TAOC-IG Confirms Evidence vs. Former Pres. Aquino Involving the Alleged Thailand Gold Shipment are Authentic


The evidence against former President Benigno S. Aquino III and some other former government officials involving the controversial and alleged $141 billion gold shipment to Thailand are all authentic as confirmed by the Transnational-Anti Organized Crime Intelligence Group or TAOC-IG.


TAOC-IG, in an interview with UNTV which was also reported by Yahoo Singapore, confirmed that they gathered enough documents that would prove the alleged shipment and deposit of 3,500 metric tons of gold in the bank of Thailand.

According to TAOC-IG's Director General De. Galma Arcilla the documents they gathered against former government officials under the Aquino officials are all authentic and not fake as reported by some news media organization in the country. Visit PhilNews.xyz.

During the interview Dr. Galma Arcilla was quoted as saying "Hindi pwedeng maging mga peke yun dahil may mga central bank po tayo na nakatayo mismo dyan at nakahandang ibuyangyang (ibunyag) yung lahat, lalo a namin palakasin at ibibigay pa namin ang mga edidensya pa rito."

Translation: (The documents cannot be fake because we have central banks ready to divulge everything they know. We will further strengthen the case, and gather more evidence.)

As reported earlier former Pres. Aquino and 6 other members of his government including former Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, former DILG Sec. Mar Roxas, former Finance Sec. Cesar Purisima, Treasury Dept. Chief Lorelie Fernandez, Sen. Franklin Drilon, and BSP Gov. Amando Tetangco Jr., were charged before the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged shipment of $141 billion in gold to Thailand.

Watch the Full Interview Video with UNTV:




Source: Yahoo Singapore


TAOC-IG Confirms Evidence vs. Former Pres. Aquino Involving the Alleged Thailand Gold Shipment are Authentic TAOC-IG Confirms Evidence vs. Former Pres. Aquino Involving the Alleged Thailand Gold Shipment are Authentic Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 1/12/2017 Rating: 5

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