Deputy Ombudsman Carandang Should Be Fired And Criminally Charged For Violating The Law - Tiglao


When the news broke that the Ombudsman endorsed the probe against the alleged hidden wealth of President Rodrigo Duterte came out, the statement of Deputy Ombudsman immediately surfaced.

In his statement, he said that they have already obtained copies of bank records of the president, his common law wife and his daughter Kitty. He also said that he can confirm that there is a total of P1-B bank transactions through the years.

This is what was reported by the Philippine Daily Inquirer:
“We can confirm that we received bank transactions coming from AMLC, generated by AMLC for intelligence purposes.” He claimed that the “bank records” that Sen. Antonio Trillanes 4th gave the Ombudsman “more or less have the same details” as the AMLC data. GMA News published similar statements of Carandang."
But, the day after Carandang's revelations were published, the AMLC release a statement that it were all lies. AMLC's statement reveals that there are no such data and that they never gave Carandang any reports.

Maybe Carandang forgot that the Anti Money Laundering Council now has a new chair, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor Nestor Espenilla. Maybe he forgot that Espenilla cannot be swayed by the yellow cult anymore just like what they did before.

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The Yellow party already used this scheme to oust two respected images in the past Aquino administration.

Journalist Rigoberto Tiglao shared his view about this matter. In his article in Manila Times, he questioned how it is possible that an Ombudsman would say something grave like this and not be criminally charged and fired.

Tiglao also mentioned that Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales' acquisition of the records of former Chief Justice Renato Corona's bank transaction records are illegal.

The journalist also reiterated that there are no laws that authorizes the Ombudsman to ask the AMLC to look into someone's records.

This is a scandalous ignorance, Tiglao said. And for this, Carandang should be kicked out of his post.

Tiglao added that Carandang should also be criminally charged for willful violation of the Anti Money Laundering Law.

The law’s Rule 14.c entitled “Penalties for Malicious Reporting” provides:
“Any person who, with malice, or in bad faith, reports or files a completely unwarranted or false information relative to money laundering transaction against any person shall be subject to a penalty of six months to four years imprisonment and a fine of not less than P100,000.”
Could it be that they tried to sway AMLC now but the new chairman is firm? Kudos then, to the new AMLC chairman for standing your ground and exposing the Ombudsman for what they really are.

Do you agree that Carandang is the one who should be taken off his post?

Source: Manila Times
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