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Sara Duterte: ‘Bikoy’ is ‘a fool,’ ‘a scam’

Sara Duterte-Carpio. Noy Morcoso/INQUIRER.net

Sara Duterte-Carpio. Noy Morcoso / INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines – Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio on Thursday described Peter Joemel Advincula, the man who claims to be “Bikoy,” as a “fool” and “a scam” created by people opposed to President Rodrigo Duterte.

“He is a scam created by people who oppose the Duterte administration to discredit the President and some members of our family,” Duterte-Carpio told INQUIRER.net in a Viber message,

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“This group is so disorganized they cannot even get to first base because the path to their objective is in disarray,” she added.

Advincula surfaced on Thursday and claimed that the series of “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos were orchestrated by the Liberal Party (LP) and by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.

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He said the Trillanes and LP were trying to unseat President Rodrigo Duterte.

READ: Project Sodoma: ‘Bikoy’ says opposition wanted Duterte ousted

READ: ‘Bikoy’ says claims in videos are lies, tags LP, Trillanes

Sought for comment that the LP and Trillanes were behind the narcolist videos and plots against the President, Sara said: “Maybe true, maybe not. One thing is sure, that person is a fool.”

She said that whoever was the person behind behind Advincula should shoot himself.

“Kung ako leader ng grupo na ito, I will shoot myself in the head, get rid of the brain that is not useful,” she said. (Editor: Cenon B. Bibe Jr.)

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TAGS: Antonio Trillanes, Bikoy, Drugs, Liberal Party, narcolist videos, Peter Joemel Advincula, Rodrigo Duterte, Sara Duterte
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