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There appears something not right with the way Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales presented her alleged evidence of the $10 million to $12 million in bank transactions of accounts she claimed are owned by Chief Justice Renato Corona.
Carpio-Morales testified that she had obtained the bank records of Corona from the Anti-Money Laundering Council (Amlac), yet what she presented was her “analysis” of the transactions, on the basis of computer-generated “documents,” which appears to be the same method used by the prosecution in presenting the so-called 45 properties owned by Corona taken from the Land Registration Authority (LRA), whose head testified that he had searched for the different properties through a “search engine” under the name of Renato Corona and names linked to him.
In much the same way, the Ombudsman presented her “evidence” on the dollar accounts of Corona mentioning the so-called bank account numbers — all 82 of them, but noticeably failed to state whose account it is for every claimed bank transaction, which is confusing if not puzzling..... MORE
Source: The Daily Tribune