PERJURY CHARGES TO FOLLOW? Court Racism/Bias/Incompetence/Lies? W11

Rex Absin
Almira-Absin-Azpired

We have a few more questions from case history workers and a deluge of questions from the general public. Were these 2 both involved? It is wrong to speculate, however it looks very much like Hesiquinto Absin, Ms Almira Absin / Johnson will now face perjury charges. Who is guilty? Almira or the Judge?

Question 1 was >> Can the plaintiff prove that the land stated to be Hesiquinto Absin’s was in fact paid for by the plaintiff and can the plaintiff prove that Hesiquinto Absin was a third party and was not interested in ‘stealing’ the lands for himself?

Answer YES. Please see following documents showing transfer of money from UK to HSBC (Note** this is a Joint account with funds placed purely by the plaintiff)  bank (£20,000) and transfer and purchase on 17th Feb 2003 of the lands for Pesos 750,000 ( Approx £8,000 at that time).

Read in conjunction with Atty Guiab’s legal paperwork’s supplied in the ‘who done it and why? The only suspect! W6 report @ https://london-masonic.co.uk/2019/05/12/is-it-safe-in-the-philippines-w6/

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Is it safe in the Philippines?
Is it safe in the Philippines?

Question 2 was >> Can the plaintiff prove that in the Almira / Evelyn Tan case there was in fact a pension scheme (in fact 2) entered into and that sums of money were paid?

Answer YES. >> Proof of payment received by Almira /Evelyn Tan but no proof of receipt by Pru life. The Account had lapsed. Which means somebody was keeping the money and not paying it to Pru Life. Proof also shows spouse refusing to use married name. This must be with a knowledge that she never intended to stay. You can see the Agent’s name Evelyn Tan (a relation to the spouse), also the date (when the court stated she was in Korea she was in fact in Shanghai, China), and that the plaintiff was not just a general teacher. Here he was a General Director. (A few days before promotion to general director and dean).

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Is it safe in the Philippines?
Is it safe in the Philippines?
Is it safe in the Philippines?

Question 3 was >> Can the plaintiff prove that the defendant lied to the British Ambassador? This is a very serious accusation and requires clarification.

Answer YES. Please see following document. It is self explanatory.  The British Government is always very fair and polite. In this case you can see from the information given, they would not even give a right to appeal.

Almira Absin Johnson

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