Page four, Paragraph five: on March 25, 2010 my Attorney could not come to court because of arthritis and he sent his assistant (Not an Attorney) to advised the court he could not come to the hearing that day. The Judge with a request from her attorney for support started to order 15,000p (Approximately $365.00 at that time) child support but he stopped (According to my contracted yaya and Barry's wife who could hear what they were saying in Filipino). I could not hear them because of my hearing and not being at the conference table as well as I do not understand Filipino. He had no legal right to do anything because I was not represented by an Attorney at that time.
But in this Decision papers it is said to be an court order when it can not be. He later makes it an court order on page 14 last Paragraph as if it was in effect as of March 25, 2010. Almost from the beginning I started to bring support to her every weekend when I was to pick up Michael at my wife's Attorney's office. Food and money (4,000p x 4 = 16,000p). My wife's Attorney office secretary signed for and accepted the first support package (This was before the supposed court order. The next weekend my wife's Attorney's partner came out and refused my support because she wanted the big support not a little support (I have legal video of her refusal).
Page four, Paragraph six: This is when I took Michael's pass port to the immigration office in Mandaue, Cebu on April 8, 2010 to get his "I" card. I was told that he did not need a "I" card because his mother was Filipino. It was almost five at that time and the court was closed. So I did not return the pass port. I used it the next Day April 9, 2010 a court holiday to take Michael to Mexico. I did it because it was "In the best interest of the child". The Philippine supreme Court's rules supports my actions for this as well as the Decision quoted those rules. (Please see page 12 of the Decision third paragraph attached to this letter on the next page)