Paolo Duterte elated after informant clears him of shabu pirating
Former Davao City vice mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte on Friday said he was elated after an official of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) cleared him of involvement in over P6.8-billion shabu smuggling.
Duterte also said this only proved that the accusations against him by opposition Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV were “all products of hallucinations, rumors and lies.”
In a statement, Duterte vowed to continue going after Trillanes and make him pay for maligning him, his family and his supporters.
“I have warned before that what Trillanes said about me should not be believed because he is an expert in and weaving rumors and unfounded stories,” Paolo said.
He said the supposed rumors affected his family, particularly his children.
Duterte called Trillanes, the government’s staunchest critic, a rumor-monger.
“Worse, he himself believes in his own rumors,” Duterte said.
Hence, the eldest son of President Rodrigo Duterte issued the statement after lawyer Lourdes
Associated with alleged multi-billion peso shabu
The oldest child of President Rodrigo Duterte issued the announcement after legal advisor Lourdes
, Customs X-beam master, kept up that Paolo or anybody from the First Family not associated with the alleged
multi-billion peso shabu (precious stone meth) pull that snuck past the BOC.
She said previous Customs knowledge officer Jimmy Guban would not experience issues in discovering shippers if the
attractive lifters containing the illicit medications without a doubt possessed by Duterte as the previous Davao City
bad habit chairman had numerous companions in the business.
Paolo, who a year ago surrendered from his post following Trillanes’ claims he was into medication sneaking, said he was
upbeat “that the fact of the matter was gradually turning out.”
“Much obliged to you for every one of the individuals who remained for reality and for what is correct,” he said.