On Monday, May 2, Trillanes presented an affidavit stating he got his information from a certain Joseph Morales, allegedly a former Duterte supporter. Trillanes presented a copy of the affidavit that he exeuted supposedly in exchange for a bank secrecy waiver from the tough-talking Duterte.
Meanwhile, the central bank and the country's main gatekeeper against money laundering on Monday denied allegations that they were the source of the documents now being cited by vice presidential candidate Senator Antonio Trillanes IV against presidential candidate Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.
Trillanes earlier accused presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte of owning P211 million in a joint bank account with his daughter. The account is under the mayor’s name and Sara Zimmerman used both Davao City and Metro Manila addresses, respectively, according the Senator. The said amount was not declared in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Networth (SALN) in 2014.