P10-M, nakalaang pabuya sa makapagtuturo sa pinagtataguan ni Napoles — PNoy

admin   •   August 28, 2013   •   2815

Ang larawang ipinalabas ng Department of Justice sa pamamagitan ng official Twitter account nito na @DOJPH nitong Miyerkules ng hapon para sa agarang ikadadakip ni Janet Lim Napoles kaugnay ng pork barrel scam. Ang reward ay nagkakahalaga ng P10-Million sa makapagbibigay ng impormasyon, makakadakip o makakapagturo kay Napoles. (DOJ)

Ang larawang ipinalabas ng Department of Justice sa pamamagitan ng official Twitter account nito na @DOJPH Miyerkules ng hapon para sa agarang ikadadakip ni Janet Lim Napoles kaugnay ng pork barrel scam. Ang reward ay nagkakahalaga ng P10-million sa makapagbibigay ng impormasyon sa kinalalagyan ni Napoles. Ang ibinigay na contact info ng DOJ para sa mga magsusumbong ay ang mga sumusunod:           >>> NBI (632)525-1141, (632)525-8231 loc.2509
>>> Asst.Reg.Dir. Rolando Argabioso (+63929) 295-8888
>>> Sp. Investigator Waldo Palattao Jr (+63917)583-8612
>>> Email: NBISTF@yahoo.com.ph or director@nbi.gov.ph (DOJ)

 

MANILA, Philippines —  Bibigyan ng sampung milyong pisong pabuya ang sinoman na makapagtuturo sa kinaroroonan ng may-ari ng JLN Corporation na nasasangkot sa P10 billion pork barrel scam na si Janet Lim-Napoles.

“Announce ko na sa inyo P10 million ang reward for information leading to the arrest of Ms. Napoles,” pahayag ni Pangulong Benigno Aquino III.

August 14, 2013 nang ilabas ng Makati Regional Trial Court ang warrant of arrest laban kay Napoles at sa kanyang kapatid na si Reynald Lim dahil sa kasong serious illegal detention.

Ayon sa pangulo, hindi sila titigil hangga’t hindi nadarakip si Napoles.

Binalaan din nito ang mga taong nagkakanlong sa magkapatid na tinutugis ng mga awtoridad.

“Harboring of a fugitive kaso yun, obstruction of justice kaso rin yun so yung babala palagay ko naman e kung may hustong pagiisip yung mga kumukupkop sa kanya e dapat maalala ito, at kung akala nila titigilan namin ang paghahanap dito ay nagkakamali sila,” babala ng Pangulo.

Samantala, may mga lumabas na balita na may mga taong tumutulong kay Napoles at pinoprotektahan ng armadong grupo sa kanyang pagtatago.

Inamin ni DOJ Secretary Leila De Lima na ang mga anggulong ito ay tinitingnan sa ngayon  ng National Bureau of Investigation.

Sinabi naman ng pangulo na sa ngayon ay wala pang plano ang pamahalaan na gawing state witness si Napoles kaugnay sa multi-billion pesos pork barrel scam.

Anang Pangulo, “yung pagiging state witness pag-aaralan yan pero importante muna may warrant of arrest kailangang maserve ng executive itong warrant of arrest.” (Nel Maribojoc / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

Ombudsman will not appeal Revilla’s acquittal in 16 PDAF graft charges

Marje Pelayo   •   July 8, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Office of the Ombudsman has rested its case against Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. in the controversial ‘Pork Barrel’ scam.

This after the Sandiganbayan (SB) acquitted Revilla “for insufficiency of evidence on the remaining 16 graft cases” in relation to the alleged irregularities in the Senator’s Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF).

“The SB First Division voted 3-2 to grant Senator Revilla’s Demurrer to Evidence, AND WE RESPECT ITS DECISION,” the Ombudsman said in a statement.

Furthermore, the statement stressed that Ombudsman Samuel Martires will no longer challenge the “dismissal of cases/quashal of information and judgments of acquittal, either through a motion to dismiss, a demurrer to evidence or by a decision, rendered by the trial courts or the Sandiganbayan except when the People was clearly deprived of due process or there was mistrial,” citing Revilla’s constitutional right against double jeopardy.

“A demurrer to evidence is a motion to dismiss on the ground of insufficiency of evidence. The grant of the court of the demurrer is tantamount to an acquittal because the defendant is cleared of the criminal case and is no longer required to present his evidence,” the Ombudsman statement explained.

Revilla was accused in 2014 of diverting his PDAF for the years 2006 to 2009 to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) linked to ex-Cagayan de Oro congressman and Pork Barrel scam mastermind Janet Napoles.

The senator was alleged to have received P224.5 million kickback in the process.

Napoles was convicted of plunder in relation to the scam in 2018.

PH Supreme Court orders flags in courthouses at half-mast to honor Aquino

Robie de Guzman   •   June 24, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday ordered courthouses across the country to lower all flags at half-staff to honor the late former President Benigno Aquino III.

“The Supreme Court of the Philippines orders all flags in courthouses nationwide be flown at half-mast beginning today in view of the passing of former President Benigno Simeon Aquino III,” the SC Public Information Office said.

Three of the 14 incumbent SC justices – Estela Perlas Bernabe, Marvic Leonen, and Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa – were appointed by Aquino when he served as the country’s president from 2010 to 2016.

Aquino passed away Thursday morning at the age of 61.

His family said Aquino died “peacefully in his sleep” at 6:30 a.m. from renal disease secondary to diabetes.

PH military flags fly at half-mast for former President Noynoy Aquino

Robie de Guzman   •   June 24, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — All flags in military camps across the country will be flown at half-mast in honor of former President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) said.

In a video message on Thursday, AFP Spokesperson Marine Major General Edgard Arevalo said the Philippine military is one with the nation in grieving the death of Aquino.

“The Armed Forces of the Philippines joins the Filipino nation as it grieves for the death of former President Benigno Simeon Aquino III,” Arevalo said.

“As your soldiers, airmen, sailors, marines, reservists and civilian human resource unite in prayer with our kababayans, all the national flags in military camps across the country will be flown at half-mast to show our gesture of mourning for the death of a former chief executive and commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” he added.

The former chief executive passed away on Thursday morning after he succumbed to renal disease secondary to diabetes. He was 61 years old.

The Department of National Defense earlier remembered Aquino as a leader who recognized the importance of upgrading the Philippine military’s capability.

It was during Aquino’s time when the AFP started its modernization program.

“President Aquino advocated the strengthening of our defense and security capabilities to support national development,” the DND said.

“We extend our deepest sympathies to the Aquino clan during this difficult time,” it added.

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