DOJ Secretary Aguirre CONFIRMED that former DOJ Secretary, now Senator De Lima DEPOSITED MILLIONS into the bank account of Ronnie Dayan, who President Duterte identified as a De Lima LOVER and bag man who regularly collected cash from Asian DRUG Triad members currently in jail at the Bilibid National Penitentiary. #DriverLover #DeLima #TuwadNaDaan #DrugLordProtector #BastaDriverSweetLover #AsianDRUGtriad #BilibidPrison #NationalPenitentiary #DuterteWarOnDrugs
Aguirre: Bank account of ex-driver received millions from De Lima
The bank account that allegedly received millions of pesos from Senator Leila de Lima when she was still Justice Secretary belonged to her former driver, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre III disclosed on Thursday, quoting a former employee of the senator.
Aguirre confirmed that an employee of the Department of Justice (DOJ), Jonathan “Jong” Caranto, had executed an affidavit against De Lima claiming that she had instructed him to deposit millions of pesos to the bank account of Ronnie Dayan.
Caranto was one of two employees who had allegedly executed affidavits against her. The other employee was named in some media reports as a certain Edna “Bogs” Obuyes.
Dayan, on the other hand, has been tagged by President Rodrigo Duterte as De Lima’s alleged bagman who had collected drug payoffs for her.
“Binibigyan daw sya (Caranto) ng pera ni De Lima para ideposit dun sa account ni Dayan,” Aguirre told reporters after attending a Senate hearing.
(He was allegedly given money by De Lima for him to deposit to Dayan’s account.)
The DOJ chief vehemently denied De Lima’s statement that the two employees, who worked with her when she was the Justice Secretary, were forced to execute their affidavits.
“Merong affidavit, walang pumilit sa kanila, voluntary,” Aguirre said, adding that the two just wanted to clear their names.
(There are affidavits, no one forced them, it was voluntary.)
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he National Bureau of Investigation will ask the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) to freeze the bank accounts of a policeman who has been arrested for selling illegal drugs.
Rommel Vallejo, deputy chief of the NBI for the National Capital Region, said investigators would also scrutinize the financial statements of PO2 Jolly Aliangan.
Vallejo said investigators believed Aliangan, whose monthly salary is P23,000, was “a millionaire.”
He said Aliangan could have more money than the P7 million cash seized from his house during a raid on Wednesday.
Aliangan also owned more properties aside from his three-story house on Palawan Street in Sampaloc, Vallejo said.
“In fact, during our surveillance, we found out he has at least three houses,” Vallejo said.
Aliangan also has two vehicles: A Toyota Altis and a Mitsubishi Montero (not a Fortuner, as earlier reported by the NBI)
A hefty stash of methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally known as “shabu,” was found in Aliangan’s well-furnished house in Sampaloc during the raid on Wednesday.
The drug was allegedly supplied by a syndicate run by a drug lord who had been convicted and was serving his sentence at the national penitentiary.
NBI-NCR chief Max Salvador said Aliangan also sold the illegal drugs he got during police operations.
Aside from Aliangan, NBI agents also arrested his cousin Jeffrey Gutierrez as his accomplice, and his wife, Ronalie, for flushing shabu down the toilet during the raid.
Charges of grave misconduct will be filed against Aliangan, according to Director Joel Pagdilao, chief of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO).
Pagdilao said yesterday that he had directed the Regional Investigation and Detective Management Division to file the administrative charge against Aliangan.
“[I have also directed them to] conduct an investigation of [the] incident,” he said.
Aliangan has been relieved from the Regional Anti-Illegal Drugs-Special Operation Task Group of the NCRPO, where he was assigned from Manila last December.
Pagdilao said Aliangan had been “reassigned” to the Regional Police Holding Administrative Unit.
“[He has also been] issued an indefinite leave of absence for being detained for his criminal acts,” Pagdilao said.
He said Chief Insp. Robert Razon, Aliangan’s immediate supervisor, had been ordered to explain why his subordinate was still in active service despite a reported extortion case against him.
“[If found guilty] Aliangan can be dismissed from the service,” Pagdilao said.