Palace investigates #LeniLeaks
Malacanang is investigating the controversial LeniLeaks that showed alleged plot in ousting President Rodrigo Duterte by the office of thevice president, Loida Lewis and some anti-Duterte members.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said they will going to investigate the emails together with National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. and online forensics experts. It is to verify the authenticity of the said plot.
"Number one order of the day is to check the veracity of the document; kung ito ba talaga ay bonafide Yahoo conversation, at number two, kung bonafide siya, kung ito ba talagang personalities ay kasama nga, kung sila ba talaga iyun," Andanar said.
He said that he will raise that issue during their Cabinet meeting today, Monday.
Andanar said that the Yahoo will also help them in the investigation.
"This is a process na ang makakaalam lang nito, ang makakapag-imbestiga ay mga online forensic experts. Makikipag-tulungan na rin ang Yahoo," Andanar said.
Andanar did a Facebook Live on Friday. He interviewed Thinking Pinoy and Sass Rogando Sasot who uncovered the Yahoo Group of Loida Lewis and her group.
"It's a serious matter sapagkat may nakasulat doon kung paano nila papag-resign-in si President Duterte... Siyempre, that does not sit well with us in the government because any move to oust the President is not good and it is definitely illegal," he said.
"I'm a member of the Duterte Cabinet. I will not take this lightly, ganoon din po si (and so will) Secretary Jun Esperon," he added.
According to the report, Inquirer columnist, Randy David denied his involvement in the plot.
Source: Philstar, ABS-CBN