Sandra Cam files libel raps vs. Mon Tulfo: Sobra ka na!
Special Envoy to China Ramon Tulfo Jr. faces a libel complaint over the articles published against Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) board member Sandra Cam.
Cam filed the complaints concerning two articles he published in the Manila Times.
“Ramon Tulfo’s published libelous article containing accusations that I am a corrupt government official and a drug trafficker are false and are but malicious imputations of crimes tending to cause dishonor and to discredit me in my personal and official capacity,” read her complaint.
“His unjustified and unfounded accusations are utterly devoid of good faith and have no redeeming value other than to vilify, malign, and destroy my reputation and good name,” she added.
The articles that were published were titled “That woman Sandra Cam” and “The Law of Karma and Trillanes.
Cam cited that in the first article Tulfo accused her of fabricating allegations against PCSO General Manager Alexander Balutan.
While, the other article, she said, Tulfo claimed that there was a 2001 police report which cited that unrefined shabu was being shipped through a resort in Catanduanes that belonged to her.
“The pernicious accusations leveled against me are but characteristic of Respondent who, as a journalist, has the penchant of shooting from the hip without first verifying the truth behind his false and unfair accusations if only to bolster his self-promoted reputation as a hard-hitting and no-nonsense journalist in blatant violation of the ethical standards of journalism,” she stated.