Pinay in Taiwan to be deported for ‘hate speech’ against President Duterte

THE Philippines is set to deport a Pinay caregiver in Taiwan for her alleged ‘hate speech on social media against President Rodrigo Duterte.


Labor attache Fidel Macauyag identified the caregiver as Elanel Ordidor.


Macauyag said they had visited Ordidor in Yunlin County and explained about here Facebook posts in which she may face lawsuits in Taiwan and the Philippines.


Pinay Caregiver sa TaiwanReal Name: Elanel Egot Ordidor Aka(Linn Silawan) IDEDEPORT dahil lumabag sa Cyber Libel, under by Republic Act No.10175_sa isang video sinabi niya MANG2, BOBO, at INUTIL, ang mga supporters ni Duterte, ngayon tingnan natin ang malansa mong bunganga pag nasa Pilipinas kana©Video

Posted by Bisaya Kami on Saturday, 25 April 2020


According to Macauyag, Ordidor used other accounts and formed a group to discredit the president and sow anger amid the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Upon returning to the Philippines, Ordidor will face charges in violation of the Republic Act 10175 or the Cyber ​​Crime Act.



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