Isang scammer, nagpanggap na congressman at nanghingi ng P20,000 kay Sen. Bong Go

Isang scammer, nagpanggap na congressman at nanghingi ng P20,000 kay Sen. Bong Go

- Two suspects were presented by the police at Camp Crame

- One of them claimed that he was approached by the staff of former Sen. Bam Aquino to criticize the admin bets during the last elections

- Meanwhile, the other suspect pretended to be a congressman to ask money from Sen. Bong Go

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Two suspects were presented by Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Oscar Albayalde at Camp Crame. One was caught for allegedly extorting money from Senator Christopher “Bong” Go.

KAMI learned that one of the suspects admitted that he was approached by the staff of former Senator Bam Aquino during the May 2019 midterm elections.

In a report by the PTV News, anti-Duterte blogger Dennis Jose Borbon revealed that he was tasked to criticize the Duterte administration bets during the campaign period for the May 13 polls.

“Lumapit sa’kin ‘yung chief of staff ni Sen. Bam Aquino,” Borbon said.

“And ‘yun na nga po, pinapatira sa akin lahat ng senatorial candidate ng administrasyon,” he added.

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As reported by the Radyo Pilipinas, the other suspect, Edgar Paolo Bolara, was arrested after pretending to be a congressman and tried to get P20,000 from the Office of Sen. Bong Go.

According to Borbon, he also knows Peter Joemel Advincula alias “Bikoy” who claimed to be the hooded man in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Advincula said that Vice President Leni Robredo and other opposition figures were behind the video series trying to discredit President Rodrigo Duterte and his family by linking them to the drug trade.

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