Ex-Customs Chief Nic Faeldon resurrects allegation Senator Lacson big-time cement smuggler in viral FB post

An open letter addressed to Senator Ping Lacson from ex-Customs Chief Nic Faeldon ACCUSING the former of being a big-time cement smuggler has been making the rounds online.

Faeldon took to Facebook after the Sandiganbayan affirmed the arrest order for the former Customs Chief for two counts of graft for approving the release of P34-million worth of smuggled rice in 2017. [Link here]

Faeldon began by making it clear that he has still faith in our justice system and also mentioned that the senator has filed many cases against him but some of those filed earlier were already dismissed by the courts.

Faeldon said he was thankful that Lacson filed cases against him because it will give him the chance to defend himself and clear his name by bringing out the truth.

Faeldon confided to netizens that in the senate hearing, he, like other resource persons, was not given the chance to talk and defend the accusation against him because the senators like Lacson were interested in preventing the truth from coming out by either intimidation tactics or cutting off the resource person when talking.

Faeldon admitted that he used to admire Senator Lacson, but he was shocked to discover, he was one of the big time smugglers in the country.

You may continue reading the full post below for the details.

CEMENT SMUGGLING NA AYAW IMBISTIGAHAN

To the Hon. Senator Panfilo Lacson, Sr.:

Marami ka pong isinampang kaso laban sa akin pero yung iba po ay nauna ng ibinasura ng korte. Naniniwala po ako sa proseso ng hustisya sa ating bayan. Lalabas din po ang katotohanan at makakamit ko rin po ang katarungan sa ating mga korte.

Nagpapasalamat po ako sa pagsampa ng mga kaso sa akin para magkaroon ako ng pagkakataon na mailahad ang katotohanan sa korte. Sa korte kasi lumalabas ang katotohanan at ginagalang ang mga witnesses.

Doon kasi sa Senado kawawa ang mga resource persons. Hindi makapaglahad ng katotohanan at binubusalan ninyo ng bibig. Kapag hindi ninyo gusto ang sinasabi ng resource person, puputulin ninyo ang kanilang pagsasalita. Tatakutin ninyo.

Dati mataas ang tingin ko sa inyo kaya nagulat ako na ang isang Panfilo Lacson, Jr. ay isa palang big time smuggler ng semento.

In fact, nalaman ko lang na sa inyo pala yung technically smuggled na milyong toneladang semento na pumasok sa ating bansa mula noong 2014 hanggang 2016 thru undervaluation of freight cost by more than 50%!

Noong July 2016, nagpabalik-balik si Panfilo Lacson, Jr. sa aking opisina dahil siguro desperado na sya at hinarang ko yung mga barko nya na puno ng semento. Nagalit ka lalo sa akin dahil sa dalas pumunta ng anak mo sa opisina ko noong ako’y Customs Commissioner ay ni minsan hindi ko sya hinarap.

May isang beses pa na nagdala ang anak mo ng isang bag ng pera sa opisina ko at sinabing para daw yun sa cash bond. Alam naman siguro ng anak mo na sa banko binabayaran ang cash bond at hindi sa Bureau of Customs at lalong hindi sa opisina ng Customs Commissioner.

Ngayon po, Sir, ito yung mga dokumento na hawak ko na nagpapatunay na may big time smuggling ng semento sa ating bansa. Sir, please lang, noon ko pa ito panawagan, baka gusto ninyo magpatawag ng senate investigation para mapigilan ang bilyon-bilyong smuglling ng semento sa bansa.

CTTO

As of this writing, Faeldon’s FB post has generated 14,000+ reactions, 3,000 comments and 12,000+ shares since it was published on September 18, 2021 and counting.

This Faeldon allegation was first made public in 2017 by Nic Faeldon and the senator from denied the allegation. [Link here]

“…It doesn’t make sense that I will expose the shenanigans in the BOC if my son is cheating on taxes as Faeldon is now accusing him of. The logical thing for me to do is not make the expose and just keep quiet,” Lacson said in a text message to reporters.

Lacson also mentioned confronting his son about cement smuggling.

“…Tinanong ko rin siya, mag-e-expose ako. Baka mamaya nagsesemento kayo baka mamaya may … Sabi niya ‘Wala Daddy’. Okay fine.”

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Source: Captain Nicanor Faeldon

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