Skip to comments.Mysterious whistle-blower in videos claims Philippine Pres. Duterte took millions in drug kickbacks
Posted on 05/06/2019 11:27:53 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
An anonymous whistle-blower who appeared shrouded by darkness in videos accusing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte of earning millions from a drug syndicate has stunned the nation by revealing his identity.
The hooded figure known as Bikoy on Monday unveiled himself as a bald, round-faced man with glasses, after claiming in the clips that he used to keep financial records for narcotics dealers who dealt with the Duterte family.
Peter Joemel Advincula said he was the man seen in five YouTube videos implicating the presidents son and former aide as principal operators in the countrys drug trade.
Reaction was swift from Malacanang Palace, the presidents official residence. Spokesman Salvador Panelo said: As far as we are concerned, the video is black propaganda against the government.
Advincula, who appears to be in his 30s or 40s, said he decided to surface so he could take legal action after he received death threats, and because his conscience weighed on him.
I saw how families have been shattered because of drugs, he said.
He denied any links with the countrys political opposition, but the accusations come at the height of midterm election campaigning.
Next Monday up to 61.8 million voters are set to cast ballots for thousands of local government representatives, 303 congressmen and 12 senators.
Eight of Dutertes candidates, including his former presidential aide Christopher Go, who is also accused of receiving kickbacks, are likely to emerge winners.
Nuns on Monday accompanied Advincula to the headquarters of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, a nationwide lawyers group, for a press conference at which he claimed to be Bikoy.
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Hmmm. This could also be the globalists fighting back against Duterte’s war on the Muslim drug dealers.
Is he suicidal?
The drug lords won’t take kindly to his revelations, true or false.
The only people dying in this war are addicts and small time dealers. The Triage gangs, North Koreans, and the importers are not being touched.
This comes out right before an election. Shocking I tell you... just shocking
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From “The South China Morning Post”
And have the Chinese been gloming on to Dutertes outer islands? Did he resist???
His life expectancy went down considerably.
That would be my guess.
In the past it was quite an occasional moment when important drug dealers were outed. It was also quite common to have the goods on politicians in Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, the Caribbean islands, etc., etc., etc., and never give them away. I always wondered why that was. To my knowledge at least one President, numerous members of presidential families, numerous cabinet ministers including Ministers of Interior, were never outed. The usual answer given was that the intel agencies would eventually turn the individual and he or she would serve as informant. That was, of course, b.s. The DEA didn’t like to out politicos because it made their work more difficult abroad. In sum, the DEA was at heart a collection agency. If half the material gathered and stored at the El Paso Intelligence Center ever came to light the public would have a right to wonder what we spent all that anti-drug money on.
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