Featured Post

THE RIGHT ATTITUDE

By Jose Alejandrino President Duterte has the right attitude. In a democracy, you listen to the voice of the majority. You ignore a ...

Thursday, April 6, 2017

“Mina” said that Trillanes wants her to name President Duterte, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte in Cocaine Trade


Guillermina “Mina” Barrido Arcilla revealed that the camp of senator Antonio Trillanes IV allegedly wanted her to name President Rodrigo Duterte and Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte in cocaine trade.

Second page of the affidavit allegedly made by Atty. Jude Sabio for Ms.Barrido
Photo: Brigada News Davao
In an interview with Erwin Tulfo in his radio program in Radyo Singko, Mina claimed that the camp of senator Trillanes wanted to involve the name of the Duterte in illegal drug trade to destroy his anti-illegal drug image.
Mina said that the camp of senator Trillanes wanted her to pin down Duterte in cocaine trade so the people will think that the President only hates methamphetamine or shabu because he wanted to grow his cocaine trade business in the Philippines.
She shared in the radio program some of the parts of the affidavit that sent to her by Attorney Jude Sabio, the lawyer of Edgar Matobato.
Mina was allegedly instructed by the lawyer to claim that she saw President Rodrigo Duterte using cocaine and doing an illegal drug transaction.
“Nakita ko si Rodrigo Duterte, tumikim at nag thumbs up ng droga na cocaine,” Mina said while reading the affidavit sent to her via email.
She also instructed to involve the presidential son and Davao City vice mayor Paolo Duterte in cocaine trade by claiming that she saw him in Sasa Port Custom office several times, doing illegal drug trade.
Mina told Tulfo that she’s ready to face the senate to testify against Senator Trillanes.
Senator Manny Pacquiao also said that on May, he’s going to meet the ethics committee to discuss the possible violation committed by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.
Senator Trillanes, Atty. Jude Sabio and Father Alejo are not yet releasing statement on the claims of Ms. Barrido.
http://pinoytrending.altervista.org/mina-said-trillanes-wants-name-president-duterte-vice-mayor-paolo-duterte-cocaine-trade/

No comments: