE
)?

Inquirer, are people like Rodis good enough to write for your paper?

SERIOUSLY? A WRITER WHO CITES WIKIPEDIA?
Source: Thinking Pinoy FB Page

Thinking Pinoy Lambasts Inquirer for Citing Wikipedia in an Article About Sen. Cayetano's Citizenship Thinking Pinoy Lambasts Inquirer for Citing Wikipedia in an Article About Sen. Cayetano's Citizenship Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 3/16/2017 Rating: 5

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