- Earlier, Vice President Leni Robredo faced a sedition charge over the “Ang Totoong Narcolist”
- She was accused of being involved in the videos trying to oust President Rodrigo Duterte
- However, Robredo reiterated that she was not involved in the controversial videos
Vice President Leni Robredo was among the accused of inciting to sedition over the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos.
KAMI learned that Robredo reiterated she was not involved in the video series which aimed to discredit President Rodrigo Duterte and his family by claiming that they were linked to the drug trade.
In a report by the GMA News (author Dona Magsino), Robredo clarified that she was not part of the ouster plot against the President.
"Hindi naman tayo sobrang bobo na nag-iimagine tayo na mapapataob natin ang napaka... ang presidente na napakataas ang rating na gagamitin itong isang tao na obviously sinungaling," Robredo said in her radio program, BISErbisyong LENI.
"Sa gitna pa talaga ng kampanya? Hindi na nga tayo magkanda-ugaga at kulang na kulang iyong panahon, kulang na kulang ng panahon para makaikot sa bansa, talagang ang aatupagin pa natin pagpataob ng Presidente?" she added.
In a previous report by KAMI, Robredo faced a sedition case filed by the Philippine National Police - Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) for allegedly being involved in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos.
Atty. Larry Gadon assisted Peter Joemel Advincula alias “Bikoy” on the sedition case. Other than Robredo, opposition Senators Risa Hontiveros, Antonio Trillanes, Leila de Lima, and other church leaders were also allegedly involved in the case.
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