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Feds Seek $12.5M In California Assets From Businesswoman At Center Of Philippines Corruption Case

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice took action on Tuesday to seize $12.5 million in California property and assets from a businesswoman who is at the heart of a massive corruption scandal in the Philippines. 269 more words


Guilty but not jailed

by Artemio V. Panganiban | Philippine Daily Inquirer | 1:58 AM | Sunday, January 25th, 2015 – 

A former top official, who had the responsibility of investigating and prosecuting public officers for graft, was judged guilty of violating a law he was duty-bound to obey and enforce. 862 more words

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Benhur Luy’s ‘smiling demeanor’ annoys Napoles’ lawyer

MANILA, Philippines – Pork barrel scam principal whistleblower Benhur Luy is known for his giddy smile and happy demeanor, even during his earlier testimony at the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee hearing. 254 more words


Why the Binays will Win


As early as now, all signs point to an impending Binay Aristocracy in 2016. Consider the evidence:

Unholy Alliances.

VP Jejomar Binay’s close relationship to unpopular personalities do not affect his ratings. 697 more words

Jejomar Binay

Napoles prays the rosary 2,000 times a day – lawyer

MANILA, Philippines – The lawyer of controversial businesswoman and alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles claimed his client has been praying the rosary 2,000 times a day. 129 more words


Jinggoy says he’s not aware of infant, dead farmer as ‘pork’ beneficiaries

MANILA, Philippines – The camp of Senator Jinggoy Estrada denied the accused lawmaker was aware that among his pork barrel beneficiary was a dead farmer and a 19-month-old baby. 134 more words


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‘President Revilla’ joins rats, ok-oks in police jail


The senator who wanted to run for president of the Philippines in the 2016 elections had rats and cockroaches for company in a jail where he was locked up for links to massive plunder involving P10 billion in government funds. 523 more words