Why no reply when he was PCGG chief? | Inquirer Opinion

Why no reply when he was PCGG chief?

01:39 AM July 27, 2015

THIS IS in reaction to Edward Contreras’ letter titled “Tiangco ignorant of Guanzon’s character” (Opinion, 7/2/15).

I was of similar impression that newly appointed Commission on Elections Chair Andy Bautista has an impeccable record. Which is why I have been wondering why he has not responded point by point to my repeated e-mails and questions as to why the Presidential Commission on Good Government did not employ the “Al Capone method (tax evasion)” in running after ill-gotten wealth of the martial law era.

Using this method will solve his lamented problem of not having enough documentary evidence and witnesses, as shown in the forwarded e-mails.



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