- A security guard was nabbed by the National Bureau of Investigation - Cybercrime Division personnel for allegedly posting on Facebook a threat against Pres. Rodrigo Duterte’s life
- However, he denied doing the crime and told the authorities that he was not the owner of the Facebook account
- It was found out that the account was created by his wife who was mad at the security guard for leaving her
- The wife, who admitted the crime, was charged with identity theft and grave threats
A vengeful wife created a fake Facebook account for her husband and used it to threaten President Rodrigo Duterte’s life.
In a report by 24 Oras, the husband, who was a security guard, was searched and nabbed by the National Bureau of Investigation - Cybercrime Division personnel for allegedly, posting a threat against the life of the President.
The post read, “Duterte… mamamatay tao ka, kriminal, pinasara mo pa ABS-CBN. Hayop ka, ‘wag ka magtago sa Malacañang. Lumabas ka, suntukan tayo. Babasagin ko mukha mo. Papatayin kita.”
The security guard then defended himself and told the authorities that he was not the owner of the Facebook account which displayed his name and photos.
“‘Yung dirty finger na po ‘yun, 2016 o 2017 pa po ‘yung picture na ‘yun. Tapos pinag-combine po sa picture ni sir Presidente Duterte na nag-post na hahamunin tapos pagmumurahin at papatayin ko po raw, sabi do’n sa post,” he explained.
“E nag-viral na po, siyempre kinabahan ako, ang dami pong nagsasabi sa’kin na papatayin daw po ako, pinagbabantaan daw po ako ng mga tao,” he added.
In an entrapment operation, the authorities arrested the real suspect. She was discovered to be the wife of the security guard.
She admitted committing the crime to take revenge against her spouse who left her.
“Sa sobrang galit lang po ta’s hindi ko po akalain na gano’n po ‘yung mangyayari, ‘yung magva-viral po,” she said while weeping.
“Mr. President Duterte, humihingi po ako ng paumanhin sa inyo. ‘Di ko po gustong gawin na madamay po kayo sa away naming mag-asawa,” she added.
According to the report, the wife was charged with identity theft and grave threats.
KAMI previously reported that the 25-year-old teacher who threatened Pres. Duterte finally explained the reason why he tweeted about getting the President killed.
In an article by ABS-CBN News, the teacher, who has apologized to Duterte, will face possible imprisonment and a P200,000 fine for cybercrime charges.
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