New bombshells will be dropped Wednesday (October 9) as the Senate blue ribbon and justice committees continue their investigation into the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law and “ninja cops” controversies, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said.
Sotto said there will be fresh evidence presented at the hearing since he signed subpoenas for their presentation Monday (October 7).
“I don’t know if I’m at liberty to tell you but there is really something explosive again tomorrow,” he said at a news forum in Manila.
“[It is about] the entire hullabaloo, from the GCTA law to the recycling, konektado na ‘yun e,” he added.
Pressed on details about the “explosive” revelations to be made tomorrow, Sotto simply said the truth will come out.
The hearing is set for 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Senator Richard Gordon, the chairman of the two committees, said there will be new witnesses to be presented at the upcoming hearing.
“The people have a right to know how these ‘Ninja cops,’ these corrupt cops, operate and they are entitled to justice. People want to know that the policeman that they have work for them,” he said in a separate statement.