Damaging disclosure

20 Sep

By Jose C. Sison

Last Monday, Sept. 16, a sensational revelation was splashed all over the internet that immediately went viral online, even if it was initially blocked in the Facebook. This is the article written by Kit Tatad in his Manila Standard Today column, “First Things First” disclosing that Janet Lim Napoles had a secret lunch at the Palace before she surrendered to P-Noy. Tatad categorically wrote in a straightforward manner that “President Benigno S. Aquino III spent several hours in closed door conversation with the reputed pork barrel queen before Napoles formally surrendered on the evening of the same day, August 28, 2013.” He reported that “Napoles arrived in Malacanang accompanied by Palace Spokesman Edwin Lacierda at 10:30 a.m. and was conducted to the Music Room where she remained closeted with the President, Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II and Lacierda, and eventually Cabinet Secretary Rene Almendras, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad and Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. until 4:30 pm.”

Full Story: http://www.philstar.com

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