Tuesday, May 29, 2012
LET'S CHECK THIS OUT, GUYS...
Hey, guys, one of my informants just sent me this tip:
Somebody form the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) is in possession of documents purportedly showing that ONE OF THE HIGHEST officials of our country has a total of $11.32 million and 500,000 euros in foreign currency savings.
The savings are in four banks: Allied Bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Metrobank and Chinatrust.
The dollar savings is equivalent to approximately P475 million at an exchange rate of $1 is to P43. I’’m not familiar with the exchange rate for euro, but it’s higher than the US dollar.
So we’re talking here of a minimum of P500 million. My informant did not have the breakdown of the savings in each of the four banks.
I won’t name the official, for now, pending evidence. But what I’ll tell you, people, is this official was VERY VOCAL in attacking Chief Justice Renato Corona’s peso and dollar deposits.
More importantly, this can be a good start for us in our quest to unmask the corrupt among our government officials, and politicians.
To those who have connections in the AMLC or in any of the four banks, please try to persuade your friends to share some information and, if possible, documents with us.
Try to convince them to forward copies of whatever documents they can access to you, through e-mail, personal delivery or whatever means possible.
If they can’t furnish documents, ask them for all the details they can find out like dates, amounts, types of deposits and interest rates. As much details as possible so that when we expose it and forward it to whoever or whatever body, it will be detailed enough not to be ignored.
Once we get proof, let’s approach Senators Miriam Defensor Samtiago, Bongbong Marcos or Joker Arroyo for help in, among others, finding out if this official’s wealth is in his SALN!
Believe me, guys, this official was never known to be that rich, or that super successful in business, to have that much money. 30