The allegation is contained in the four-page testimony of Jerramy T. Joson where she likewise blames Mangudadatu and 10 others for genuine illegal detainment.
This year, she abjured her announcement and said she was just constrained by Mangudadatu and his legal advisor Atty. Nena Santos to make such claims.
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Mangudadatu as of now filed defamation and perjury cases against her.
Joson, in the mean time, in her protestation, said she and her kid were kept and constantly advised by Santos and another legal counselor, Atty. Gemma Oquendo on what to say taking into account the substance of the note pad.
She said they even took her cell telephones and guaranteed to send them back home once the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) acquires her affirmation on the pay off assertion.
Joson said while she needed to tell the powers and her family what was going on, she said she got terrified on the grounds that they advised her that De Lima is a decent companion of Santos and that she gets P5 million month to month from Mangudadatu.
"Gusto ko man ipaalam ang pangyayari at magsampa ng kaso noon natatakot kami sa maaaring mangyari sa pamilya ko dahil sa mataas silang mga tao at bukambibig nila na kakampi nila si DOJ Secretary Leila de Lima dahil matalik daw s'yang kaibigan ni Atty. Nena Santos at kada buwan s'yang nakakatanggap ng month to month remittance na P5 million mula kay Gov. Esmael "Toto" Mangudadatu… "Joson said in her sworn statement.
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De Lima is receiving P5 million monthly from Mangudadatu? Reviewed by FilipiNews PH on Saturday, May 28, 2016 Rating: