The truth can never be hidden. As Janet Napoles was acquitted for alleged illegal detention of her cousin, Benjur Luy, Aquino’s accusation that she is the mastermind of the pork barrel scam created doubts. All evidence just points to the Liberal Party players with major liability going to ex-President Noynoy Aquino. This can, in fact, be another great fiasco by the Aquino administration after the late Chief Justice Renato Corona’s bribed impeachment.
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[VIDEO]: President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said he agrees with the Court of Appeals’ (CA) decision to acquit alleged pork barrel mastermind Janet Lim Napoles of a serious illegal detention case filed by whistleblower Benhur Luy.
Service to the Country
The president must be blessed to have Solicitor General Jose Calida who has the conviction, and the principles. He strengthens out the injustice done by the previous administration. He helps in the case, even if made him unpopular. Napoles is already portrayed by PDI and ABS-CBN as a demon so, some Filipinos can be too slow to catch up. This basically misled the people into believing that she is the major culprit. It, however, did not make sense because her remaining case is plunder but she is not a government official.
Shut Her Up
Aquino’s powerful media demonised Napoles so bad that most Filipinos rejoice when she was put in jail quickly. That is where she can be silenced about the pork-barrel controversy. If the Liberal Party congressmen and senators are found to amass hundreds of millions of pesos in the scam, that would add to the already almost politically dead status of the Liberal Party.
Selective Justice Detected
Most of the congressman implicated and charged for graft were those who opposed the LP. Jinggoy Estrada and Bong Revilla were presidentiables for 2016 who led opposition groups. Black media propaganda took care of the number one rival, former Vice President, Jejomar Binay just prior to the elections. The yellow minions were outsmarted by Du30’s strategy – who announced only his candidacy immediately prior to the election. He also forged an alliance with Binay and the late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago who like him, also support Marcos’ return to the executive office.
11 lawmakers received campaign contributions from PDAF scam mastermind, Janet Lim Napoles. This is based on the documents Pastor Boy Saycon gathered from 2010 to 2016. Saycon is in possession of the documents for a long time but refrained from giving them to Senator Leila de Lima during her time as justice secretary. De Lima was former president Aquino’s alter ego. Most of her party mates are allegedly among the beneficiaries of the said corruption. Senator Antonio Trillanes IV who is part of a destabilization plot against the President is among those who received contributions but did not declare them in his SOCE, Saycon revealed.
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[VIDEO]: NEWS BREAK | Boy Saycon: Dating Pangulong Aquino, tumanggap ng election campaign contribution mula kay Janet Napoles
Napoles was ex-Pnoy’s Campaign Contributor
Saycon is aware that Aquino and Napoles knew each other even before he became President. In fact, Napoles was his important contributor during the 2010 elections. This is why Napoles was fetched from Heritage Park, then they had lunch in Malacañang before ex-Pnoy sent her to Camp Crame to surrender. This has created a media stir why the then president Aquino has all the time in the world to accommodate Napoles’ surrender himself.
Pastor Boy Saycon
Council of Philippine Affairs secretary-general Pastor Boy Saycon alleged that former President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III received up to P90 million in campaign funds from the PDAF queen. Janet Lim-Napoles. The accused is the mastermind of the Priority Development Assistance Fund or PDAF scam when he ran for the presidency in 2010. Saycon turned over to Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II evidence of corruption involving top officials from the previous administration.
Failure to Declare
There is nothing wrong with accepting campaign contributions from Napoles. The point here is that – Aquino did not declare the funds in his Statement of Contributions and Expenditure or SOCE. There’s no mention of it at all in the submitted document to the Commission on Elections or Comelec. Since Aquino is not anymore in office, what’s interesting here is Trillanes. Since the evidence in hand is legal, it’s likely that the so-called barking dog senator can be removed from the senate.
Solgen Calida doubts Napoles’ cousin’s behavior during his three-month alleged detention by Napoles at the retreat house run by priests. Luy’s routine in the retreat house and in Napoles’ residence did not support his accusation that he was deprived of his liberty. Calida cannot convict Napoles for the crime of serious illegal detention.He thinks that Napoles had become a victim of injustice. The theory that Napoles was jailed to protect the Aquino administration comes to light. She might be free from prison soon but the charges for the PDAF scam continue. Will she be the witness against Trillanes?
By: Elena Grace Flores
I heard over the radio that the most awaited interrogation of Janet Lim Napoles, a Filipino businesswoman who allegedly masterminded the 100 billion pork barrel scam happened just recently – and the outspoken Senator, Miriam Defensor Santiago, has done her best to squeeze Napoles out for some juices but she continually invoked her right to self incrimination by keeping mum about the allegations. Should she confess? Read this blog:
Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago has recently suggested that Janet Lim-Napoles should start confessing truthfully everything she knows about the controversial P10-billion pork barrel fund scam, in view of the supposed threat on her life due to her knowledge on the alleged involvement of powerful people. http://quierosaber.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/a-call-for-napoles-to-start-her-confession/
Now I understand why she went to the trial without a lawyer. This is some sort of strategy to delay or even avoid the process. Nevertheless, she can’t still sleep at night and her fluctuating heart beat and blood pressure continue. Is this not enough torture? Maybe not for splurging the money owned by the impoverished Filipino tax payers – but what can we expect to come out from this? Any views?