Sec. Aguirre: Aquino, Trillanes, Alejano & Ronald Llamas Possibly Conspired With People Behind Marawi Siege


The Department of Justice through Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II linked Senators Antonio Trillanes, Bam Aquino, Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano and Ronald Llamas, political adviser of Pres. Aquino in the Marawi Siege.


Sec. Aguirre claimed that Sen. Aquino, Sen. Trillanes, Rep. Alejano and Llamas went to Marawi City to allegedly meet with two powerful clans in Lanao De Sur three weeks before the Marawi City attack by a group of ISIS-inspired terrorist group.

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According to Sec. Aguirre he got a strong evidence or a photo of the alleged meeting between Trillanes, Aquino, and Alejano with the members of Lucman and Alonto clans in Marawi City.

The DOJ Secretary said that the meeting was possibly part of the "destabilization plan," of the opposition against Pres. Rody Duterte.


Aside from the meeting between the three lawmakers, Sen. Bam Aquino also confirmed his earlier visit to Marawi City a few days before the siege happened. Sen. Aquino's photo during a visit to Marawi went viral on social media with some netizens speculating that he was meeting with some members of the Maute terrorist group.

Sen. Aquino went to Marawi three days before the siege started and the timing of his visit made some netizens to speculate that the senator was one of the people conspired with the Maute Terrorist Group to destroy the peace and order in Mindanao.

The veteran lawyer and the remaining lawmaker in the Upper House from the Aquino clan denied several times that they are planning to destabilize the government or Pres. Duterte and he also clarified that his meeting in Marawi City was part of the launching of ARMM's first Negosyo Center in the southern city of the Philippines.



Sec. Aguirre: Aquino, Trillanes, Alejano & Ronald Llamas Possibly Conspired With People Behind Marawi Siege Sec. Aguirre: Aquino, Trillanes, Alejano & Ronald Llamas Possibly Conspired With People Behind Marawi Siege Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 6/07/2017 Rating: 5

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