A video of Erwin Tulfo discussing the alleged hidden wealth of senator Antonio Trillanes IV is taking social media by storm.
Amid the expose by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV against Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, a local news outlet in Davao City released several papers showed the alleged offshore bank accounts of the former soldier turned politician.
Known for being the poorest active senator in the Philippines, nobody expected that Trillanes got so much money deposited in banks abroad.
In Sen. Trillanes 2015 SALN, he declared that his asset only worth P5-M. It made him bagged the title as the poorest senator.
However, documents posted by Davao Breaking News showed the alleged bank accounts of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV in different countries like The Netherlands, Switzerland, Hongkong, Singapore, New Zealand and Canada.
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The documents showed the balance of the alleged bank accounts checked on August 30, 2017.
The estimated balance of the alleged bank accounts posted by the local news outlet are more than 1M USD (50-M PHP)
Some accounts were also joint with a certain Fabian Go, which identified lately as a businessman who has known Trillanes for years.
However, the camp of Mr. Fabian Go denied having a joint account with Senator Trillanes and said that the documents released were fabricated.
In his alleged accounts in Singapore, Hongkong and Switzerland, Trillanes also joint his account with a certain Robert Fong.
The news report also added that the friendship between Mr. Go and Senator Trillanes started before the former soldier became a politician.
But the source of Davao Breaking News maintained the veracity of the said offshore accounts.
The source said they even tried depositing small amounts to some of the accounts to see if they are still active, and their deposits were accepted.
Davao Breaking News expose went viral on the internet, but Facebook system automatically deleted their viral post.
Whether the accounts are just a propaganda against the Senator or not, no one could really verify this early. After all, the presented documents are just plain papers and not official documents from the banks.