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Reward offered for ‘solid, credible’ info on Poe’s biological parents

By: - Correspondent / @carlagomezINQ
/ 10:31 AM December 19, 2015
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BACOLOD CITY—A retired labor judge from Bacolod City on Saturday announced a P300,000 reward for anyone who could offer a “solid and credible information” that could help lead to the true identity of Senator Grace Poe’s biological parents.
Retired Judge Jesus Nograles Rodriguez Jr., 76, said the P300,000 will come from him and six golfing buddies and friends in Negros Occidental.
He said he is not a supporter or friend of Poe, who is running for president in the 2016 elections.
Rodriguez said he only wanted the truth to come out. “It’s a patriotic act before we got to sleep permanently,” he said.
“We have decided to offer the reward money to help find the biological parents of the senator and thus settle once and for all the questions about her being a natural-born Filipino, which we all believe she is,” Rodriguez said. RAM

 

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