Senate lifts contempt order on 2 BuCor exec

first_imgSenate President Vicente Sotto III thensaid that they can already lift the contempt order against the two. “We have two people under confinementand they are crying inside the lounge. They deliberately lied here and theyadmitted they lied. Ang sabi niya ang anak niya nawawala, Veronica Buno saMuntinlupa, they want to come home. Sabi ko baka mamatay kayo diyan kami pa angmasisi,” Gordon said, adding that 12 people have been killed in Muntinlupa byriding in tandem. Minority Leader Franklin Drilon thenasked if the two have already testified truthfully to the committee, to whichGordon replied that they have named names during the executive session. Drilon agreed with him. MANILA – The Senate has ordered therelease from its custody the two Bureau of Corrections personnel earlier citedin contempt. Gordon said he will coordinate withnewly-appointed BuCor director general Gerald Bantag to ensure the safety ofthe two personnel. (GMA News/PN) Before adjourning the hearing, SenatorRichard Gordon, chairman of the blue ribbon and justice committees, said on Wednesdaythat Corrections Senior Inspector Belinda Bansil and Corrections Officer 3Veronica Buno have asked him to allow them to go home.last_img

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