De Lima’s investigation on EJKs has become a demolition job against Duterte

Senate hearings reveal a lot about Philippine society. They reveal the ugly side of Filipinos. Watching the exchanges between senators make you realise that some senators, especially the ones allied with the Liberal Party, are motivated by their lust for power and not by their desire to see a better Philippines.

Senator Leila de Lima: Engaging in character assassination
Senator Leila de Lima: Engaging in character assassination
Take the case of Senator Leila De Lima. One would consider De Lima’s Senate hearing on the alleged drug related “extra-judicial killings” under the current administration of President Rodrigo Duterte laudable if it wasn’t highlighting her failure in her previous jobs as Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission and as Department of Justice Secretary respectively.

Her Senate hearings are supposed to result in finding out if there is truth in the perception that the murders are due to abuse of power by the members of the Philippine National Police. Unfortunately, De Lima’s witnesses are not helping shed light on it. Her first witness proved that it was during former President BS Aquino’s term when her husband and father-in-law were allegedly dealing with corrupt cops who were involved in drug dealing. Now her latest witness only divulged information not relevant to the issue she is currently investigating.

De Lima’s latest witness, Edgar Matobato, alleged former member of the Davao Death Squad, revealed damning information about President Duterte and his son Paolo Duterte. According to Motubato, he has killed 50 persons personally between 1988 to 2013 and only killed them as per instructions of Duterte and his son. He also accused Paolo of being a drug addict who took part in the killings. Furthermore, he claims that Duterte ordered the Davao Death Squads to murder De Lima while she was in Davao City back in 2009 investigating Duterte’s involvement in the killings.

 Matubato said he was a militiaman under the Scout Rangers when he was personally recruited by Duterte in 1988 to join the “Lambada Boys,” a seven-man “liquidation squad” he said was the precursor of the DDS.

The Lambada Boys, he said, was sent out to kill “criminals — pushers, rapists, snatchers every day.”

“Ang trabaho lang po namin Ma’am, pumatay lang nang pumatay ng tao (Our only job was to kill and kill people),” he told Senator Leila De Lima.

and…

Matubato said he and several DDS members were ordered, allegedly by Duterte, to ambush De Lima and her party and had positioned themselves on the hilly portion of the quarry. However, the attack was not carried out because De Lima said, “hindi na kami umabot doon (we did not reach that far).”

Matobato’s account, if true, is shocking, indeed. But what is even more shocking is the fact that De Lima presumably knew about all this information years ago because Matubato was under their witness protection program. Yet she didn’t do anything about it. One wonders why De Lima did not file a case against Duterte before he ran for President. De Lima was DOJ Secretary for 6 years but couldn’t produce a credible witness against Duterte. Now that she is under fire for her failure to stop the drug trade in the country’s penitentiary, the New Bilibid Prison and her own alleged involvement in the drug trade, all of a sudden she produced a witness who remembers every victim Duterte supposedly ordered killed.

It seems De Lima is trying to pin Duterte for something that he cannot be prosecuted for because, one, the alleged crimes were committed while he was still a mayor and, two, Duterte enjoys immunity from suit while he is President. The bottom line is, De Lima is wasting everyone’s time with information that is not needed in the hearing. Therefore, we can conclude that De Lima’s goal in inviting her witness is to engage in character assassination – something that she was against when Duterte divulge her affair with her driver.

Some people couldn’t help but notice that both De Lima and Senator Trillanes were asking the witness leading questions. Both senators also tried to stop Sentor Senator Alan Peter Cayetano from cross examining the witness. They wanted to limit his questioning time. Both De Lima & Trillanes seemed afraid the witness might implicate the Liberal Party in the plot to unseat Duterte. Cayetano insists that the hearing has turned into a demolition job against Duterte instead of a mere investigation on the extrajudicial killings.

Senators allied with the Liberal Party have used senate hearings in the past as a platform to persecute their political enemies. They know both the local and international media are watching and are using the opportunity to tear down Duterte’s reputation. They have done this several times in the past. They do not care about the repercussions in doing this. If investors lose trust in the Duterte administration, the economy might suffer and so will the Filipino people.

The members of the Liberal Party will not hesitate to damage the reputation of their enemies even if it means damaging the very fibre of Philippine society. Despite their façade of decency, the Liberal Party is not championing due process. If they were, they would also want to know if the witness is telling the truth. It seems they just want to grab power back by riling up the public and turning them against Duterte. Fortunately, a lot of people can see through what they are doing since they have done this to others so many times in the past. The pattern of their sociopathic behaviour is now too obvious. Only the gullible will believe them.

[Photo courtesy GMA News Online.]

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153 Comments on “De Lima’s investigation on EJKs has become a demolition job against Duterte”

  1. pnoy is the one puppetering at the senate like he did to Corona. texting his attack dog trillanes. distribute hacienda luisita it is the one he’s fighting for.

  2. Those Liberal Party should be disbanded for life!!! They should be force to exile & go to other countries where there are many chaos & divisions & then not to go back to our beloved country. Sa susunod Sen. Cayetano dalhin mo ang iyong M16 at barilin mo ang mga LP members sa loob ng Senate kapag mayroong papatay sa iyong microphone at biglang lumapit sa iyo ni Sen. Laila DeLima.

      1. De Lima said she has 14 million reasons why she won’t step down: her voters. Are you going to kills them all? The problem is not the people, it’s the people you allow to run for office. Those are the ones that should have their names on a bullet.

        1. Eh, I’m pretty sure it isn’t 14M, seeing as the Smartmatic bullshit helped the LP cheat in the last elections.

        2. lol, the LP cheated on the last election? Says who, bongbong marcos? His evidence? Three men with bag over their heads, yet you cruciify a man who is a witness on Duterte’s ALLEGED crime (I said alleged because Duterte has not been convicted and no evidence was presented hence, he is innocent until proven guilty)? This guy has balls compare to bongbong three witnesses – who were allegedly paid by bongbong himsself. Again, I stresses alleged bec there is no evidence that bongbong paid them yet the anti-de lima were quick to accuse that the witness is in cohorts with the LP party.

          This is the typical pinoy mentality, David. They rely heavily on conspiracy theories And use then as facts.

        3. lol, the LP cheated on the last election? Says who, bongbong marcos? His evidence? Three men with bag over their heads, yet you cruciify a man who is a witness on Duterte’s ALLEGED crime (I said alleged because Duterte has not been convicted and no evidence was presented hence, he is innocent until proven guilty)? This guy has balls compare to bongbong three witnesses – who were allegedly paid by bongbong himsself. Again, I stresses alleged bec there is no evidence that bongbong paid them yet the anti-de lima were quick to accuse that the witness is in cohorts with the LP party.

          This is the typical pinoy mentality, David. They rely heavily on conspiracy theories And use then as facts.

          kek, missing the point as always.

          Leni Robredo is just spending time traveling over the country like it’s still election day instead of doing her job as HUDCC Chairwoman. What do you call that anyway?

          And yes, the LP cheated last election but the COMELEC decided to go on with it and cover things up (thanks to one Yellowtard named Andy Bautista). And you’re wondering why there is an electoral protest going; the pre-shaded ballots allegation is no conspiracy theory. It also happened in Basilan, my father’s home province.

          And yes, Matubato has balls… because he was protected. Seems you never watched how Alan Peter Cayetano managed to dissect him with his hard questions; in turn, his allegations against Duterte is questionable because he had no credibility. That’s why De Lima and Trillanes tried to stop him, accusing him of being ‘out of order’.

          Aside from relying on conspiracy theories and not facts, the typical Pinoy mentality is that they can easily be manipulated on whom to hate and whom to love by just a simple whim.

        4. that 14 million votes of de5 was made by Andy Bautista and the smarmatic band. sa toto lang baka wala pang milyon ang boto nyan.Kung susuriin ang mga balota..dapat ay hindi lahat ng senador ay maboboto o may blank,Yung bakante sa vote ay automatically na fill up ng code na ginawa ng smartmatic na pabor sa LP..Example 2 lang senador ang binoto ko.pagtingin sa pinagsulatan ko ay napuno ng mga senador na taga LP at akbayan

  3. The witness was taken by De Lima and Porky Drilon, from the National Mental Hospital. It is a tactic of De Lima and Porky Drilon, to cover their involvement with the Shabu Drug Lords.

    These people are evil…they will not stop , until their crimes are covered. Someone should file an immorality charge on De Lima, for her affair with her married driver lover.

    Someone should file charges on her involvement in the Drug Trade. She was not yet a Senator, when, she was involved with the Drug Lords.

    We can declare Martial Law, to arrest these people and their cahoots. They all should be hanged !

    1. no need to file charges against them. people power can do it in one day. they’re testing it the power of the people it’s the one they’re afraid of.

      secondly during hearings at the senate, cellphones should not be allowed even during break time. hearing panels should not have access information on how to this and that outside.

      1. You might realize years down down the road that your “People power” may be the wrong kind of power. Don’t get too hyped up about wanting things right here, right now. Change is not an overnight deal.

        1. THAT WRONG KIND OF POWER IS THE PAST. PILIPINOS WERE ENLIGHTENED NOW HOW THEY WERE FOOLED BY THE YELLOW DYNASTY EVERYTHING WAS FABRICATED UNTIL NOW AT THE SENATE AND THAT’S HOW GOOD THEY ARE.

          NEXT THURSDAY IS THE HEARING ON DE LIMA….THANKS GOD AT LAST THE PILIPINOS WILL HEAR THE TRUTH. THEN WE GO ON THE NEXT CHAPTER…’IN SEARCH OF THE PHILIPPINE’S PABLO ESCOBAR’ HOW EXCITING ISN’T IT?

        2. some idiot opined that an immorality charge against De lima for her alleged Fk affair with her driver, LOL! OMFG! What a fking idiot. Why don’t we send all immoral people to jail, including the ones who engages in pre-marital sex since the act itself is immoral – that would be at least 75% of the population. Damn! Some people can be so blatantly slelf-righteous hyoocrites. Well, many religious fundies are regardless of their religious affiliation.

          i also noticed that the self-righteous hypocrites are as immoral as the immorals, lol.

          Ladies and Gents, I present you, once again, the self-righteous hypocrites of our society – there are many of them shamless pukes, lol

          These hypocritical fks still exists today? hahahaha!

        3. Exactly, Ren Car. These vigilantes want to burn De Lima on the stake, but what about the others guilty politicians who are laughing in the background by not being the target of this witch hunt? Are these vigilantes going to get them all?

        4. David. I do not know for certain that the person(s) in power now is right. What I do know is Duterte’s intention ia what is good for the country – as he sees it – not not for self-empowerment nor greed.

          Yes, I criticize him for his shoot in the hip rhetoric and I will not defend hin for his blunders.

          I also see Duterte as thin skinned – he will attack anyone at the slightest criticism. He is quick to make accusations without providing evidence but when he is critized of any wrong doing – he will throw a temper tantrum like a mad dog but – I still support him unless there is evidence of a crime.

          Duterte stands out among all the past presidents because filipinos can sense his desire and passion to serve the country, not himself.

        5. That may be true about Duterte having sincere concern for his country and his people. However, I, too, have to disagree with his callous methods of alienating other countries–especially the United States—where millions of Filipinos are now living; and, during times of crises in his own country, the Americans have always been there to offer their assistance.

          I’m not saying the United States is a perfect nation; but when push comes to shove, it will be there for the Philippines–Duterte or No Duterte–for the sake of their long history of alliance and the millions of Filipino-Americans living in the United States today. “No man [country] is an island,” especially for the Philippine Islands.

  4. porky Drilon smugly saying, “no questions, I’ve heard enough”..showing how biased these proceedings are..uncorroborated testimony and they seem to swallow everything..hook line and sinker..my question is, if the witness is so afraid for his life and the safety of his family, why come out only now that Duterte is president? if he was afraid of Duterte when he was still just a mayor, wouldn’t he fear him more, now that he is president? and he said he left his family back in Davao..wouldn’t his coming out now, compromise the safety of his famuily? so many inconsistencies to be fully believable under the current situation…Lacson is right..I watched the testimony of Ador Mawanay as well….

    1. The problem with getting rid of De Lima is she will just be replaced by another pig. I don’t know what’s wrong with your pigs, but your country needs to stop raising them.

  5. 17 STRIKES AND COUNTING… FOR EDGAR MATOBATO

    1. Nograles did not have any bodyguards that got killed due to politics.

    2. Paolo Duterte studied in Philippine Women’s College (PWC) in Davao and not in Ateneo de Davao.

    3. He was never a bodyguard to Paolo Duterte as confirmed by a schoolmate.
    4. PAOCTF was abolished in 2001 and not in 2002 thus there was no such meeting.
    5. Richard King was killed in Vital C office and not in McDo.

    6. There is no man named Matobato in CAFGU list as confirmed by the Philippine Army

    7. Imagine 200 bullets riddled to a victim and still alive.

    8. Paolo Duterte was taking drugs and based his statement on looks and hearsay.

    9. Initially said he was a ghost employee by Davao City Hall and receives 3K per month but later changed it to 5K, ano ba talaga?

    10. Initial questioning he revealed he killed 50 persons but later on he said it could be 1,000 or more, oh really now?

    11. Mr Matobato said on 2003 then CHR Delima had a police operation to dig alleged graves and was planned to be ambushed (killed) but the now Senator Delima immediately corrected that it was 2009, sino ba talaga ang witness?

    12. He alleged that he was a ghost employee in Davao City Hall but at the same time works at the police arm office of the City Mayor and receives monthly wage but COA and City Hall officials has already said there is no such ghost employee practices in the city, ano ba talaga?

    13. His confusing statement on who brought him to the Senate to become witness, kaibigan daw nya pero di nya kilala, kilala daw nya matagal na pero bago lang, si father daw sa simbahan ang hiningan nya ng tulong; ano ba talaga koyah?!

    14. He said he does not have any cellphones, access to tv, newspapers, or radio; but… the wife of Richard King called him, but… when he was hiding in Pangasinan his unknown “friend” went to him to get him as witness; ano ba ang totoo?

    15. He said he killed a certain terrorist with a name, Sali Makdum. But such name cant even be googled, ano super secret lang cya?

    16. He said “pinapark daw nila yung van na itim na ginagamit nila pang kidnapped sa GAISANO SUBDIVISION”, but there is no such subdivision with that name in Davao, ano imagination lang?

    17. He said he executed a notarized affidavit indicating all his revelations being a DDS before he took oath and became witness in the Senate, but that is another lie; there is no such affidavit. All his statement during the committee session is not legally binding but just for show.
    This is a hilarious day, indeed!

    1. ALMOST SAME SAME THINGS ALL FABRICATED LIES AGAINST CORONA. THAT’S THE GENIUS OF THE YELLOW DYNASTY MAKING THE PEOPLE BELIEVED SINCE MARCOS.

      1. Corona was just a casualty of political bribery. He was a scapegoat for these vigilantes who couldn’t lay a hand on GMA. These vigilantes just want a body to burn at the stake, regardless of who it is.

    2. Kaya paiba iba ay walang affidavit..mautak ,kasi pag wala kang sign confession,puwede niyang sabihing hersay lang yun. aral kasi ke trillanes
      Matagal na pala sa costudy ng DOJ yan pero di gumagawa ng affidavit ,kasi para anytime puwedeng ma update.Pag me affidavit,wala na siyang madadagdag doon..Kaya talagang ginamit lang si Mbato para sa character assasination

  6. We should arrest De Lima, Porky Drilon, Trillanes, Hontiveros, etc…they are obstructing the War on Drugs ! Hang these bastards…they cheat in elections; they protect Drug Lords; they produce a witness, from National Mental Hospital, to cover their crimes !

    1. correct! the 4 are communist lean they deserved a citizen’s arrest, no more judiciary judiciary fuck! now time for the people to rise.

    2. For as long as these three porkies are on the loose…..delimaw trilliones and drilliones ….the presedential campaign for change will always be disturbed…so today is the best time to put them behibd bars.

  7. the duterte administration should issue a warrant of arrest for edgar matobato for all the lies he tells at senate and for all what he confessed he killed in the past. and squizzed him on who send him to the senate for all the lies he said.

    1. AIf De lima hid all these information during the pnoy information, she should be sacked along with her cohorts, however, this case ahould be investigated throtouglh and, if what the witnessed had said is true. Duterte should join De lima in a cell so they can sing kumbayah together.

      Moreover, If Duterte is only guilty of ordering thr killings of drug dealers, rapists, kidnapper, etc. – I do not see anything wrong with that. Why spend the taxpayers money to house and feed these meanace to society?

      But, if it can be proven that Duterte had order the killings of his political opponents or people who have not conitted a crime – only a moronic idiot will still defend Duterte.

      I am a very big fan of Duterte but I also criticize him for the things he had said. My concern is for the country, not for one person.

      I refuse to be a loyal mindless sheep – where you just supoort and agree with an authority even if he/she makes a mistake.

      I remember one blogger on this site who said that Robredo supporters are the most rabid, which
      is far for bring true. I just read some of the idiots here who called to kill all liberal parties.

      To single out robledo supporters is ignorance and just plain idiocy albeit I would not call that blogger ignorant and idiot. It is much more of intellectual dishonesty. Sadly, there are mindless lemmings who agreed with that blogger without fact-checking.

      Some people say that Duterte is a dictator – which is a pretty effing stupid to say.

      Last time I checked, anyone can speak anything against Duterte without the fear of getting arrestted, jailed, tortured, etc. Duterte is not a brutal and kleptocrat dictator like Marcos. Then again, the Ilokanos, marcos apologists, and marcos supporters would disagree.

      They said that the Filipinos should move on and not talk about Marcos. As much as I like Duterte, i wonder how come he did not say the same thing about the US atrocities in the Philippines some hundred years ago. why would the mArcosses aplologize for Ferdi’s crimes when they did not have anyting to do with it? Why would Obama apologize for something he didn’t do, or any living american didn’t do.

      Ladies and gents – I bring you Filipino hypocrisy at its finest. Many Filipinos act as if they are holier than thou, just like the ultra right wing conservative republicans, but they themselves stink to the core.

      Do I still like and support Digong? Hell yes but it would not stop me from crticizing him and defending him fron all the political retards (robredotarfds, marcostards, pnoytards – including the dutertetards.

      Being a blind loyalist to one party or leader is not the same as being loyal to your country. Country first before anyone else.

      Do not be a mindless retard. Support your party but you must also criticize them for any mistakes or wrongdoing.

      The ultra right wing idiots are just the same as tge ultra left wing idiots – two stupid dogs in pod.

      1. president duterte is the third hero behind jose rizal and marcos whose intentions is for the country. the rest are all opportunist that’s already imbedded in the peoples coconut. thanks to the yellow dynasty, they just exposed their humanity hehe

        1. So her crime is having sex with her driver at butanting sya?!? ahahahaha! Estupidos bobos! Hahaha. I do not care if it’s duterte’s sex video. I support duterte because of what he has done so far for the country but I also criticize him for his blunders. Duterte is an immoral man. he so claimed himself, but he did not run for the papacy. Damn! Are you really this idiotic? Really? hahaha

        2. jose rizal is a faggot.
          pres du30 maybe next to marcos but cant surpass the best president Ferdinand Marcos.
          i will support DU30 admin all tha way. he is the best we have now.

      2. You can view the Sex Video of De Lima and her Driver Lover in the You Tube. It should be titled: De Lima’s Kama Sutra !

        “Malibog pa rin ang butanding” …ang sagwang tignan ” !

        1. Everybody is focused on De Lima and what’s she’s done. What about the other politicians and what they’ve done. Why doesn’t anyone question that? What about Duterte and his possible connections to the MILF? Has anyone questioned that?

        2. David – I applaud you for your fair and level-headed insight. I am with you all the way. As much as I am a supporter of duterte, we should defintely look into his ties with the mnlf but I do think his only concern is for the good of the country and not the MNLF or any other group.

          You have to remember that this is the phillipines where dictators like Marcos is revered as a hero, or a saint to the ilokanos: and Pnoy aquino as the patron saint of daang matuwid – Pwe! lol!

        3. I’ve noticed most contributors on this site is all about crucifying De Lima because their great president had pointed her out; but when someone else brings up the topic of other corrupt politicians, everybody pretends not to hear it.

          That tells me either these contributors know very little, or nothing at all, about other corrupt politicians. For all we know Duterte could be doing a great job of fooling all of us into thinking that he’s really for the country and not himself.

          “Only time will tell,” as the saying goes; and the Philippines seems like it has a lot of time to waste on figuring out who’s the straight shooters, and who’s not, among their elected officials.

    2. a yellow tard
      Malabo yan…
      Walang sign affidavit..sasabihin lang noong gago,,hersay ko lang yun nabasa ko sa script writer na taga ABS CBN..end of discussion

  8. @ Ilda, so because DeLima FAILED at her previous jobs, she should also FAIL at her present job as well ?

    I recall when she was head of the Commission on Human Rights she was at logger-heads w/Duterte over the ‘Davao Death Squads’ and this was before she was part of the Aquino admin. and she was appointed by GMA, she seems consistent in her hatred of ‘Death Squads’ and ‘Lack of due Process’ practised by Duterte…and you just don’t like her, isn’t that right? YOU ILDA, are totally against this woman for personal reasons? Your lacking in objectivity, and therefore integrity, from where I sit.

      1. I really Detest the Sex Video of De Lima and her Driver Lover !

        Did someone sell the dvd copies in Quiapo ? I doubt, if anybody would buy them ! Sira negosyo !

    1. The DOJ should have done their smear campaign during the election before Filipinos could vote for Duterte and not after. Doing so will just cause people to question their motives. Then again, the ruling party at the time of the election was fixated on Binay and then Poe, Duterte blindsided them. But really, if the ruling party just did a good job in 2010-2016, people might have been more willing to reelect them.

    2. There it is Ilda, according to BoBo Brazil and company, if you “dare” scrutinize and question De Lima’s motives you are somehow “persecuting” her or just doing this because of a “grudge”. We’ve seen this template responses before.

    3. I have no personal grudge against De Lima. She’s a public servant. She should expect criticism from the public. Only star-struck ignoramuses believe public servants should be spared from criticism.

      You missed this part of the article:

      …De Lima presumably knew about all this information years ago because Matubato was under their witness protection program. Yet she didn’t do anything about it. One wonders why De Lima did not file a case against Duterte before he ran for President. De Lima was DOJ Secretary for 6 years but couldn’t produce a credible witness against Duterte. Now that she is under fire for her failure to stop the drug trade in the country’s penitentiary, the New Bilibid Prison and her own alleged involvement in the drug trade, all of a sudden she produced a witness who remembers every victim Duterte supposedly ordered killed.

      1. No, it was not missed, a question was asked and you just hurled an insult and dodged the question, u can fool idiotic Failipino’s and you can fool yourself as well with this answer.

      2. ilda
        Me tanong lang ako.di ba sa Italian mafia ay may code of silent. Gawin din kaya ni Delima sa LP kung matutumbok siya as a drug protektor at ikanta yung mga nasa itaas niya.

    4. Bo Bo BRAZIL
      Expalin this. With SC TRO in place,delima still arrest GMA w/o a warrant,ano ito for the love to pnoy,tuwad na daan..sa NBP timbog na siya doon
      Only in the yellow controlled government,fairy tales can be true

    5. The question is why is she only doing her job now as a govt official when the circumstances permit her to persecute her party’s political enemy? If she ever intended on exposing serious criminality, she should have while she was justice secretary. Bilibid Drug crime thrived under her watch. She seems to have had intimate knowledge of it.

  9. IF IT IS TRUE, that Duterte sits with immunity form suit, or breaking of laws, while sitting as President……it just proves what is wrong with the entire political process in the Philippines. A crime is a crime no matter who commits it.

    1. @Bo Bo Brazil. A crime is only a crime in the Philippines if you’re not well-connected. Integrity is what Filipinos say they aspire for, but it’s only valid when it’s practical and convenient. It’s political and legal immunity the rest of the time.

    2. Bobo Bra-sil
      eto pa matagal na pala sa DOJ custody yang si malabato.baket hindi kinasuhan siduterte, malakas si pnoy sa senate dahil s aPDAF at Dap na pinamigay niya.Yung sinabi niya lately sa hearing ay automatically,guilty as charge kaagad si du30 dahil yellow government nga ang nasa power. at advantage,walang affidavit
      Sagot ko sa asrili kong tanong..Noong panahon na yun ay nobody si DU30,no treat sa LP kaya hindi pinag aksayan ng panahon dahil mas busy sila sa 3 opposisyon at maharang yung Napoles list.. kaya nga naimbento ang selective justice,kasi ay sabit ang mga Liberal..sagutin mo na yung iba

  10. bobo brazil – The fault lies within the Filipinos because they let their leader, regardless of political affiliation, get away with anything and they are exemplary in pointing fingers. We let bygones be bygones – from marcos to pnoy. As for duterte, if it is proven he committed a crime, he should also be thrown in jail but nothing has been proven so far, and I still support him unless proven otherwise.

    He is far from perfect but filipinos feel, like myself, that his main and only concern is for his country – not power or wealrh like Marcos

    1. @Ren car. Justice in the Philippines is only as good as the next administration–from Marcos-to PiNoy-to Duterte-and so on. It’s like playing the board game Monopoly. Everybody get to commit their own crime, then it’s a “Get Out of Jail” card at the end of the term for the current administration. So you’re right. The fault really lies among the Filipinos, including the twisted beliefs and opinions of every writers and readers on GRP, on why the Philippines is screwed up.

    2. Baket nyo binoto..sinabi naman niya na magiging madugo pag siya ang nanalo. Pag sinubo mo na ang kendy,di mo na iyan maisosole. ang mga reklamador lang dito ay yung bumoto ke boy droga grandmaster drug protector..sasamahan ka pa niya saan bibili.DILG yata siya kaya alam

  11. bobo brazil – ida, and most of the bloggers on this site, are either ilokanos, marcos apologists and supporters. They blame everything on pnoy and the aquino clan. Heck, I would not be surprised if they blame world war Ii on the aquinos, lol.

    You have to give Ida and her cohorts credit – they are unlike to dumbtards who posts idiotic articles. They are intellectually savvy and their propaganda is well-executed but it would be a blatant lie if they claim that they are fair and balance – just like faux news, lol.

    1. I have to agree with you on your assertion. Most bloggers on this site look like they’re all watching the same soft porn channel on what’s going on in their country. When someone introduces hard core porn stuff, they start freaking out. Amateurs—they only see what they want to see.

      1. @ David, like I just presented to Ilda. DeLima has been hounding Duterte and the Davao Death Squads for ten years. DeLima brings it out now, surely for political purposes, but that is politics in the Phailippines.
        The country is set up to fail. the entire constitution and the way the banking laws are written are set up to protect those in power who have stolen Peso’s, truned them into USDollars and then hide them. Marcos family has been doing it since 1965 ,the Aquino’s since 1986. WHO IS RICHER? WHO THE FUCK KNOWS?
        BUT THE LOSER’s are surely the Filipino people.

        1. Marcos started the legacy of stealing for all Filipino politicians to follow. He was the perfect model of thievery.

    2. *sigh* Are we going on this again?

      Either you are dumb or you’re just trolling. I think it’s the latter. At least they have to back it up while you’re just EMO over one tainted surname.

      1. Dumb applies to those who are incapable–or hasn’t been presented the chance–to see other possibilities, DrKeyll. Trolling can be practiced by any of us. Who’s EMO? One of your nemesis who disagree with your views?

    3. We are just giving Aquino and his YellowTards, the dose of their own medicine !

      The Blame Game could work either way !

      I’m busy recopying the De Lima’s Sex Videos…I edited it, and titled it: “De Lima’s Kama Sutra”…maybe, I can sell some in Binondo, Divisoria and Ongpin ! Sira talaga negosiyo !

    1. That’s a sign of a one-way thinker. I guess my days on this site–in spite of my being new–are also numbered, because my views will contradict the views of the people who control this site. Sad.

      1. Don’t you even realized? You’re actually SPAMMING the whole page with your ad hominem attacks. So don’t be surprised if the author would delete your comments.

    2. @Bo Bo BRAZIL

      What are you talking about? I haven’t had a chance to read the comments here until now. I have not deleted any comments.

      You can quit playing the victim card now.

      1. Wheew! I sense a lot of hate and anger from you BABYLON AND ON. You’re going to have to figure out a way to release those frustration, even if it means taking it out on me. So bring it “ON,” BABYLON AND ON, bring it “ON.”

  12. drkeyl – is that the best you can do? Really?!? They back up their arguments based on other people’s written articles who share their views. Tainted name ? says who? The ilokanos and marcos apologists? I, at least, have a mind of my own and i am not a mindless dittohead like you 🙂

    1. @ REN CAR, wait till you see some of the shit that passes for intelligence here,LOL !!!!

      I have seen a definite change in the admin of this site since Bing-Bong ran for President.I can only think that since GRP has many readers now that there was some $$$$$$ changing hands for favorable articles. TO ME? The Marcos family, The Aquino family and all the rest of the political family dynaties(Estrada,Binay,Enrile,Cayetano,Santiago etc…get the picture?) across the country are criminals that belong in jail.I have seen Romualdo’s in Camiguin having breakfast with 5 bodyguards surrounding them,on Sunday morning after church. Now why would they need that sort of protection on Camiguin island ? Camiguin ,where only ‘RICH’ people can go?

      1. bobobrazil – that would never happen. Filipinos are loyal to their chosen leader. To them, all politicians are corrupt, criminals, evil except their chosen messiah, lol.

        True, Marcos have sone some great things but for the ilokanos and marcos apologists, Marcos have done no crime and he did not rob the country. To the pnoytards, Pnoy was really for the daang matuwid – daang matuwid my filipino brown ass.

        I am willing to give duterte a chance despite his many short-comings. He deserves a chance but I hope he does not blow it with his callious rhetoric. Bashing The US and the UN is a mistake. If it weren’t for them, the Chinese would have claimed the disputed island as their own. Besides, The philippine military is funded by the US – for at least $196 miilion.
        I

        I dont know about the others but I would rather side with the UUS instead of China and Russia. If those two countries ally themselves with the philippines, I am sure it is not out of kindness, lol.

        Funny thing is many pinoys bash the united states but every time there is a natural calamity in the Philippines, The US is one of the firts nations to help.

        No, The US is not perfect, just like any country, but we have been milking the US since after WWII, and our concept of democracy was derived from the US constitution.

        1. “I dont know about the others but I would rather side with the UUS instead of China and Russia. If those two countries ally themselves with the philippines, I am sure it is not out of kindness, lol.”

          I agree. The Philippines think Duterte is doing the right thing by breaking ties with the Unites States and building a new with China and Russia. Just ask the millions of Filipino-Americans, who are happily living in America today, if they would consider changing their U.S. citizenship to China or Russia. NOT!

        2. david, I also wonder if the filipinos who work in china, or hong kong, or Russia, if any, can say that they live happily in those two countries.

          There are filipinos who are nationalists but they wear US brand producfs, lol. Philippine indenpence? U r right – no nation is an island. It is true that The philippines receive aid from China and the US, and from other countries as well. I prefer american interests in the philippines over China. Call it colonia mentality but i do not give a hoot. I would rather have american influence than spain, japan, or yuck – china.

          Given that the US has committed atrocities a hundred years ago, it is also the only country who fought and died along with the filipinos during world war II.

        3. These Filipinos who live and work in China or Russia can’t say anything because they’ll get their tongues cut off.

          That also gets me about these nationalist Filipinos who speak badly of the United States. Almost all Filipinos I’ve met in the Philippines have relatives living in America, and a good number is waiting for their visa to arrive so they can also immigrate to that country.

          If it weren’t for the Americans, the Philippines would have been overrun by Communism and Muslim insurgencies a long time ago. Then the whole country would really be a Third World and poor, like Syria or Somalia, and the people working in labor camps.

          That’s why Filipinos need to stop being ungrateful for the hands that have been feeding them for a long time. The food that China and Russia are offering them may not be that good and enough.

    2. Nah, he’s just pointing out about your shenanigans and trolling, dumbass. Yeah, you have a mind of your own: more like one-sided thinking.

      1. david – Read Dio’s comment, lol. He accused me of one sided thinking without justifying his claim. That is how retards react – thru ad hominems and non-sequitir attacks used only by a village idiot, lol

        1. Seems you have no idea what you are talking about. Your anti-Marcos bias tells it all.

          Please, you’re also a retard as well. Don’t try to cover yourself up.

        2. Dio – you have not presented your argument. All you had done was yapping. Go get a brain then come back to me. I am anti-corrupt officials regardless of who they are. I am not a marcos blind loyalist ilokano/apolosgist like you

        3. Dio – you have not presented your argument. All you had done was yapping. Go get a brain then come back to me. I am anti-corrupt officials regardless of who they are. I am not a marcos blind loyalist ilokano/apolosgist like you

          Signs of being butthurt confirmed. You’re just solely fixated on Marcos only and accusing me of being a Marcos blind loyalist/apologist makes you a simpleton. You’re just a one-sided douche.

  13. David – That is what is wrong with wing-nuts. They believe in free speech only if you agree with them. Then again, free speech do not apply to private blogs so u are pretty much fked.

    I think my posts will be deleted soon enuff as the rabid dogs out here must be fuming because I called on theit blatant stupidity, lol

  14. You see, if you agree with them – your comments are welcome on this site – and they will refer to you as brilliant. If u oppose their views, they will call you a troll. Welcome to filipino hyoocrisy, lol

    1. I guess everything boils down to money, Ren car, and GRP is no exemption. I will go ahead and take your advice and come up with backup names in case I get deleted, too. I saw what GRP did to those two bloggers, “Tell It Like It Is” and “Aeta.”

      As a non-Filipino, I was enjoying their colorful exchange, and actually learned a thing or two from their unique perspective about the Philippines. Too bad they also became casualties because their style didn’t fit the bill of the owners’views on this site. Oh well, you can’t please everybody.

      1. Duterte has a point about hypocrisy in US foreign policies. Tell me, what do we gain in provoking China who is just right across us with US military presence in our soil? Who will lose here more? Filipinos of course while we become pawns of your proxy wars like your activities in the past.

        Duterte is right as we’re not your lapdogs any longer. We should be like Indonesia, Malaysia — our cousins in owning up our sovereignty as an independent nation.

        I’m not a Marcos supporter or sympathizer either but comparing Marcos to Duterte is not fair comparison. Duterte has good reputation in Davao serving his people well for 20 years. Marcos aligned himself with elite cronies and brought down the drain to our economy and allowing for incompetent political dynasties like the Aquinos to rise in leadership and social influences.

        And lastly, US has no moral ascendancy to tell the country on their human rights abuse records when back in 1900 US did far worse when it invaded and killed more than 600,000 Filipinos just to establish their influence in the region.

        Don’t lecture us on what is clean and upright leadership in our country when you have the likes of Clinton, with her blood on her hands murdering both Americans and those in the Middle east, being favoured by your media and establishment against Trump. Go fix up your house first before you preach to others the same thing.

    2. Says the actual hypocrite who keeps on insisting with the “everything is better after 1986” drivel. I’m putting things in perspective here while you’re just here showing your own EMO kek.

  15. The “essential” Failipino soul in the Failippines is hard, isolate, stoic, and a killer. It has never yet melted.

    If, instead, you find yourself often pitying someone who consistently hurts you or other people, and who actively campaigns for your sympathy, the chances are close to 100 percent that you are dealing with a sociopath.

  16. david, there is a bit of sociopath in all of us but others seem to embrace it wholeheartedly and practice it as a religion, lol,

      1. You’re confusing sociopathy with the GRP members’ frustration over pinoy society’s inability to see beyond their narrow mindset.

        A better example of a sociopath is none other than AbNoy. He has no real vision for the country except punish political enemies & grab his predecessor’s credits. The BS Aquino administration was so terrible & pretentious that Du30’s hyper-tranparency comes to us now as a breath of fresh air (& still does)!

        1. pnoy is no better than marcos but the latter was more brutal and vicious yet all ilokanos and marcos apologists view him as a saint.

        2. No single Filipino politician has a “real vision” for the country, because they have little or no control over the government and the country. The only thing these politicians can do is keep putting out fires that their fellow politicians had started.

        3. pnoy is no better than marcos but the latter was more brutal and vicious yet all ilokanos and marcos apologists view him as a saint.

          With all due respect: Marcos had no human rights atrocities from 1965 to 1971. Cory’s first year and there was the Mendiola Massacre, which you always try to tell that it doesn’t exist.

          And it’s really funny that you’re just turning a blind eye of the Manila Bus Hostage Crisis, the Lumad killings, the Kidapawan Massacre and even the SAF44. One of the best crimes the Yellows did is Noynoy as a capable leader, which he wasn’t.

  17. The so-called “credible witness” named Edgar Matobato about the so-yellows-call-it Extra-Judicial Killings (EJKs) in the Failippines Senate recently is whom we can call the Failippines version of “Jacob The Liar”.

    His handler is “Senator” Antonio “Sonny” Fuentes Trillanes IV. His financier is “Senator” Leila Norma Eulalia Josefa Magistrado de Lima. And the benefactor is “Vice President” Maria Leonor Santo Tomas Gerona (Leni Robredo).

    Enough said.

    1. The yellow party had it all worked out. Because Du30 came in late into the presidential race, they did not have enough time to do an effective demolition job on him. They were focused more on destroying Binay. However, with their hocus pocus machine manipulation, they have placed their pawns on strategic political positions—–Leni Robredo on the VP seat, De5 LP attack dog as senator as well as Porky Drillon & Trillanes (ang “Pambansang Traydor”), in case they need to impeach someone again like Du30.

  18. take the example of someone who wrote that all liberal parties are evil
    or should be killed. That person is one deranged and twisted sociopath but one blogger who is a marcos supprter said leni’s supporters are rabid. Do you not love these people’s flagrant display of hypocrisy?

    1. Can’t help but laugh at these people who portray others as “evil” and “rabid” without knowing anything about them as a person. It goes to show that our sociopath tendency compels us to grab at a perspective–real or not–to cure our insecurities of who we are.

      1. Oh. one alao said that Leni is evil but viewed Marcos as a hero, lol. They also claimed that Leni is conspiring to oust Duterte – which is solely based on conspiracy theories.

        Have you also noticed how some intellectually challenged idiots put emphasis on De Lima’s affair? One unfathomable idiot even said that De Lima’s sex video is detestable – because she is fat, lol. WTF?!? why the hell would make you watch de lima’s sex video when you find her not attractive unless you are a glutton for tortutre, haha. These fktards are soooo stupid!

        Like they have seen de lima’s sex video on YOUTUBE, for fks sake, lol! These people throw allegations without providing an iota of an evidence/proof.

        1. Roar!!! I bet if De Lima is young, beautiful, and had a sexy body, the men will defend her while the women scorn her out of envy and jealousy.

          Who the heck cares about De Lima’s private, sexual life? She’s single and can sleep with whoever she wants. We don’t talk about Duterte’s sexual past (or present), do we? With all these women throwing themselves at his feet because of his popularity, who’s to say this well-known philanderer is not cheating on his current live-in girlfriend?

          The problem with Filipinos is they’re always looking for something–a cause, a rebellion, a political bandwagon to jump onto, or even social taboos they can exploit with others–to give their otherwise boring life a jolt of excitement.

        2. David: again, hypocrtical self- righteousness is embraced as a quality by many filipinos. The feminists accused duterte of abusing women because he had so many concubines but they failed to mention that his concubines are all adults and they willingly cling to Duterte knowing full well that is is a womanizer.

          These feminists are as bad as the men who fat shame women. It is much better to side with moderation than any of the wing-nuts. There are twisted feminists just as there are male chauvinist pigs.

        3. There’s a lot of chauvinistic and feministic hypocrisy in this country—which clearly defines the attitude of contemporary Filipinos: all pride and no brain.

  19. There is a YELLOW TR0LL amongst here talking with him/herself with different alternating names trying to derail the topic like what they always do….

    1. Why is it when you don’t like what’s being said you call the person a troll? Open your mind, man. The world doesn’t evolve around your version of reality.

      1. David – some of these people are devoid of reason. Some of them
        reaort to all kinds of fallacious logic; mostly ad hominem, red-herring, guilt by association and all the goodies, lol

        1. Misery does love companies, Ren car; and these people have been miserable for a long time. I just hope their collective excitement doesn’t lead them to the edge of the cliff, where they will all jump together on the precept of misconception of where their country is going.

        2. Oh please, you’re also guilty with it because you keep on accusing everyone with a neutral POV as a Marcos apologist, etc. That is something a Yellow TROLL would do kek.

    2. By the way, what is your “single-minded” topic that I’m supposed to be trolling on and derailing? Would it change your mind about me if I started agreeing with your views? I guess Ren car is right afterall. There’s a lot of hypocrisy on GRP.

      1. Seems you never looked even further. Just because someone here has a neutral POV and and doesn’t believe in Yellow Propaganda doesn’t mean being a hypocrite.

      2. No, really your circlejerk with Ren Car is getting tedious as you are just repeating the same things again and again, you are practically spamming the combox.

  20. Only the gullible will believe them.

    DOJ chief: Witness coached by De Lima

    The only thing credible about the “witness” is his face – he sure looks like a dirty paid hitman who’s been through a lot of stinking shady shit.

    Obviously nabuang na bruha. But you do have to admire De Lima for all this bravado. It seems she has totally NO regard for her life in playing around in the dark world of assassins. Or she must trust her bullet-proof vest that much and the competence of her body guards. Don’t be surprised if the next thing you’ll find is a fat woman’s body riddled with bullets dumped in a sewage canal.

    The question is – will Filipinos rise up in a people power revolt over the death of a Yellow icon, or will they be celebrating and thanking the assassins for doing PH society a big favor?

    Here are some other possible next scenarios:
    1. International media joins the chorus and all hell breaks loose leading to the downfall of the just-started administration. Plan-B succeeds and Robber-redo is our new President.
    2. Duterte shrugs this off and moves on. All the hype fizzles away.
    3. Duterte is forced into a corner and declares martial law as a response to a state of uncontrolled Yellow zombies hell-bent on their Plan-B.

  21. I’m one of those persons who finds the timing of this whole senate hearings very fishy. Matobato was supposedly in the witness protection program of the DOJ since Duterte was still a Mayor. I’m also pretty sure that Matobato is not the only witness that the DOJ and the CHR have in connection with the Davao Death Squad. So why didn’t they use them to smear the campaign of Duterte?

    My theory is that, these witnesses were ready to be presented to the public during the campaign period. If the Ruling party (LP) had enough time, they would have, but sadly, they were too busy dealing with Binay and Poe to notice Duterte. Then Trillanes started his smear campaign against Duterte with the BPI account affair, and the reaction of the people to this campaign probably scared the LP because, for the first time, they realized just how monstrous Duterte’s popularity really was. They must have thought that a Duterte presidency was a real possibility.

    They thought even that if they presented the Matobato and the other witnesses then, and actually filed criminal cases against Duterte, he would still win the elections. In effect, the people whould have “condoned” the killings by electing Duterte, and impeaching a President over something that the voters have already “condoned” would be political suicide to the would-be Senator-Judges. So, they let the issue lie low, and prepared to unleash this “bombshell”, true-or-not, if Duterte does indeed get elected. Then the Ruling Party and allied Media can continue to pound on this issue, repeat it and repeat it until it becomes the “truth” and nobody would mind another impeachment/ICC case against the President.

    Timing is everything.

  22. The whole show staged by Leila de Lima with Matobato was meant for the international media.

    It didn’t matter that Matobato’s testimony was full of loopholes. De Lima just needed someone who would make outrageous accusations against Duterte on live TV at the senate hall, so the foreign media would have new material for anti-Duterte stories.

    The yellows and their foreign backers are now focusing on international media because they know the local media has been overwhelmed by Duterte’s popularity.

    The constant negative propaganda on foreign media is meant to rattle investors and tourists, and demoralize people who support Duterte.

    It is also meant to stir up a global clamor for Duterte to be charged at the ICC (International Criminal Court) and forced to vacate his post. The Duterte government should not let the UN do an “independent” investigation like they’ve been lobbying. That is a trap. That investigation will be anything but independent.

    How should this be countered?

    1. Duterte’s team should exert more effort to communicate positive news about the Philippines to foreign audiences, especially on business and economic reforms, and ensure this positive news gets global coverage on both traditional and social media.

    2. There should also be a lot of news showing Duterte at his best, to humanize his image and reassure foreign audiences that he is not the barbarian the media are portraying him to be.

    3. Livestreaming of Senate and House hearings should have on-the-spot English translation and subtitling. Clips of the most important parts should be made publicly available as soon as possible after the hearings.

    4. The accusations about death squads and killings can be addressed by putting up a website that debunks false reports on Duterte, and airs his side on these accusations which the traditional media are not showing. Duterte’s communications team should not dwell too much on these issues because constantly talking about them will only extend their run. Just refer people to the website whenever they ask. It can even be an unofficial (but credible) website run by Duterte supporters with the right professional background.

    Matobato is just the flavor of the week. These attacks will keep coming, and they will get worse. Duterte’s communications team needs to set up the right infrastructure and protocol for squelching these attacks quickly each time they come.

    After a while, even foreign audiences will get tired of the black propaganda and the international media will also end up where the local media are now when it comes to their biased Duterte reports—with credibility in tatters.

    People are smart now. They can see what’s true and what’s not, and they are not easily influenced even by international media. In fact, I notice most Pinoys are not affected by what the local and foreign media are saying about Duterte. They are more bothered by the weakness of Duterte’s communications team.

    I think the reason why the other Cabinet secretaries are jumping in to defend Duterte even on issues that don’t involve their departments is because they see how inadequate Ernie Abella is. I’m sure Abella is working hard, and he is a good person who is skilled in other areas, but he simply isn’t right for the job of presidential spokesperson. For example, this was his response when the press asked him about Matobato’s accusations:

    “I believe, as in all cases, all citizens should maintain a sense of sobriety and maintain a sense of objectivity . . . After all people do make statements every day. And while this person may sound credible, it is imperative that each and everyone of us properly weigh whatever is said.”

    This response was too long, full of extraneous “filler” words which is Abella’s usual way of speaking, and there is no single coherent thought. He even unthinkingly said “while this person may sound credible . . .” while he was coming up with his filler statements.

    Abella doesn’t know how to speak in soundbites. He doesn’t have the strategic thinking ability to quickly analyze events as they unfold and figure out which angle to focus on, then formulate one clear, targeted statement. He doesn’t have the presence of mind to react quickly yet compose his words carefully.

    I mean no offense, but President Duterte is better off having no spokesperson than having Abella as a spokesperson. The other Cabinet secretaries that the PCO is asking to pipe down are actually doing a better job at getting the right messages out. They’re just not coordinated, hence the contradictions, but they are focusing on the right points, and they think and move much more quickly than the official spokesperson. People close to the president really need to figure this out, because this propaganda war will not be won with the current communications setup.

  23. The politics around the testimony of the witness in the Senate hearing, I ignored. The substance of the testimony and the implications are horrible. Was the testimony of the witness/killer true? Based on the confession, the events he recalled and his narration of numerous details where, what, who and at times the execution itself is graphic enough that a mere watcher like me have no reason to believe that the witness is lying in all of those things.

    I cannot with conviction say that the witness invented a story to sell on the Senate floor.

  24. I’ve been wondering why the rabid dogs are being let loose here in GRP but glad they continue with their attacks. With the way the yellows and Phil media works, it’s more like the #NeverAgain movement is really asking, no, provoking the return of a dictator.

  25. 17 STRIKES AND COUNTING… FOR EDGAR MATOBATO

    1. Nograles did not have any bodyguards that got killed due to politics.
    very convenient to deny since they’re allies now. Hope the victims family comes forward.
    2. Paolo Duterte studied in Philippine Women’s College (PWC) in Davao and not in Ateneo de Davao.
    technicality, easily mixed up…
    3. He was never a bodyguard to Paolo Duterte as confirmed by a schoolmate.
    Wow, one “schoolmate” can state a sweeping conclusion, how convenient
    4. PAOCTF was abolished in 2001 and not in 2002 thus there was no such meeting.
    PAOCTF still operated long before it was abolished? Common traits of anarchy..
    5. Richard King was killed in Vital C office and not in McDo.
    There’s a mcdo near the place, sufficient to imply credibility of story..
    6. There is no man named Matobato in CAFGU list as confirmed by the Philippine Army.
    provincial records of the 80’s aren’t reliable at best. He was part of CAFGU, documented or not.
    7. Imagine 200 bullets riddled to a victim and still alive.
    exaggeration of story.
    8. Paolo Duterte was taking drugs and based his statement on looks and hearsay.
    Easily confirmed, arrogant son of the king is no saint.
    9. Initially said he was a ghost employee by Davao City Hall and receives 3K per month but later changed it to 5K, ano ba talaga?
    300 per day, around 5k per month, twisting his tales are we?
    10. Initial questioning he revealed he killed 50 persons but later on he said it could be 1,000 or more, oh really now?
    twisting his tales, he never mentioned that he personally killed a thousand men.
    11. Mr Matobato said on 2003 then CHR Delima had a police operation to dig alleged graves and was planned to be ambushed (killed) but the now Senator Delima immediately corrected that it was 2009, sino ba talaga ang witness?
    For a person his stature, mixing up dates is but normal. We all mix up years for pete’s sake.
    12. He alleged that he was a ghost employee in Davao City Hall but at the same time works at the police arm office of the City Mayor and receives monthly wage but COA and City Hall officials has already said there is no such ghost employee practices in the city, ano ba talaga?
    wow, you expect us to believe no ghost employee in Davao? Please..
    13. His confusing statement on who brought him to the Senate to become witness, kaibigan daw nya pero di nya kilala, kilala daw nya matagal na pero bago lang, si father daw sa simbahan ang hiningan nya ng tulong; ano ba talaga koyah?!
    He’s just being cautious & doesn’t want to cause harm to well meaning people who helped him.
    14. He said he does not have any cellphones, access to tv, newspapers, or radio; but… the wife of Richard King called him, but… when he was hiding in Pangasinan his unknown “friend” went to him to get him as witness; ano ba ang totoo?
    doesn’t hurt his credibility, reinforces being truthful..
    15. He said he killed a certain terrorist with a name, Sali Makdum. But such name cant even be googled, ano super secret lang cya?
    doesn’t prove anything, you rely too much to google.
    16. He said pinapark daw nila yung van na itim na ginagamit nila pang kidnapped sa GAISANO SUBDIVISION, but there is no such subdivision with that name in Davao, ano imagination lang?
    twisting his tales again, tsk tsk..
    17. He said he executed a notarized affidavit indicating all his revelations being a DDS before he took oath and became witness in the Senate, but that is another lie; there is no such affidavit. All his statement during the committee session is not legally binding but just for show.
    There is, wait lang kayo…
    This is a hilarious day, indeed!
    Yes, Hell-larious to the DDS… 😉
    PLEASE REPOST AND SHARE!!!

  26. Hoy…De Lima, your False Witness, needs a Bath…it seems, he had not taken a Bath for a week !

    The Matobato testimony is too exaggerated. It is Too Good To Be True ! He cannot even remember the dates ! De Lima had to coach him …maybe De Lima was also a part of the Death Squad , they are both talking about!

  27. The philippine government should work as a team and exhibit teamwork for the welfare of its people. To achieve this, people like delima and trillaness must be weed out.

  28. the personality of matobato is that he’s ready to take a bullet for his master no matter what happens. what’s he doing in pangasinan, hiding? or he’s waiting there for the signal to do a kill. is it doubtful he’s a yellow dynasty hitman. he should be charge for all the killings he did, he already confessed to it. his looks is he’s hungry to kill and ready to die.

    btw, have you guys already prepared a fireworks display for tuesday night? it’s the nation’s celebration for winning the first round on war against drug. then we go to round 2, in search for pablo escobar of the philippines.

      1. Matobato is a mental patient from the National Mental Hospital…he is suffering from serious depression , paranoia and schizophrenia…

        Aquino,Mar Roxas, Leni Robredo, Hontiveros, De Lima and Porky Drilon, with Trillanes took this mental patient; and coached him to accept, that he is a serial murderer and a member of a Death Squad !

        1. hahahaha, come tuesday it’s our turn on de lima and i’ll bet she’s going to be yakyakin’ non stop at the senate, prepare your fireworks display tuesday night hehehe it’s victory for us at last. let’s celebrate!

  29. senate president koko pimentel said that the hearing was off topic and it just wasted the day. the hearing didn’t contribute to the proposed senate resolution no. 9 as the witness was talking about EJK from 1988 to 2013 and 2013 it seems the witness was no longer part of. pimentel said personally it was off topic. pimentel also said, “it seems that all murders can be blamed to one person.”

    Pimentel also was sad about the attitude in the house. “you don’t take the law into your own hands like turning off the mic of your fellow senator. don’t taunt and don’t heckle your fellow senator.”

    here is the clip of the phone conversation with sen. pres. pimentel

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL1x4wXFCgI

    You folks better listen to this clip. Jojo, i’m coming for you. . .

    1. @gnogid:

      Kris Aquino coached you to be a YellowTard Troll here in GRP; and you are a mental patient….suffering from massive depression. “Kasama mo si Kris Aquino daw sa Psychiatric clinic…from reliable sources ! Siguro may STD ka na ngayon !

  30. Go president Duterte, you will survived. the pilipinos worldwide just waiting for your call to finished the war on drugs. the enemy of the state in panic mode now.

    1. @andrew:

      My comment is placed near gnogid. It went below you…you can complain to the Webmaster, Benigno, that is your exclusive nested box, and nobody should go into your territory ! Another Yellowtard complaining ! He thinks , he owns this GRP website…what a dimwit…

      1. @andrew:

        I would not come near a YellowTard, like you. Because , you Stink so much like your Masters: Aquino, De Lima,Porky Drilon, Trillanes, Leni Robredo, Hontiveros, Mar Roxas, and the rest. It is really tedious for me (my blog), to come near your nested box – I have to bear your Stink ! Whoever, placed my blog below this Stinking YellowTard , named: andrew, is so cruel to me !

        1. @andrew:

          You are already acting as a YellowTard…I don’t have to prove it…you were:gnogid…then, you changed your name to:andrew…! …I can smell a YellowTard, a mile away. They stink, like that De Lima’s False witness: Matobato, who needs a bath !

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