Saycon Documents: Aquino, Roxas and Abad should be charged and jailed, along with Leila

Monday March 20, 2017 ()

Saycon Documents

What was merely suspected before, has now been confirmed in reported documents handed over by Pastor Boy Saycon, Secretary General of the Council of Philippine Affairs to Department of Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre.

One of the documents given to Aguirre by Saycon reportedly states that the yellow president, Noynoy Aquino, received up to P90 million in campaign funds from Janet Lim-Napoles when he was then running for the top post.

Saycon Documents: Aquino, Roxas and Abad should be charged and jailed, along with Leila

Speculation was rife after then Justice chief Leila de Lima, visited Napoles in the hospital for surgery to get her alleged "confession" on the names of lawmakers who had gotten their kickbacks from the pork barrel allocation, then she announced to the media that only the names of three senators were mentioned by Napoles as having received their kickbacks. De Lima then rushed to MalacaƱang and Noynoy to report on her visit to Napoles.

Suspicion grew some more after Napoles, who was then in hiding, was fetched by Aquino's spokesman who then brought her straight to MalacaƱang to have lunch and a meeting with Aquino, Mar Roxas and his Budget Secretary Butch Abad, after which, Aquino and Roxas even personally drove her to Camp Crame.

It was then heavily suspected by many that during that hospital visit of de Lima to Napoles, Noynoy, Mar and Butch Abad's names were mentioned by Napoles as being in the list of lawmakers who received their pork kickbacks but were asked by Noynoy not to include him and Mar as recipients of pork barrel "commissions".

This also explains why then Aquino appointed Commission on Audit (CoA) chairman, Grace Pulido Tan, deliberately omitted the audit of Noynoy and Mar Roxas, both of whom were members of Congress for over a decade and had also received their pork barrel allocations.

And even as it was claimed by Pulido that an audit was done on all the legislators, it was noted that all the allies of Aquino then were not audited 100 percent. Only the three senators were audited 100 percent. This way, the Noynoy allies would be protected, with no plunder committed.

Neither de Lima nor Ombudsman Carpio-Morales filed cases of plunder against all others and focused only on the three then opposition senators, Jinggoy Estrada, Juan Ponce Enrile and Bong Revilla.

So far, however, the document shared by Saycon is the P90-million poll contribution to Noynoy from Napoles, which Noynoy had not included in his list of election contributors, which is an electoral offense that does not require a penalty of life in prison.

But it is certain that eventually, Napoles, who has been double crossed by Noynoy, will surface sometime in the near future as she will probably expose the truth, perhaps after Ombudsman Morales, who absolves Noynoy quick as a wink on any charge, especially plunder, will be out by July 2018.

However, since Noynoy dealt with Napoles for election contributions and hid it from both the Commission on Elections, as well as his Statement of Assets and Liabilities net worth, as well as his having lied about his having bought and sold his Porsche, it is highly probable that Noynoy dealt with Napoles on his pork barrel allocations, both as a senator and a congressman.

Napoles didn't spill the beans then on Noynoy and his yellows, but it is also more than likely that Napoles will be spilling the entire beans eventually, as it is suspected that Leila de Lima had asked Napoles to merely name the three senators whom Noynoy wanted jailed as part of his "achievements."

No doubt Leila and Benhur Luy had a deal, which translated to Napoles' case being dropped against him while his case of alleged serious kidnapping and detention against Napoles would succeed in placing Napoles in jail.

One can easily see just how Leila had manufactured evidence against the three senators and how the CoA chairman deliberately excluded Noynoy and Roxas from the special audit.

Yet there went the European Union (EU) Parliament, Amnesty International (AI) and the Human Rights Watch (HRW) falling for the lies woven by Leila as a political prisoner and demanding that she be released from detention immediately, even making unproven claims that the testimonies and evidence against Leila are all false and manufactured.

This is most irresponsible of EU, the UN, AI and HRW to claim such or even demand Leila's release from detention, especially since they haven't even examined the evidence against Leila.

Worse is the fact that they clearly disrespected Philippine laws and the justice system, as they echo Leila's lies. These international agencies should instead demand that Aquino, Roxas and Abad be charged and jailed, along with Leila. They should be made accountable for their crimes against the Filipino people.


  1. Truth fast emerging by Ninez Cacho-Olivares , March 20, 2017, The Daily Tribune

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