Jayme: LP supporter tapped me to create website; no idea on ‘Bikoy’ videos

Jayme: LP supporter tapped me to create website; no idea on ‘Bikoy’ videos

In local parlance we call it : “Laglagan na.”

In a press briefing, person in interest Rodel Jayme says that an alleged Liberal Party supporter tapped him to create a website, which was later used to share the controversial “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos.

Jayme revealed such information during the press conference at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in Manila.

Rodel Jayme (photo credit to owner)

According to Jayme, he gave access to two persons a certain Maru Nguyen and Maru Xie to the website he created.

He was told by the two that the website will be used only to highlight the achievements of the previous administration.

“Wala nga po akong idea na ipo-post ‘yung video,” said Jayme, adding that after the last election he opted to distance himself from politics.

Robredo already denies any link to Jayme

The Office of the Vice President already gave the statement that the Vice President Leni Robredo has no involvement in the release of the “Bikoy” videos which alleges the link between the immediate members of family of the President and the proliferation of illegal drugs.

"Ayon sa kuwentong ipinipilit ibenta kasabay ng photo, si VP Leni daw ang nasa likod ng pagkilos nitong si Jayme. Para sa kalinawan ng lahat: walang 'Rodel Jayme' na nagtatrabaho para sa [Office of the Vice President] o kay VP Leni,"Atty. Barry Gutierez, spokesperson of Vice President "Leni" Robredo.

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