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Philippine Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona sits in a wheelchair after being forced back to court after abruptly leaving the witness stand without the permission of the Senate judges during his impeachment trial at the Senate in Manila on Tuesday. Mr. Corona denied that he stole from the country's coffers and said he would open his bank accounts for inspection if the 188 lawmakers who voted to impeach him do the same. (Associated Press)

Philippine Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona sits in a wheelchair after being forced back to court after abruptly leaving the witness stand without the permission of the Senate judges during his impeachment trial at the Senate in Manila on Tuesday. Mr. Corona denied that he stole from the country's coffers and said he would open his bank accounts for inspection if the 188 lawmakers who voted to impeach him do the same. (Associated Press)

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