You know it’s a propaganda material when it WILLFULLY OMITS the second paragraph of what is written on the Guinness website.

Here’s what the second paragraph says:

“Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos fled to Hawaii, USA, in 1986, where the former president died. Imelda Marcos returned to the Philippines in 1991, and was found guilty of corruption in 1993. However, Imelda Marcos was cleared of all charges on appeal in October 1998. The Philippine Supreme Court acquitted her, setting aside a 12-year jail sentence. The decision – by a majority of 8-5, with 1 abstention – reversed a January ruling by the Supreme Court on her 1993 conviction by a lower court.”

This only means that there is no conviction against the Marcoses THAT PROVE they stole their wealth from the Filipinos. A crime of stealing needs to be PROVEN IN COURT and should not be assumed.

The Guinness entry is nothing but a political propaganda to sway public opinion. Now, it has been officially debunked.

Source: Guinness World Record

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