Retired Commodore Rex Robles Defends Nicanor Faeldon After Dismissal from BuCor


Retired Philippine Navy Commodore Rex Robles defends former Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) Director General Nicanor Faeldon who was dismissed earlier by Pres. Rody Duterte from service, after the controversial GCTA Law issue which went viral not only on social media but also on social media.


According to Commodore Rex Robles, one of those who investigated Sen. Antonio Trillanes and company's involvement in the Oakwood Mutiny, he revealed on his latest social media post that he is willing to put his dignity at risk in defending Nic Faeldon.



The veteran commander of a naval reserve unit, stated that before Faeldon's enemies fall over themselves in ecstacy at his removal from office, he wanted to state categorically that in his judgment, Faeldon has adhered faithfully to both letter and spirit of the law and has not done anything to deviate from the procedure that his 9 predecessors have followed since the law was applie decades ago.

Robles also challenged those critics of Faeldon to debate with him, he even note that those who wanted a detailed on what he knew right now, he is willing to go anywhere in Metro Manila for that purpose.

Commodore Rex Robles also stated that if anyone can prove him wrong in his assertion that Faeldon is totally innocent, he is prepared to humiliate himself by swallowing copies of the Inquirer and printouts of Rappler articles, two outfits whose products I find profoundly emetic.



Read the Complete Stament of Rex Robles:

ON NICK FAELDON
By Rex Robles

Before Faeldon's enemies fall over themselves in ecstacy at his removal from office, let me state categorically that in my judgment, he has adhered faithfully to both letter and spirit of the law and has not done anything to deviate from the procedure that his 9 predecessors have followed since the law was applied decades ago.

All the learned and experienced lawyers present last night in the early dinner at Faeldon's quarters which I attended were firm in their judgment to this effect, (to include the incisive and brilliant presentation of a young civilian lady lawyer who disarmingly made me aware of the nuances involved) .

Those who want a detailed account can have coffee with me (at my invitation and expense) and I am willing to go anywhere in Metro Manila for that purpose. If anyone can prove me wrong in my assertion that Faeldon is totally innocent, I am prepared to humiliate myself by swallowing copies of the Inquirer and printouts of Rappler articles, two outfits whose products I find profoundly emetic.

If I have to suffer for my convictions, so be it! Just a gentle reminder: study the law carefully before accepting my challenge. I will be merciless to the unprepared.

By the way, those suggesting a lifestyle check on Faeldon might be interested to know that by tomorrow, after vacating his official govt quarter, he will be homeless.

He lives as a squatter in a sister's house which he will also have to vacate in a few days when the sister returns from living abroad. Up to this time, he doesn't have a house of his own!

Source: Rex Robles


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