DOJ Aguirre filed a criminal complaint Against Risa Hontiveros

DOJ Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II filed criminal complaint against Senator Risa Hontiveros in connection with a violation of the anti-wiretapping law  (R.A. 4200) in Pasay City Prosecutor's Office.


“Nakakalungkot, nakakabagabag at nakakatakot ang pagbalewala sa aking right to privacy. I challenge Sen. Hontiveros to prove me wrong. Prove me wrong by presenting your media person… Prove me wrong by presenting the so-called experts…until such things are done, I stand by my claim that I was maliciously targeted,” Aguirre said.

As we remember earlier last September 11, 2017, Sen. Hontiveros  in her privilege speech publicized a photo of Aguirre texting. Zooming into the photo, Aguirre was shown to have texted Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) lawyer Jacinto “Jing” Paras to “expedite the cases” against the senator.

Aguirre claimed the photo was not accidentally taken as claimed by Hontiveros, and that he could prove it through experts' opinion. Named as his witness in the criminal complaint before the Pasay City Prosecutors' Office is Cristopher Malinao from the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation (FPPF).

Aguirre explained that text message is a private communication and any unauthorized intrusion’  is illegal.

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Source : News5




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