Another owner seen in choppers’ deed of sale



Expect Mike Arroyo’s lawyers to produce a deed of sale bearing the name of another person to show that the husband of former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was not the owner of the two secondhand helicopters sold to the Philippine National Police, Sen. Franklin Drilon said on Sunday.

“Remember that Archibald Po was asked to sign a blank deed of sale. I suspect (the lawyers) would try to prove that he sold the helicopters to another corporation or another individual, say Juan de la Cruz,” Drilon said in an interview.

The senator said the Senate blue ribbon committee was preparing for this defense strategy.

“I will call the lawyer who notarized (the blank deed of sale) and ask him whether he knows Po. Because Po said he did not talk to any notary public (when the sale was made),” Drilon said.

Po, owner of Lionair Inc., claimed under oath that he sold five Robinson R-44 Raven I helicopters to Arroyo in late 2003 so that his wife can use these in her presidential campaign in 2004.

Po said that after Mike Arroyo completed payments for the choppers, he was asked to sign a blank deed of sale by the latter.

Arroyo has denied ownership of the helicopters and filed perjury charges against Po.

Sen. Panfilo Lacson said two of the helicopters, then already 5 years old, were passed off as brand new and sold to the PNP in 2009.

Po said two other choppers were still in the Lionair hangar in Pasay City, while a fifth unit crashed at the height of the 2007 midterm elections.

Drilon refused to elaborate on how senators would confront Arroyo and his lawyers about the helicopters’ ownership before they were sold to the PNP.

“But how can you explain the blank deed of sale in the first place? And why else would Mr. Arroyo be brave enough to slap perjury charges against Po,” Drilon asked.

Real owner

Responding to queries sent via SMS, Drilon said the blue ribbon panel had gathered enough “circumstantial evidence” to show that Arroyo was the real owner of the helicopters now with the PNP.

“Our investigation showed he paid for the hangar fees, for maintenance … If he does not own the units, why was he paying for these?” the senator asked.

Drilon also recalled the testimony given by Po’s subordinates in Lionair that also linked Arroyo to the helicopters.

Accountant Elvie Solano-Juguan, for example, claimed receiving as much as P1 million in cash for maintenance fees paid by Arroyo.

“Arroyo paid cash like he was just buying lanzones! But paying P1 million in cash is unusual, unless you really want to hide something,” Drilon said.

The senator also noted the statement of former Lionair dispatcher Domingo Lazo that he personally received instructions, sent through text messages by Arroyo, about flight schedules and the names of passengers allowed to use the helicopters from 2004 to 2009.

“And why were the police pilots saying that when they flew (the former First Family), they made landings or had takeoffs in Area 3 of Malacañang?” Drilon added.


The senator noted that details reported and documents submitted by Po were also strong indications of Arroyo’s ownership.

“Po’s employee Renato Sia mentioned that when Arroyo made the downpayment of $500,000 for the helicopters, the money was sent to Robinson Helicopter Co. (RHC) through telegraphic transfer funded by LTA Inc.,” Drilon said.

LTA Inc. is an Arroyo-owned company with main address at the LTA Building on Perea Street in Makati City.

Credit memos

“Rene Sia said there were two credit memos. After the down payment was made, Arroyo told Po to open a dollar account at the Unionbank branch in Richville, Alabang,” Drilon said.

“A credit memo means you transfer funds from one account to another of the same bank. The balance for the helicopters, around $700,000 was paid through credit memo to Po’s account and later transmitted to RHC,” the senator said.

“We can get documentary evidence from the bank to prove that the credit memos came from the LTA Inc. account and transferred to Po’s account. I asked Po to trace who ordered the credit memo of the same bank on Perea Street,” he added.

Drilon said all these circumstances would show that Arroyo indeed owned the helicopters. “That’s why we challenge him, if he denies ownership, to accomplish an affidavit holding Archibald Po and Lionair free and harmless from any liability if he donates (the two) choppers (still in the Pasay hangar) to the PNP,” he said.

Puno to be invited

Also yesterday, Drilon said the blue ribbon committee would invite former Interior Secretary Ronaldo Puno as chair of the National Police Commission (Napolcom) and other officials who in 2008 authorized changes in the specifications of the helicopters to be purchased by the PNP.

“The Napolcom should explain why the specifications were changed so that only Mike Arroyo’s helicopters qualified (in the bidding process),” the senator said.

“In the first place, Napolcom has no technical expertise to impose technical specifications. These details should come from the end-user, which is the PNP,” he added.

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  • Rogelio

    Siyempre takipan na lahat ng mga involve dito, dapat parusahan lahat ng mga nagkasala.
    Sibakin na sa pwesto ang mga pulis officials na halata ng nangloloko, pero umaarte pa rin na ignorante sa bilihan ng helikopter, sila pa naman ang mga senior officers sa PNP, paano sila igagalang ng mga mamamayan at kapwa nila pulis? Mga top Official sa PNP na tatanga-tanga? Huwag na tayong magtaka na may rookie cop na namamaril ng civilian, pulis na involved sa drug trafficking at protection racket at marami pang kawalanghiyaan, just look at their so called leaders.

  • Anonymous

    walang kautak utak ang mga nagpapalabas ng  pagmayari ni FG sa mga helikopter napakadaling lutasin e bakit kailangan pa ng imbestigasyon.kung walang resibo hindi siya mayari.hindi tayo namumuhay sa panahon ng mga hapon pag itunuro ka ng mga makapili na gerilya ka e firing squad ka na kasama pa ang torture.iton baboy drilon na ito isa rin sa mga nakinabang kay arroyo yan hindi lang nabigyan ng husto kaya masakit ang loob.pag tagilid na ang lagay ni pinoy siguradong lilipat na naman ng partido yan at ang babanatan naman si pinoy.ganyan ang ugali ng mga hudas at walang dinidiyos kundi sarili lang nila

  • Ed Molina

    like i’ve said before, this is another ‘jose pidal’ in the making.

  • Anonymous

    “Drilon said the blue ribbon panel had gathered enough “circumstantial
    evidence” to show that Arroyo was the real owner of the helicopters”. I dont’ know men..but this is shit..Drilon has not been in private practice for a loooooooooooooong time. Good if he got a bunch of practicing lawyers in his side. Enrile was not buying this circumstantial evidence. Angara, though not in private practice, still reviewing the works of  neophytes in his ACCRA Law firm as i was told. You see he is sooooooo silent with this issue..This investigation is only for a show. I really wanted to see them to go to court, and file immediately the cases before CGMA will die.

  • Anonymous

    Drilon is floating a lot of ideas but just the same, his only goal is to keep the fire burning against the Arroyos. It’s unbelievable that a rude businessman like Po would sign a “blank” deed of sale, how stupid one can be. This is pure and simple, whoever sold to the PNP per legal documents was the previous owner of the items. I Po is denying it, the government might as well get back the money that PNP paid him. ENDOF STORY!

    • Anonymous

      “RUDE” or “SHREWD”?

    • Anonymous

      where did you came from? Why did you say its unbelievable ? Remember that the person infront of Mr. Po at that time is the husband of the president of the philippines.. a very powerful person.. very influencial..That being a businessman as mr. Po is, he knows the situation well.. that if he did not give in.. it could be a lot of trouble to him and his business.. common do you see the situation? Mr Arroyo being a lawyer himself knows his card very well at that time.. sad to say he did not learn he used that power illegally for his personal gain.. END OF STORY !

  • Ben Joe

    Here we go again with this Drilon….I am no party to both but this Drilon said a lot about the pajero bishops before they showed up in the senate hearings….once confronted with the bishops parang basang sisiw na  nanlalamig….hoy balimbing tumahimik ka na lang dahil kilala na ang diskarte mo. Publicity lang katulad ng iba diyan na kasama mo….parehas lang kayong lahat.

  • Antonio

    OMG! naging korte na yata ang senado natin… puro na imbistigasyun. bakit kailanangan pa insultuhin ang mga mga a attend kung walang makuhang statement na di nila magustuhan. In aide of legislation? bobo mga senador ito ano akala nyo sa amin hindi alam ang inyong mga gawain? lalolng yumaman ang ANC chaneels at lahat ng mga tv network dahil media coverage palagi. Business nanaman.

  • Anonymous

    With all these evidences already out on public, Arroyo’s lawyers may find it hard to present a good defense theory so tailored to deny their client’s ownership of these helicopters. Mahirap na with all these circumstantial facts. They must be looking at other technicalities or better yet, tumakas na lang. The Arroyo’s at this point might just be buying time.

  • Anonymous

    these techniques used by arroyo are almost always used by provincial governors and municipal/city mayors in their lgu’s, if you may ask….. COA, can you comment on this?

    • Anonymous

      asa ka pa sa COA. e kung hindi diyan sa mga yan e di mangyayari yang mga dugasan sa gobyerno. mga sumasahod lahat yan mga tga COA na yan. NO EXCEPTION! pera lang pala yung mga janitor nila.

  • Antonio

    korte na pala ang senado ngayon? hahahha talaga itong mga senador palibahasa mga matatanda na at wala ng magawang bats dito nalang sa imbistigayun ginagawa.

  • Anonymous

    pakain nalang kay arroyo yung helecopter. deny nalang ng deny

  • Anonymous

    mga magnanakaw! mag papalusot pa kayo! ibitay pati mga pulis! mga bantay salakay!

  • Anonymous

    Adoremus obviously you are in some lala-land! When a businessman is told by the most powerful person in  the country (he is not called FG for nothing)– to jump_ that businessman can only ask “how high?” if he wants to survive and his business to continue operating.  Adoremus–understand reality in the philippines!!

  • tongti

    Here we go again. . . talk and more talk. Drilon claims that the Senate has enough “circumstantial evidence”  to show that the former FG is the real owner of these helicopters, GO TO COURT AND FILE CHARGES ALREADY AND ENOUGH OF YOUR MEDIA MILEAGE PROPAGANDA!!! IT’S EITHER YOU HAVE IT OR YOU DON’T. YOU ARE WASTING THE TAXPAYERS’ TIME AND MONEY.

    • Badajosnon Macabaian

      paharapin mo na kasi si among mo na si exFG sa Senate. May dapat ba siyang katakutan? Are you Atty. Lambino? Trabaho ng mga senador ang mag-imbestiga. Karapatan naming mga mamamayan na obserbahan ang facial expressions ni FG sa mga tanong sa kanya. Hindi wasting of taxpayer’s money ang magmasid sa mukha ni FG. That is part of the process. Kung hindi siya ang may-ari ng mga 2nd hand helicopters, bakit siya nagbayad ng P1-MILLION maintenance fee? Bakit LTA, INc ang nagbayad ng purchase price ng mga helicopters? Mahirap bang sagutin yan?  

    • hunterskill

      iyot ka.

  • Anonymous

    pag meron senate hearing/inquiry marami nagkakasakit at nagkakaroon ng amnesia.

  • Anonymous

    This Arroyo couple really messed up the country didn’t they?  Question is, what do you think should be the right way to deal with people like this who think they own the country?

  • Anonymous

    Based on this evidence puwede nang ikulong si FG.

  • Anonymous

    by just reading comments, you can easily tell the heading of m/s philippines.

  • Angry Bird

    also charge FG for money laundering… where he gets those US dollars in cash?

  • yeoj

    may ebidensia nmn pala at sabi nga ni drilon base sa ebidensia sia nga may ari bakit hangang ngaun  wlang kaso… kasuhan na , gagamitin muna ba sa papogi.. anak ng … kaso kung kaso – inaantay ba nila si arroyo na sabhin mismo ng bibig nia ako may ari…. kaya tumatagal eh… sabi nga ng batangueno ‘ALA EY KATAGAL”

  • Anonymous

    Blank deed of sale.  That means, no name can be found except that of Po! Circumstantial evidence cannot convict the guilty beyond reasonable doubt.  However, if they think it is strong enough evidence, I still wonder why they are not filing the charges against Mike Arroyo in a court of law?  Everyone in the Senate is a coward or the truth says, they have NOTHING against Arroyo.  ???????…

    • Geoffrey Llamaroza

      What about the wire transfer?

  • Emecao Magangos

    Let the courts do their job!!!! Tama na kayong mga nasa senado….THIS IS JUST ALSO A COVER UP SA 100 % SALARY INCREASE NIYO na hindi alam ng mga kababayan. Kaming nasa mababang puwesto sa gobyerno ay wala pang increase puro naman ang trabaho namin….kayo puro tsismis at publicity wala ng ginawa…..mag-ARTISTA na lang kayo kung publicity lang ang gusto niyo. Bakit hindi niyo rin imbestigahan ang bawat isa’t isa sa inyo na lumabag sa batas….SINO BA….!!!!

  • CrocLolong


  • Anonymous

    This case was long gone now. let them do thier jobs. who cares who’s the owner
    (alam naman natin kong sino ang may ari) ..
     for sure d cla magpapahuli ng buhay. we’ll see who’s dong thier job in the sanate and if you think thier not.. then don;t vote them again in the sanate…the point is WERE THE ONE CHOOSING OUR OWN GOVERNMENT WHETER THEIR CORRUPT OR NOT.. IF YOU FEEL THIER NOT THEN DONT VOTE THEM AGAIN.. ganyan lng kasimply. 

  • Anonymous

    If they plan to have someone sign the blank deed of sale as the real owner, there is a technology that can determine how old a document is…or when the document was signed..

  • Anonymous

    If they plan to have someone sign the blank deed of sale as the real owner, there is a technology that can determine how old a document is…or when the document was signed

  • Anonymous

    I am one of the many Filipinos who want those responsible for this scam to go to jail. If that includes Mike Arroyo, the better. But we must do it in the correct legal process. We must do it with due deligence. We must do it beyond reasonable doubt in the court of law.

    Which is why I feel uneasy when Senators who are conducting the probe in the Senate are so generous with information and telegraphing their moves to whoever wants to interview them. It makes the process looklike public persecution and self promotion by these Senators. 

    Sen Drilon please stop going around TV channels and Radio stations promoting what you know and explaining your next move. Let the media men do their work. What you are doing is cheapening the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee Hearing making it look like persecution of the Arroyos.

    Let the committee hearing speak for themselves. Let the witnesses speak for themeselves. Let brilliant lawyers divine the next legal maneuver. Let them talk..NOT YOU SIR! 


    • Anonymous

      Most of the Senators are just grandstanding. What they are doing are no longer “in aid of legislation” but in aid of reelection and persecution. If indeed Arroyo owns those choppers and violated the laws, why they don’t bring the matter to the court? Senate investigations is just a waste of time and money. Why they don’t talk about on how to solve shortages of classrooms, books, teachers, etc., etc.? PURO KAYO PORMA

    • tongti

      DRILON is one BIG joke to say the least. 

  • Anonymous

    circumstantial evidence will not convict the accussed Mr Drilon dapat alam mo iyan top notcher ka sa Bar exam….granting marami ng evidence then file the case now… na….papogi ka pa kasi eh….tama na yan pogi ka na…go back to your primary job of crafting laws which will help the jobless,poor Filipinos…

    • tongti

      Nag papaPOGI si DRILON??? Bwahahaha!!!!! Oraman, he will need a lot of grandstanding for this to happen my friend but you are so right…such a waste of time and money.

      • Dionisio

        si  frank drilon, meriam santiago at si raul gonzalez pereparehong abogado at mga taga Iloilo hindi ba???  ano ang ma eexpect natin sa kanila??? ano pa eh di puro NGAWA? ika nga eh PURO WENTO wala namang WENTA??? puro papogi at paSIKSIK para sa sususnod na election?

      • Odee Jacinto

        So what do you infer from your statement, that all lawyers from Iloilo are useless? next time before you write something make sure that your pen is connected to your brain.

  • gwen balili

    mga DEMONYO lang ang naninira sa pamilyang arroyo.. hindi na kayo naawa ..
    may sakit si mam gloria panay pa ang batikos nyo? TIGILAN nyo na at buong pamilya ay palabasin ng bansa upang mapagamot si PGMA

    • Ely Torres

      ‘wag maxado mainit, sabi nga diba circumstantial evidence e.pabulaanan nya kung hindi tlga sila.

  • nemo

    Why is Drillon laying the evidenses and how they will get these evidenses against Arroyo? Are they going to recover the money?  Recover the money, return the helicopter, and sue the seller and the owner.

  • Anonymous

    donate na lang sa PNP, kasi parang walang may ari ng mga helicopters eh…

  • Anonymous

    e donate na lang sa PNP or AFP, kasi parang walang may ari ng mga helicopters na yan or ayaw lang umamin…atleast may pakinabang ang mga yan…..kesa mabulok lang sa hangar..peace!11

  • Ely Torres

    simple lang naman e, and i guess lahat naman tayo, gusto malaman ang totoo. taxpayer lahat malamang ang nagbabasa nito, pera natin yun, pera ng taong bayan. let them do their work, circumstantial evidence nga lang yan, pero sa dami naman ng pwedeng mainvolved, e bakit sila pa yung nasa circumstances na un. Good luck nalang sa Pilipinas.

  • Anonymous

    e donate na lang sa PNP or AFP…..atleast mapapakinabangan pa yan kesa mabulok sa hangar…..peace!!!

  • Anonymous

    e donate na lang sa PNP or AFP…..atleast mapapakinabangan pa yan kesa mabulok sa hangar…..peace!!!

  • Dionisio

    hindi lang porma akalain mo itinaas pala nila ang kanilang suweldo from 80 to 150K/per month at SILA SILA lang ang nakaalam. bukod pa iyong 200M/yr na pork barrel eh saan nanapupunta ito gayong wala naman silang SARILING CONSTITUENTS??? INAKU POOOOOO??? alam ba ninyo na BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS ang pinaka MAGASTOS na sangay ng gobyerno.???

  • Dionisio

    eh sino pang puno??? kundi si dating DILG biro mo hindi naisip ni BRENDA na itong si ronnie ang PUNO’t dulo nito ABA’y wala talagang kasiyahan kasi iyong KAPATID eh  ROAD USERS’ TAX naman ang tinira, sana KARMAHIND DIN KAYO tulad ng mga dating AMO ninyo.

  • Anonymous

    if the senate blue ribbon committee already have the evidences then what is it doing?

  • markx

    file appropriate cases to appropriate court NOW!

  • Bab ski

    wag itigil ang kaso sa blue ribbon… we cannot move forward without giving justice of the past… kaya tayo ikot ng ikot kasi ang dali nating mag move forward… 8s about time!!!

  • Anonymous

    puro press release ang mga lintek n pulitikong ito…aksyon n kaagad at baka biglang mamatay ang mga yan hindi masasagot ang mga lintik nyong tanong,.. at pag walang nakulong uulitin n naman ng mga nakaabang n magnanakaw jan…s aking lang pagkakaalam parang wala pang nakulong jan s mga imbestigasyon ng senate blue ribbon commitee…puro lang dakdak n malakas ang ebedinsya….papogi lng s media para s susunod n eleksyon….mga lintik kayo pagod n ang taong bayan s drama nyo…

  • Anonymous

    lutas na ang problema iba ang mayari sa pahayag ni oinky drilon.bakit pa kailangan ang senate blue ribbon para imbestigahan e mismo nangaling sa kabayong bunganga na meron ibang nagmamayari.isara ang imbestigasyon dahil pulos papogi lang at dalhin sa korte para mabilis na desisyunan

  • Lito G

    Dear Senators Drilon and Ping Lacson, I trust that you will push to move this case forward to formally charge this “FG” in court to give justice to all Filipino people that is suffering in poverty dahil sa mga ganitong anomalya sa gobyerno. I trust that you will make sure that this issue will NOT be used for any grandstanding by any politicians. Maraming salamat po.

    Responding to queries sent via SMS, Drilon said the blue ribbon panel had gathered enough “circumstantial evidence” to show that Arroyo was the real owner of the helicopters now with the PNP.

  • Fred Mil

    si al capone, kilalang utak ng krimen noon sa amerika hindi nakulong sa kanyang mga krimen. nakulong sya dahil sa tax evasion.

    paki explain nalang po sa maliliit na utak dyan na hindi maka intindi bakit hindi basta basta ang pag sampa ng kasong kriminal sa isang tao kahit pa maliwanag pa sa sikat ng araw ang kanyang pagka kriminal


    • Falayfay

      Wastong wasto ang sinabi mo! In short, kailangan pa bang imemorize yan?

  • JOemar

    Open and lets hear from the black box flight recorder ng mga helicopters…nabura na kaya yon?

    Blank deed of sale…signed….ouch! Advance Idea to Deny Slip-ups (AIDS).
     Eto na ‘ata bagong definition ng AIDS sa mga taong mandarambong.

    Ano kaya ang maipuPUNO ni Puno sa kasong ito. Mapupuno na kaya ang kulungan pagkatapos nito? Ilan pa kayang circumstancial evidence and kailangan ng senado para mag-file ng kaso sa korte?

    May glorya pa kaya bukas….kompleto na ang plano..aalis na sila, patungo SINgapore. Busy na silang tumatawag sa kanilang mga dummy sa ibat-ibang bank accounts…

    O SAY-NA-DO huwag kayong ma-stock up sa step 1…please nakakabingi na imbistigasyon nyo. Do not prolong the agony of Filipino people. Justice delayed, justice denied. Umpisahan na ang step 2 habang buhay pa ang mga hITO.

  • Anonymous

    If the senate blue ribbon has enough solid evidence as they claim they do, circumstancial or physical, then what’s holding them up not to file criminal case in the court of law.  I don’t understand.  Move now!!!

  • Anonymous

    Nag papatunay lang na puro circumstancial evidences ang hawak ni Drilon. Hindi natin alam kung itong mga circumstancial na ito ay dinoktor na mga ebidensya at ang mga tauhan ng Lionair ay tinakot ni Lacson..At tsaka papogi muna ang dating ni Drilon…Tungkol naman kay Mr. Po at mga tauhan ng Lionair, medyo nag iingat lang po sila na hindi mailagay sa isang drum at mabohusan ng

    • ira

      user name nyo po pulis. di nakakapagtaka ang posting nyo.

  • Anonymous

    More Arroyo Anomaly…
    1.- P50-million bribe to FG for the president’s veto of two franchise bills
    2.The additional funding led to a 41-percent spike in advertising expenses, from P76.129 million in 2008 to P107.420 million in 2009, which went mostly to ads for Arroyo’s achievements.
    3.The report said the PIA received from the Department of Budget and Management a notice of cash allocations amounting to P344.789 million, even though only P222.488 million was appropriated for it under the national budget.
    4.- Denial of pork barrel funds to Malacanang’s political enemies
    5.- Praises for Jovito Palparan, alleged mastermind of extra judicial killings of militants
    6.- Removal of govt bodyguards for former pres and Arroyo critic, Cory Aquino
    7.- Appointment of manicurist as a member of the board of Pag-Ibig
    8.- Appointment of gardener as deputy of the Luneta Park Administration.
    9.- Midnight appointment of an Arroyo lapdog, Renato Corona, as SC Chief Justice

    – 200+ other illegal midnight appointments
    10.- Mikey Arroyo’s undeclared properties in California
    11.- Pardon of controversial convicted criminals like Ninoy’s murderers
    12.- EO 464; requiring Cabinet members to seek presidential clearance before testifying in Congress hearings

    13.- Promise (on Rizal Day) to not run for the presidency in 2004

    14.- “Vote Buying” by giving away Philhealth cards

    15.- Taxpayers’ money for her giant billboards and and PCSO tv campaign ads[/b]

    16- Appointment of Ben Abalos, a staunch GMA ally, as COMELEC chair
    17.- Mikey Arroyo’s importation of 32 thoroughbred horses from Australia worth P384 million.
    18.Former First Gentleman Mike Arroyo used 2 choppers 16 times, son Mikey 69
    19.PNoy: PAGCOR spent P1B on coffee
    20.Jose Miguel Arroyo owned helicopters’
    all Robinson R44 Raven Is with Series Nos. 1370 to 1374
    A total of $1,423,025 was paid to Lionair for the five helicopters.
    21.Pagcor ‘pabaon’ to Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo: P345M
    22.The godmother’s ties to the Pinedas(Jueteng lord)
    23.Glorietta 2 and Batasan bombings
    The Glorietta 2 bombing happened during the height of the bribery case which took place in Malacañang.

    24.Misuse of Balikatan funds
    Navy Lt. Nancy Gadian revealed an alleged malversation of funds in 2007

    • Anonymous

      may kulang ka pa sa nilagay mo pre,wla pa ung hindi pa na nailabas sa media mrami pa clang nakurakot, sna balatuhan nila si satanas bwaha hahahahaha

    • Anonymous

      paki esplika nga dito sa ga ga mungong utak meron na iba ang batas noong panahon na iyon sa amerika at iba ang batas ngayon sa pilipinas.ang hangarin ng ating mga senatong ay magpapogi para sa susunod na halalan ay manalo hindi para gumawa ng batas anong batas ba ang gagawin nila para sa imbestigasyon na ito? pakisagot nga po para malaman naman ng ating readers kung gaano kaliit at pulos  bao lang ng inyog meron kayong utak.hehehehehe

  • Anonymous

    Arroyo corruption and many more..

    1. NBN ZTE Scandal

    2. Millions of bribe money to Congressmen and Governors (October 2007)

    3. Cheating in 2004 Elections (Hello Garci)

    4. Joc Joc Bolante Case (Fertilizer Scam, P728 Million)

    5. Jose Pidal Bank Account (Unexplained Wealth, P200 Million)
    6. Nani Perez Power Plant Deal ($2 Million)

    7. Use of Road User’s Tax for Campaigning

    8. Billion Peso Macapagal Boulevard (Overprice of P532 Million)

    9. Juetengate? (Illegal Numbers game kickbacks)

    10. Extra Judicial Killings
    11. Arroyo Moneys in Germany (Exposed by Senator Cayetano)
    12. General Garcia and Other Military Men

    13. Billion Peso Poll Automation contract to(Mega Pacific) (P1.3 Billion)

    14. Northrail Project($503 Million)

    15. Maguindanao Results of 2007 Elections (Zubiri, Bedol)

    16. NAIA-3

    17. Venable Contract (Norberto Gonzales)

    18. Swine Scam (Exposed by? Atty. Harry Roque
    19. GLORIA Arroyo son hidden assets in united states
    22.the C-5 road controversy — Senator Manuel Villar
    23.P550-million worth of funds from the Overseas Workers’ Welfare Administration (OWWA).
    24 P780-million LWUA funds-Prospero Pichay
    25 Bishop’s SUV-Gloria Pandak Birthday gift
    26 Arroyo linked in P325M lotto intelligence fund
    27 Arroyo got P200M in kickbacks from govt projects-Zaldy Ampatuan
    28.P200.41 billion or $4.6 billion in Malampaya royalties from 2002 to May this year.

    30. 600,000 metric tons of Rotten rice imported from India.Kishore Hemlani, an Indian trader allegedly close to Arroyo, reportedly bagged the P9.5 billion contract for the rice importation.

    • ira

      ay sus, sa dami ng katiwalian, di kaya sila napagod? no wonder nagkakasakit na sila. sa dami ng katarantaduhang ginawa nila, sarili nilang katawan, sinisingil na sila.

      di ko sasabihing sumalangit nawa, imposible na yon.

  • leonido

    The Senate blue ribbon investigation is disgusting because it is highly bias and even to the point that Lacson putting the word on the mouth of some policeman to implicate FG and offering them allmost anything just to link FG in influencing to buy the used helicopter. I wont wonder if Mr. Po was pointing to FG as the owner of the helicopter. If the Senator didn’t hide their antic in front of national television it is not remote that they say the same dialoge to anyone that will testify against the Arroyos. 

  • Anonymous

    Beware of Iggy…he is now coming out again to defend his bother. A liar is always a liar.
    Hope the “Pidal” case be revived, so will know what really happen. Use of dammy should not be allowed, this is perjury…a lie.

  • Anonymous

    Palalabasin ni Big Babes na ang may-ari ay yong barbero nya at masahista ni Mrs Babes.

  • Anonymous

    Wait and see. You could always ask whoever would be the owner reflected in the deed of sale. Still not an easy job and would cost arroyo’s a big sum if there would be a taker…

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