INTERVIEW w DOJ SEC. AGUIRRE: DE LIMA at TRILLANES DAWIT SA PANANAKSAK KAY SEBASTIAN
A former Navy officer inmate and a colleage of Senator Trillanes admitted that it was Trillanes and Delima ordered the killing of High profile inmate Jayvee Sebastian to STOP him from testifying against delima on the Drug Trade. A case of Frustrated Murder is now prepared to file by DOJ Sec Aguirre against Trillanes and Delima as of the moment.
MANILA – The man who tried to stab dead high-profile Bilibid inmate Jaybee Sebastian claimed he acted on orders of Senators Antonio Trillanes IV and Leila de Lima, according to Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II.
Aguirre said Tomas Doniña, in his affidavit, said that a Navy officer instructed him to attack Sebastian, who was slated to appear before a congressional hearing in October.
“Ang tinuturo nila is parang ang kumuha sa kanila is an official of the Philippine Navy. Nabanggit doon si Trillanes and De Lima,” Aguirre said in a news conference.
Sebastian and two other inmates, Peter Co and Vicente Sy, were wounded during the stabbing incident at the Building 14 of the New Bilibid Prison, while convict Tony Co was killed.
Aguirre admitted that while Doniña mentioned the names of Trillanes and De Lima in his affidavit, his testimony was not enough to pin down the two senators as his claim can be considered hearsay.
The justice secretary also noted that even the Navy officer was not identified.
“Nasa affidavit ng sumaksak ata. He was told through a Navy officer. Iyung Navy officer ang nag-utos sa kanya. Na-mention doon ang participation nina Trillanes and De Lima,” Aguirre said.
“Kahit minention nila ang dalawang senador, si Senators Trillanes at De Lima, wala namang ibang kuwan, so they were not included (in the charges).”
De Lima has already denied that she ordered the killing of the inmates to prevent them from testifying against her. She believes the inmates’ lives were threatened so that they would testify against her.
Following the stabbing incident, Sebastian and other inmates appeared at a congressional inquiry and claimed that De Lima, as justice secretary, received drug payoffs from the inmates to fund her 2016 senatorial bid.
Trillanes, for hist part, called Aguirre’s latest statement as “totally absurd.”
“I categorically deny any involvement in the stabbing incident of Jaybee Sebastian. Why would I even do that? It is totally absurd,” Trillanes said in a statement.
“Anyway, Aguirre and his gang better get their stories straight because we will have a full blown Senate inquiry to get the truth out,” he added.
In Senate Resolution 174, Trillanes and De Lima sought an inquiry into the "apparent mismanagement and/or incompetence" of the Bureau of Corrections and Philippine National Police that allegedly caused the stabbing incident at the state penitentiary.
Rightist NGO, Anti-Duterte such as the yellow maliciously complaint for Ex-Judicial Killings to UN office to create trouble against President Duterte. These groups are doing black propaganda complaint to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) expressing their hypocritical concern over the rise of killings of suspected drug personalities in the Philippines.
The Rightist Group and believe to be the true and real anti-Duterte is now appealing before the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) expressed concern over the rise of killings of suspected drug personalities in the Philippines.
In a statement on Wednesday, August 3, UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov said he joins UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in "condemning the apparent endorsement of extrajudicial killings."
"[Extrajudicial killing] is illegal and a breach of fundamental rights and freedoms," he said.
Data from the Philippine National Police (PNP) showed that from the time Duterte took office until August 1, there have been 402 drug personalities killed during legitimate anti-illegal drug operations while 5,418 have been arrested.
The rise in the drug-related killings, Fedotov said, is not in line with the current provisions of international drug conventions.
"Such responses contravene the provisions of the international drug control conventions, do not serve the cause of justice, and will not help to ensure that ‘all people can live in health, dignity and peace, with security and prosperity,’ as agreed by governments in the outcome document approved at the UN General Assembly special session on the world drug problem," he said.
During his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 25, President Rodrigo Duterte said that the government will not stop until "the last drug lord, the last financier, and the last pusher have surrendered or [been] put behind bars or below the ground."
They failed to reiterates that the last term which says (put under the ground) is not as literal as it may appear because Duterte pointed out that killings will only start if life of the arresting officer will be put to imminent danger-
There is a big evidence that it is done by the the CPP, Catholic church, Rightist, Yellow and the wide range of oppositions which includes civilian or filipino citizen who are pro Roxas, pro drugs and many others beyond our mind.