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LOOK: Carandang Made Lies Against Duterte And TV Medias Make It Appear As True


Overall Deputy Ombudsman Melchor Arthur Carandang made the following statements to media on September 26:

• That he and Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales have “a copy of bank records from the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC)” of President Duterte and his family. These contained “entries, presentations, sources, transaction dates, amounts, and family members ‘names,” Carandang said, as reported by the website Rappler.com.

• That Duterte and his family’s bank records show transactions through the years amounting to P1 billion.

As reported by the Philippine Daily Inquirer (September 24, 2017), Carandang also said: “We can confirm that we received bank transactions coming from AMLC, generated by AMLC for intelligence purposes.” He claimed that the “bank records” that Sen. Antonio Trillanes 4th gave the Ombudsman “more or less have the same details” as the AMLC data. GMA News published similar statements of Carandang.

Brazen lies


The day after Carandang’s allegations were published, the AMLC released a statement that Carandang’s claims were brazen lies, that there were no such AMLC data, and that it gave no such reports to him.

Carandang perhaps forgot that the Anti Money Laundering Council has a new chair, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor Nestor Espenilla, and that the Yellow Cult can no longer push it around or have it remain silent to be exploited for its propaganda purposes, as it did during President Aquino’s administration.

When BSP governor Amando Tetangco headed it, the AMLC just remained silent in the two episodes when its alleged data were released to the public, which were black propaganda that spelled the doom of two respected figures.

Source: Manila Times

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