Police almost released Lee, says Binay
Binay directed Subido, the deputy secretary general of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC), to rush to Camp Crame "to ensure that the rule of law be applied and the proper procedure be followed on the arrest and detention" of Lee.
on Monday admitted that he
has informed President Benigno Aquino 3rd of the "influential persons" who tried to block the arrest of Lee.
"We already discussed it," he
did not disclose the identity of the "influential persons."
Oriental Mindoro Gov.
Alfonso Umali has admitted to Aquino that he
called PNP chief Alan Purisima to clarify the basis of Lee's arrest.
It was Binay
who ordered the filing of a complaint for syndicated estafa against Lee and several Globe Asiatique officials in December 2010.
wants an investigation into the alleged delisting of Lee from the PNP's
most wanted list.
Senator Binay filed Senate Resolution No. 567 which directs the appropriate Senate committees to find out why Lee's name was stricken from the list and why the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group's certified that Lee is no longer in the database of persons facing arrest.
One Response to Police almost released Lee, says Binay
March 18, 2014 at 2:33 am
Then VP Binay name your sources?, why be afraid to name names, you are the second most powerful person of the country why be afraid, show some balls like you son.