Former DOJ employee of De Lima presents bank document with P24-M cash deposits


The Department of Justice (DOJ) is determining in its continuous certainty discovering examination on the claimed against the involvement of Sen. Leila De Lima in illegal drug trade inside Bilibid.

Edna “Bogs” Obuyes, a former staff of DOJ presented a bank document and it showed that under the name of 
Bogs C. Obuyes a cash worth of P24 million was deposited way back 2014.

According to the report, the bank documents first transaction was on March 7, 2014, with P4.8 million, followed on March 21, 2014, with P7.2 million. Then the next month on April 4, 2014, with P2.6 million, April 18, 2014, with P4.8 million and the last one on April 24, 2014, with P4.6 million. 

It was very intriguing that an ordinary employee became an instant millionaire in just two months. That's why the documents were being verified.
Obuyes was no longer work in DOJ because she's not an regular employee.

Obuyes and  Jong Caranto, the two clerk executed the affidavit against De Lima and undergone lie detector test to prove that they are not lying.


Aguirre has likewise affirmed that six witnesses from the New Bilibid Prison have surfaced to bind De Lima on conceivable drug and graft charges. 

Bank agents declined to remark, refering to classification of records under the bank secrecy law.







Source: PhilStar

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