MANILA, Philippines – For red-tagging Manila judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar, former anti-insurgency spokesperson Lorraine Badoy is facing legal actions initiated by lawyers, and the Supreme Court itself.
On Tuesday, October 4, at least two legal actions were launched against Badoy. In the morning, lawyers led by former Philippine Bar Association president Rico Domingo filed a petition with the SC, asking the High Court to hold Badoy in contempt.
Later, the SC publicized a briefer, which announced that the High Court ordered Badoy why she should or should not be held in contempt for her actions against the Manila judge.
Watch Rappler reporter Jairo Bolledo as he explains and summarizes all the legal actions against the former anti-insurgency spokesperson. – Rappler.com