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about 4 weeks ago

The President says he does not care if his term "would be characterized by a firing and dismissal of people from government."

about 2 months ago

Investigators from the Office of the Ombudsman Wednesday recommend the filing of charges against former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon over the multi-billion peso shabu smuggling case in 2017.

about 4 months ago

The former Customs Chief wants senators to be held accountable if they spread wrong information during privilege speeches.

about 4 months ago

Faeldon's legal counsel slams the panel's decision, saying it is the revenge of Senators Tito Sotto and Franklin Drilon. Faeldon had accused them of making "illegal requests" when he was Customs chief.

about 5 months ago

Ex-Customs Chief Nicanor Faeldon's lawyer believes the Supreme Court will alow his client's release from jail.

about 5 months ago

He was in Senate detention for a few months, but now, former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon will have to follow the rules of the Pasay City jail as its newest inmate.

about 5 months ago

Blue Ribbon Committee Chairman Richard Gordon added officials at the Department of Justice 'ought to have their heads examined' for dropping charges against the former Customs Chief in relation to the multi-billion peso shabu smuggling.

about 5 months ago

Senate Blue Ribbon Committee Chair Richard Gordon said Senate President Koko Pimentel signed former Customs commissioner Nicanor Faeldon's transfer order.

about 5 months ago

The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee orders the transfer of former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon to a regular jail. But they have yet to determine exactly which one. This comes just few hours after the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee reopened its investigation into the multi-billion drug shipment and the supposed Customs corruption.

about 5 months ago

Former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon claimed two senators sought him for 'illegal requests.'