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    Monday, May 22, 2017

    LOOK: Important records of Jesse Robredo secured by De Lima missing in DOJ

    Almost five years after the death of Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Jesse Robredo, issues sprang up questioning the Department of Justice (DOJ) for some of Robredo’s important documents which are believed to be in DOJ’s possession.

    In a Facebook post published by a netizen named Sass Rogando Sassot, she cited a particular FOI request filed at the DOJ that says:

    “I would like to know the content and details of the secured documents by the DOJ from the late DILG (Secretary) Jesse Robredo in the aftermath of his death. There were news that came out regarding the “raiding” of then DILG undersecretary Rico Puno in the condominium of Jesse Robredo upon his death, but then the said documents were then later surrendered by Leni Ribredo to then DOJ Secretary Leila De Lima.”

    This assumption is supported by an online article published by ABS-CBN News reinforcing the alleged entrance of DILG Usec Puno together with several police officers to Robredo’s condominium unit.

    The said article moreover, claimed that Puno’s group comprised of Supt. OliverTranseco, Sr. Supt. Joel Pagdilao, and a certain Apollo Reuben Toganon, also tried to enter Robredo’s offices at the DILG and NAPOLCOM.

    Still according to the same article, then President Benigno Aquino III prompted to secure the documents inside Ribredo’s offices. And as per request of Robredo’s wife, Leni, then Justice Secretary Leila De Lima personally picked up the “personal and official documents”.

    Despite these facts proving that Robredo’s important documents have been turned over to the DOJ, its response however to the aforementioned request, claims that they got no hold of such documents.

    DOJ’s exact response was: “We made a diligent search of the available records under the Office of the Secretary of Justice and all concerned offices of the DOJ. Unfortunately, the records of the concerned offices show that no secured documents from the late Jesse Robredo were turned over to the Department of Justice.”

    Going back to Sass Rogando Sasot facebook post, she posed, in the latter part a significant question addressed to the DOJ.

    “So nasaan and documents? Bakit walang record ang DOJ na na-turn over sa kanila ni Leila and documents eh and DOJ nga ang nag-secure noon?” asked Sasot.

    What then does this imply? Does this mean that Robredo’s important documents, five years after his death, were gone? Perhaps, the most appropriate question is: Where did De Lima, who claimed to have personally received the document, put those important records?

    Source: Sass Rogando Sasot | Facebook
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