Proposals to show De Lima's video scandal at Congressional hearing approved
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House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said on Wednesday that he finds no problem in showing the video scandal of De Lima at the House inquiry if that would confirm De Lima's relationship with her driver.
Earlier, former Bureau of Corrections official Rafael Ragos and NBI officer Jovencio Ablen Jr testified that the brought millions of drug money to De Lima. They have added that the delivery of the money occurred right at the residence of De Lima while her driver Ronnie Dayan acted as her bagman.
"Well, para sa akin ano, wala naman sigurong diperensiya para malaman ng tao kung talagang totoo 'yan o hindi. [Ipakita] kung kinakailangan dahil para 'yun ang mag-uugnay kung merong personal relationship [silang dalawa]," said Alvarez.
When proded if the move is aimed to shame De Lima, Alvarez answerd...
"No, of course not. Well, she's denying that she is the one involved in that sex video so kung mag-de-deny ka, humarap ka dito at sabihin mo na, ''Di ako 'yan,' 'di ba? (so if you’ll deny, face us here and say, 'That's not me,' right?)"
"Ngayon, kung ayaw mo mag-deny [during the hearing], let the people judge kung talagang 'di siya talaga 'yun [na nasa video]. I think fair lang naman 'yun," he added.
Meanwhile, De Lima reminded Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II that showing the video is against the law.
Proposals to show De Lima's video scandal at Congressional hearing approved Reviewed by Raelyn Luchansky on 10:04:00 AM Rating: