Sinungaling si Bikoy! Jesuit priest denies involvement in destabilization plot
Jesuit priest Albert Alejo has denied allegations that he hired Peter Joemel Advincula alias Bikoy for the destabilization plot against President Rodrigo Duterte called “Project Sodoma.”
Alejo pointed this out in his counter-affidavit that he submitted before the Department of Justice (DOJ) panel of prosecutors conducting the preliminary investigation of the sedition complaint filed by the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) concerning those involved in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” video series.
“A perusal, however, of the letter-referral and Sinumpaang Salaysay of co-respondent Peter Joemel Advincula would readily reveal the fabricated nature of the complaint filed against me,” read Alejo’s counter-affidavit.
“Thus, I categorically deny any participation in each of the allegations against me that are inconsistent with the averments contained in this counter-affidavit,” he stressed.
In his sworn statement, Advicula claimed that he went to the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) seeking work when he got hired by Alejo as a reasearch assistant back in August 2018.
However, Advincula said he asked to join Project Sodoma and asked to create the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” video series which he said are just fake news about the involvement of Duterte family members in the narcotics trade.
Advincula also said Alejo was the one who coined Project Sodoma and named Advincula as “Bikoy” in the video series.
Alejo admitted that Advincula came to him but “claiming to have abandoned his job fearing for his life, seeking justice and spiritual solace from God, professing truths about his background, with a willingness to even die for his convictions.”
“Thus, it is certainly unfounded, for Advincula to claim that: he came simply looking for a job; that I gave the name Project Sodoma; that I have taken part in the meetings to plan a destabilization plot against the President and his administration; or that I have committed acts in violation of the law or against the Government,” he stressed.