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Home Sections Entertainment YouTube Newsvideo of Pex Aves, the Filipino Impostor of a “Lawyer” and “Journalist” in Los Angeles
YouTube Newsvideo of Pex Aves, the Filipino Impostor of a “Lawyer” and “Journalist” in Los Angeles PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 11 December 2010 16:14

As posted in several Facebook Groups today, July 25, 2013: Here's a classic rebuttal done You-Tube style by Romeo P. Marquez, now a Toronto, Canada-based writer: There are reports that the impostor has been active again in victimizing more Filipino Americans in Los Angeles, CA. So, as Mr. Marquez says, "The public should be more aware of the impostor's rackets."


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To complement my earlier exposé today about the Filipino impostor in Los Angeles, California, here's a newsvideo of the person. Please click the link and enjoy the background music:

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To read the original exposé, please click on this link, Los Angeles-based Self-proclaimed “Mediaman” cum “Lawyer” Exposes Self as a “Madman” and “Abogago”


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Dear Friends, Fellow Writers and Professional Journalists:

From Toronto, Ontario, Canada, comes the Entertainment Video of the Week, if not the Month of December 2010. It garners definitely a “Two-thumbs up” rating.

View the Filipino Impostor in Los Angeles, CA, at this URL:

Aside from the YouTube where Romy Marquez posted it, it now appears also in at this URL:!/pages/mabuhayradiocom/143812262338104?v=wall

Nobody, especially a fake journalist, gets to insult the writers of our website and gets away with it. We are now equipped to get back at our detractors using the Internet, websites, the YouTube and Facebook -- without the use of gutter language but employing wit and humor and the truth.



Lolo Bobby M. Reyes
In a message dated 12/8/2010 8:22:02 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, monramirez writes in the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it :


What for are these documents? You do not have to prove that you graduated. If they want to know, they can check with the schools.

Also, people like Nick Joaquin had not college diplomas. In fact, he did not even graduate from high school although UST produced a high school diploma for him because it was needed by a foreign university so they could give him an honorary degree.

And of course Andres Bonifacio did not have a diploma.

Mon Ramirez
Thank you, Mon, for your viewpoints and sound advice. Sorry for the late reply, as I nearly lost your posting in my mail box.

You are absolutely right. Even the great William Shakespeare did not finish grammar school. But of course, English was his indigenous tongue.

IMHO, writing skill is inborn and schooling just improves it. But when one writes in the United States, the foreign-born (immigrant) writer is supposed to know the basic rules of the English grammar, etc., etc. Those who try to write in English must do it right, otherwise they become butts of jokes.

Perhaps you and the rest of the recipients will like my latest satire,
Filipino Americans Must Do “Itik Cleansing”,


BTW I was always proud to have been tutored by then-Poet-pundit Fred Burce Bunao. He served as my literary mentor for many years. In spite of my having majored in journalism in San Beda College, I have said so many times that I learned probably more from Mr. Bunao than from my journalism professors. But very few Filipino writers in the United States like to pick up even pointers on how to improve their writing ability. They think that they know everything there is to be learned. People don't get it that education in any field is a lifetime commitment and a nursery-to-retirement process of learning.


Lolo Bobby M. Reyes

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