Taiwan OFW: caregiver bashed President Duterte, DOLE forcely deported the basher - GazeFeed


Taiwan OFW: caregiver bashed President Duterte, DOLE forcely deported the basher - GazeFeed


Due to the alleged cyber threat to President Rodrigo Duterte on Facebook, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) wants to force an overseas Filipino worker into Taiwan.

In a DOLE statement on Saturday, they accused cyberlibel Elanel Egot Ordidor, a supposed caregiver in Yunlin County, after his “willful posting of nasty and malevolent materials” on Facebook about the President.

The OFW's posts are "intended to cause hatred amidst the global health crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic," according to the agency.

Posting and dissemination of such videos shall be punishable under Republic Act No. 10175 or the cyber libel law.

The Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Taiwan has reportedly contacted the broker and employer of the OFW regarding its deportation.

In a statement, April 20, DOLE spoke with the OFW to indicate that its post was equivalent to a crime, punishable by both Taiwan and the Philippines.

Ordidor is said to be "cooperative" and promises to never repeat it. He also said he would issue a public apology for Duterte and the "people of the government" in the evening.

But no apology video has been uploaded, according to DOLE, and there are alleged fake posts on POLO Taichung's Facebook page from several fake accounts that support Ordidor's posting.

According to DOLE, the OFW allegedly used a number of social media accounts such as Lenale Elanel Egot, Mha Lan Dee, Linn Silawan, and Hampas Lupa, with a group allegedly aiming to “discredit and malign the President and destabilize the government.”

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