BREAKING NEWS! Lacson: Enough evidences to charge De Lima
SENATOR Panfilo Lacson said Tuesday that Department of Justice (DOJ) has enough evidence to file a case against Sen. Leila de Lima for possible violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.
The Senator said he was able to go over the affidavits of the witnesses the DOJ presented which pinpoint De Lima last Tuesday at the House of Representatives probe.
“I took special notice of the narrations of (National Bureau of Investigation) agent Jovencio Ablen Jr. and his superior while detailed at the NBP (New Bilibid Prison), deputy director Rafael Ragos, not to mention those of Colangco, Magleo and the other high-profile inmates,” Lacson said, referring to convicts Herbert Colangco and Rodolfo Magleo.
“My own assessment of the evidentiary value of those affidavits and I could fairly conclude, based on some verified and verifiable facts, that those allegations are credible enough to get past the probable cause requirement to file criminal information in any court of law,” he added.