Eskilstuna A former top official of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) and National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) during the stint of Senator Leila de Lima as justice secretary will testify that she received huge sums of money from illegal drug operations inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP).
møteplass aleneforeldre This was bared by Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II in a media conference at the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday, a day before the House of Representatives Justice Committee begins its probe into the proliferation of the illegal drug trade inside the state penitentiary.
e dejting Aguirre said former BuCor officer-in-charge Rafael Ragos, designated by no less than De Lima as BOC chief as well as as NBI Deputy Director for Intelligence, executed an affidavit saying he personally delivered millions in alleged drug money to De Lima.
afro dating site “Tetestify siya (Ragos) na doon sa several instances na nagdeliver siya ng P5-million sa bahay ni Secretary De Lima. Mismong si Secretary De Lima ang nakareceive, may kasama po yan (Ragos) another NBI [personnel,” Aguirre said.
It was Ragos’ driver, Junior Ablen, who first divulged those alleged money deliveries, Aguirre added.
"Kinonfront namin siya (Ragos) sa statement ni Ablen… at sinang-ayunan niya yung pahayag ni Ablen,” Aguirre said