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Report: Intel report on De Lima's involvement in drugs supplied by US State Department, DEA

The specifics of De Lima's shenanigans are being exposed day by day.

Earlier this week, a report surfaced about an intelligence report linking De Lima to the drug operations in the country. The specifics of the said report were not known until De Lima herself publicly revealed it.

It turns out, the report was provided by the Americans.
Dave Luchansky
PTPA Dave Luchansky
Senator JV Ejercito bared to the media that the government holds a US intelligence report that proves De Lima's involvement in the illegal drug trade and sales in the country. He said that the report will furnish the government prosecutors' case against the corrupt senator.

He also said that such foreign intelligence would prove that the charges against De Lima were “not trumped-up charges, that there’s basis.”

The intelligence information was supposedly from the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which relayed it to the Philippines’ National Intelligence Coordinating Agency.

Another lawmaker said the US report was forwarded to Philippine authorities by the US State Department.

De Lima was slapped with several drug-related charges last month after her involvement in drug trade and sales in the national penitentiary was exposed.

Responding to the supposed US intelligence, De Lima merely called it 'fake' and just another lie, as she always does.

“It might as well be an intel from the planet Mars or Jupiter,” De Lima said in a handwritten note from her cell in Camp Crame released publicly Thursday afternoon.

“I demand that the details of such so-called US intel, if there is one, be made public so I can confront them,” she said.

She will have the chance to disprove these reports herself when the court hears her case soon.

Report: Intel report on De Lima's involvement in drugs supplied by US State Department, DEA Report: Intel report on De Lima's involvement in drugs supplied by US State Department, DEA Reviewed by Raelyn Luchansky on 6:21:00 PM Rating: 5

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