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By Mikey Agulto 4768 views
Special thanks Atty. Rowena Daroy Morales

So the manhunt for Janet Lim-Napoles finally came to an end. The fugitive, who went in hiding for 10 days, officially threw in the towel and surrendered to no less than P-Noy himself Wednesday night (she claims to have received death threats and is fearing for her life).

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In the aftermath of this event, word is now going around that the government is entertaining the thought of turning Napoles into a state witness, something DILG Secretary Mar Roxas isn't necessarily denying. "Isang avenue ito na bukas sa pamahalaan, kung may kontribusyon sa impormasyon at ebidensya si Napoles," he explains in an interview with DZMM yesterday.

Wait, what?

Is that even allowed? Not to say that Janet is on our side now, but...is she?

So what say you, FHM Nation? Yay or nay?

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We're 1,000-percent sure that not everyone is thrilled with the idea, and we don't blame them. But before you make any harsh reactions, try looking at it from both sides just this one time. As mentioned in our anti-pork rally story last Friday, it is our responsibility to explore all options and study the issue first.

After doing some legal counseling of our own (thanks a bunch, Atty. Rowie Morales!), we would like to show you the possible upsides and downsides of turning Janet Lim-Napoles into a state witness. Jump to the next page to see our respective arguments for and against it—and feel free to use it when you make pabida at the inuman later!

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