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Archbishop Oscar Cruz And Jueteng – Beyond Innuendos

September 13, 2010

What’s he really up to?
Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz is certainly no crackpot nor an agent of the political opposition.

But it’s a puzzlement that while he is now claiming that as many as “five officials of the Aquino administration are receiving million peso pay-offs from jueteng lords in four region,” he refuses to name names.

The good man of the cloth asserts simply that “I have witnesses in the provincial jueteng operations now controlled by the governors themselves and people in Malacanang who know about the jueteng bribes.”

Yes, Archbishop Cruz.

But up and until your expose is fleshed out with the supposed bribe takers’ names and warm body witness execute sworn affidavits (and are given adequate protection), all that’s making news head are innuendos and more innuendos.

More dangerously you have now endangered the lives of your witnesses who are personally known by the criminals they are tagging, assuming these faceless whistleblowers are the real deal.

We remember only too well the fate that befell Wilfredo ‘Boy’ Mayor who was also your witness.

Did the good retired Archbishop ever bother to help find out who killed Mayor?
Or has the CBCP simply forgotten him?

So please to take your anti-jueteng campaign to the hilt, Arbishop Cruz.

Spill the names and stand as direct witness against them.

Endless innuendos serve no real purpose.

Do it.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 13, 2010 2:33 pm

    This is not the way to fight jueteng. Archbishop Cruz should not just kick up a cloud of dust. He must give the President clear targets to hit.

  2. September 13, 2010 5:00 pm

    In my book, the archbishop is just thumping his chest.. propagandizing unless he names names.

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