Hubert Jeffrey P. Webb spends another holiday seasons as a free man. Tv5's Anggulo exclusively covers how he celebrates his first year of liberty after he was released days before Christmas of 2010. The former convict has spent the whole year of 2011 catching up for the fifteen years he lost inside the prison. Now he looks forward to an even better year in 2012, as he moves farther from the transition stage of incarceration to independence.
Dubbed as the trial of the century, the Vizconde massacre case ended with a Supreme Court decision acquitting Hubert, the principal suspect, and four others who were charged of murdering and raping Carmela, and killing Estrellita and Anna Marie Jennifer. The controversy though didn't end with the high tribunal decision, it even gave birth to more shambles on who the real perpetrators were or whether the highest court in the land issued a wrong judgment. But for Hubert Webb, the acquittal only means one thing - his door to freedom.
Now that the sensational litigation has become a past ordeal, Hubert is ready to embrace life away from confinement. During Christmas eve, he was in Boracay with his dad, former basketball player-actor-senator Freddie Webb, and mom Elizabeth. Hubert now has a chance to see his son graduate from high school this year. He plans to marry his girlfriend whom he met while he was still in prison nine years ago. He also dreams of putting up his own car mechanic and repair shop, thus he enrolled in a vocational school taking up a course related to auto mechanic.
This Wednesday on TV5's Anggulo, Hubert Webb exclusively shares more of his plans and his insights on his life behind and beyond bars. In one of his very first interviews after he was acquitted in December 2010, Hubert said the biggest lesson he learned inside the prison was his realization of how lucky he was. That aside from having a very supportive family he also had more in life as compared to other prisoners. That is why during these holiday seasons, Hubert went back to jail to share a little blessing to his former inmates.
Find out more about about Hubert Webb's current life from multi-awarded broadcast journalist Luchi Cruz-Valdes and her team of promising field correspondents on Wednesday, January 4, 2011 after P.S. I Love You on TV5. It also airs over Aksyon TV (Channel 41 in Mega Manila, Channel 29 in Metro Cebu and Davao, Channel 1 on Cignal Digital TV and Channel 59 on Sky Cable).