200 million check, I saluted the brave state auditor Heidi
Mendoza who insisted that there is enough evidence against
ex-General Carlos Garcia.
case of Garcia to the dust bin when she surfaced again,
in the media;this time with the challenge that she would walk
naked if the case is dismissed.
A former auditor of the Commission on Audit was confident that she had a tight case against the former military comptroller whom she had investigated for alleged
corruption and even vowed to walk naked if the case against him would be dismissed.Whoa. Palakpakan. Ang Babaeng may B*y*g.
After the report was completed, Mendoza said her COA boss said they weren’t interested in the report. Instead, she was told to submit it to the Ombudsman.
She was told by then COA chair Guillermo Carague to just return all the documents she recovered. “[He said] 'Wag ka na sumulat ng report nag-resign naman na si Ombudsman [Marcelo]',” she said.
Carague later offered to name her to a foreign post after she manifested she wanted to resign.
Meanwhile, Rabusa disclosed in the Senate how he and his former seniors in the military allegedly amassed wealth, with the big bulk of the loot forked out from soldier's wages.
Ang mga walanghiya. Pinagpasasaan ang malilit na suweldo ng mga sundalong siyang pinambabala nila sa mga pakikibaka sa mga insurgents. Nasaan ang kaluluwa nila? Dutdotin ko kaya para maging palaka sila.
The retired lieutenant colonel also revealed that Angelo Reyes, a former AFP chief of staff, supposedly accepted some P50 million as a send-off gift when he retired in 2001. Reyes has denied the allegations.Sabi ni Capistrano,