Ochoa and Cacdac was accuse by Ex-Pdea Agent,Protecting Drug Syndicates

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A former agent of Philippine Drug Enforcement Group has accused Executive Secretary Pacquito Ochoa Jr. and the agency's chief Arturo Cacdac of protecting illegal drug syndicates.

“Sa PDEA andun halos lahat ng datos ng mga personalities na involved: senador, Cabinet secretary, governor, mayor, barangay, police, NBI, PDEA, andun,” Morales said in an interview aired over GMA News TV’s Balitanghali.

 The former PDEA agent said that in July 2013, Ochoa invited him to Malacañang to give a Powerpoint presentation on Chinese drug syndicates which were target of PDEA’s COPLAN Stonehunt.

The former PDEA agent, meanwhile, did not provide evidence directly linking Ochoa and Cacdac to the drug syndicates.

He added Morales actually contradicted his own statements with his allegations, citing a case involving the former agent.

“Nag-issue siya ng affidavit na sinabi niya siya ay inutusan na magtanim ng ebidenisya, mag-produce ng ebidensya sa alleged shabu laboratory, etc. So ngayon nung nag-hearing na yung Chinese na hinuli nila sa San Fernando, Pampanga noong wala pa ako, sinabi niya yung ebidensya itinanim lang samantalang nag-affidavit of arrest siya sinabi niya binuy=bust niya yun,” he said.

Morales was dismissed from the service in 2013 for grave misconduct, dishonesty, and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service when he took back his testimony against Chinese drug personalities.

Soure: GMA News
In an interview with GMA News’ Chino Gaston, former PDEA agent Jonathan Morales also mentioned the involvement of top ranking officials, but did not give more names.
“Sa PDEA andun halos lahat ng datos ng mga personalities na involved: senador, Cabinet secretary, governor, mayor, barangay, police, NBI, PDEA, andun,” Morales said in an interview aired over GMA News TV’s Balitanghali.
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