Official list of accused in plunder, graft cases
MANILA, Philippines–The Inquirer is publishing this official list of accused in the plunder and graft cases in the Sandiganbayan in connection with the alleged P10-billion pork barrel scam to correct the front-page table published in the June 16 issue.
Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile is accused of plunder with four others: his former chief of staff Jessica Lucila “Gigi” Reyes, alleged scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles, Napoles’ driver-bodyguard John Raymund de Asis and Napoles’ nephew Ronald John Lim.
Enrile also stands accused of 11 counts of graft. His coaccused in the graft case (48 in all) include Reyes, Napoles, De Asis, Lim, Enrile’s former deputy chief of staff Jose Antonio Evangelista II; Budget Undersecretary Mario Relampagos; Department of Budget and Management employees Rosario Salamida Nuñez, Lalaine Narag Paule and Marilou Dialino Bare; Antonio Ortiz, Dennis Cunanan, Francisco Figura, Ma. Rosalinda Lacsamana, Consuelo Lillian Espiritu and Marivic Jover of the Technology Resource Center; Allan Javellana, Rhodora Mendoza, Victor Roman Cacal, Ma. Ninez Guañizo, Encarnita Christina Munsod, Maria Julie Villaralvo-Johnson and Romulo Relevo of National Agribusiness Corp.; and Gondelina Amata, Emmanuel Alexis Sevidal, Ofelia Ordoñez, Filipina Rodriguez, Chita Jalandoni, Sofia Cruz and Gregoria Buenaventura of National Livelihood Development Corp. (NLDC).
Private respondents include Napoles’ children Jo Christine Napoles and James Christopher Napoles, Eulogio Rodriguez, Evelyn de Leon, Amparo Fernando, Fernando Ramirez, Nitz Cabilao, Aileen Palama, Mylene Encarnacion, Jesus Castillo, Renato Ornopia, Noel Macha, Jocelyn Piorato, Dorilyn Fabian, Hernani Ditchon, Rodrigo Galay, Laarni Uy, Myla Ogerio and Margarita Guadinez.
Sen. Bong Revilla is accused of plunder with four others: his former chief of staff Richard Cambe, Napoles, Lim and De Asis.
Revilla is also accused of 16 counts of graft. His coaccused in the graft case (31 in all) include Napoles, De Asis, Cambe, Relampagos, Nuñez, Paule, Bare, Ortiz, Cunanan, Figura, Lacsamana, Espiritu, Jover, Javellana, Mendoza, Cacal, Guañizo, Munsod, Johnson, Amata, Sevidal, Jalandoni, Ordoñez, Cruz, Buenaventura, Evelyn Sucgang of NLDC, Ogerio, Eulogio Rodriguez, Uy, De Leon and Piorato.
The June 16 table erroneously listed Lim and Relevo as among the coaccused in the graft case of Revilla.
Sen. Jinggoy Estrada is accused of plunder with three others: his deputy chief of staff Pauline Therese Mary C. Labayen, Napoles and De Asis.
Estrada is also accused of 11 counts of graft. His coaccused in the graft case (25 in all) include Napoles, De Asis, Labayen, Relampagos, Nuñez, Paule, Bare, Ortiz, Cunanan, Figura, Lacsamana, Espiritu, Jover, Javellana, Mendoza, Cacal, Guañizo, Johnson, Relevo, Amata, Sevidal, Jalandoni, Cruz, Buenaventura and Sucgang.
In all, a total of 54 individuals, including Enrile, Revilla and Estrada, are accused of violations of Section 3(e) of Republic Act No. 3019, also known as the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.