MANILA – The man who presented himself as a figure hooded in the videos that marks the family of President Rodrigo Duterte in the drug trade accused on Thursday the vice president Leni Robredo and other figures of the charges against sedition and others due to alleged involvement in viral sites.
Peter Joemel Advincula filed allegations of sedition, defamation, defamation, defamation, scam, hosting a crime and obstruction of justice against Robredo, opposition senators Leila de Lima and Risa Hontiveros, and his former colleague, Antonio Trillanes IV .
Advincula, claiming to be the man called "Bikoy" in the viral videos titled "Ang Totoong Narco-list," said earlier that the opposition promised him money and absolute forgiveness for accusing the family of Duterte and his allies to charge medication payments.
The videos raced social networks at the moment of the election campaign in May.
"Napakaganda ng kaso, napakaraming ebidensya," said Advincula's lawyer, who lost Senator Larry Gadon's candidate to journalists.
(The case is very good, there are many tests.)
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Gary Alejano, representative of Magdalo, former Bam Aquino, Chel Diokno, human rights lawyer, Samira Gutoc, former Attorney General, Florin Hilbay, election lawyer, Romulus Macalintal and Vice President of the Chamber, Erin Tañada, who presented himself at the Senate the Opposition Board Otso Directo in the May elections, but lost.
The same charges were also filed against vocal criticisms of the administration of Duterte, including archbishops Socrates Villegas and Pablo Virgilio David, the Honest bishops Ongtioco and Teodoro Bacani Jr. and the priests Albert Alejo and Robert Reyes.
Former Secretary of Education Bro. Armin Luistro and the former president of the Supreme Court, Theodore Te, and several officials of the Integrated Barracks of the Philippines (IBP) were also quoted as saying.
It was at the headquarters of the IBP last May that Advincula appeared for the first time before the media and appeared as "Bikoy", supposedly an old drug watchdog.
In the same month, Advincula said that all his allegations against the Duterte family were "written" and directed by members of the opposition who wanted to eliminate the president from power, which they denied.
The opposition said that it had nothing to do with the videos and called "absurd" accusations of Advincula.
– Report by Johnson Manabat, ABS-CBN News
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