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Bikoy’s handler, Ateneo priest Albert Alejo, also prepped Matobato, Lascañas in anti-Duterte tell-all

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Peter Joemel Advincula, alias “Bikoy”, has named Father Albert Alejo as one of his main handlers who delivered him to Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.

In a press conference, Advincula said he was offered P500,000 to act as the hooded whistleblower in the “Totoong Narcolist” video by the priest who also handled retired policeman Arturo “Arthur” Lascañas and self-confessed hitman Edgar Matobato who testified on the Davao Death Squad and its ties to President Rodrigo Duterte.

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“Si Father Albert Alejo ang nagdala sa akin,” said Advincula in a press conference at Camp Crame. “(Sabi sa akin) hindi ako lilitaw, hanggang video episode lang ako,” said Advincula.

He claimed that the clandestine meetings in the oust Duterte plot dubbed “Project Sodoma” were made over a nine-month period in obscure offices at the Ateneo De Manila University and De La Salle University.

Advincula claimed that Alejo got wind of his drug expose against the Aquino administration from the priests he met during his incarceration for estafa in the National Bilibod Prison. “Nasundan niya (Alejo) ‘yung kwento, ipinakiusap ako kay (Trillanes),” said Advincula.

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Advincunla was told to tweak his 2016 affidavit and make sure that the drug charges would only involve Duterte and his family and allies and not the Aquino administration which was the original target of his drug expose.

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