A post claiming he saw major loopholes in Senator Trillanes’ submitted affidavit against Mayor Duterte is making the rounds online.
In a Facebook post shared more than 600 times as of Tuesday morning, The Even Demata Page wrote that he saw 4 major inconsistencies in Senator Trillanes’s narrative in regard to his accusation against Mayor Duterte.
First loophole. Take a peek at the image below and check the date when Mayor Duterte allegedly deposited money on bank account number 2433069539 4 times on Novemeber 20, 2011.
November 20,2011 falls on a Sunday. Commons sense dictates that banks don’t do business on a Sunday.
How about via ATM? If Duterte is depositing that big amount, he would surely raise suspicion if done via an ATM machine, right?
Second loophole. According to Trillanes accusation, Mayor Duterte deposited more than 55 million twice in one day.
This is not possible according to Even Demata. According to the Anti-Money Laundering Law, every depositor is allowed to make 50,000 pesos deposit in a day. Go beyond that and you will raise the red flag in AMLAC.
Here’s BPI’s FAQ’s on money transfer:
Third, Joseph de Mesa is a fictitious name. When Atty. Panelo asked the identity of Senator Trillanes’ informant, the latter could not give a straight answer of the identity of the informant. In addition, he just heard the story of the alleged anomaly in Duterte’s bank account from another party. Hearsay.
Fourth, BPI had already issued the statement that Trillanes’ document’s are fake. Meaning, if the bank did not issue the documents from within, it is assumed fake.
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