• Whistleblower Sandra Cam says she will expose more dirt on De Lima’s shenanigans
  • Cam disclosed that for many years she was ignored and felt she was like “a voice in the wilderness”
  • She said that more proofs will soon come out to point De Lima’s linkage to illegal drugs trade

Feeling relieved over the turn of events, former whistleblower Sandra Cam threatened to expose more “dirt” on Senator Leila de Lima’s shenanigans.

Earlier, De Lima dismissed as “rubbish” the “matrix” President Rodrigo Duterte made public that showed her and her former driver/lover  Ronnie Dayan’s alleged involvement in drugs, an article written by Julianne Love De Jesus on Philippine Daily Inquirer mentioned.

Cam said that over the years she felt she was like “a voice in a wilderness” after being ignored. But with the recent turn of events that surfaced when the President publicly lambasted De Lima for her alleged drug ties, Cam said she felt vindicated.

“Kahit sa impiyerno haharapin ko siya. I’m very willing to face her fair and square dahil 2012 pa kaming nagkakabanggan, kahit pinagtatawanan ako noon. At least now I feel vindicated. For so many years like I was a voice in a wilderness na walang umiintindi, walang nakikinig,” Cam was quoted saying.

[I will face her even in hell. I’m very willing to face her fair and square because we have been hitting each other since 2012. I was being laughed at then. Nobody cared, no one heard me.]

In stressing this, Cam vowed that more revelations will come out. “‘Wag mo nang sabihing kabulastugan ito lahat dahil lalo ka naming ididiin. Maghintay ka lang. Maraming lulutang, pati ‘yung delivery ng (drug money) sa iyong bahay,” she added; referring to De Lima.

[Don’t say that these are all lies because we will pressure you even more. A lot of revelations will come out including the delivery of drug money to your house.]

Cam, however, clarified that the President’s information on De Lima’s alleged involvement in drug activities did not come from her but was sourced out from a “vast intelligence network” that could provide the national chief executive evidence against the senator.

Based on Cam’s revelation,  De Lima was protecting National Bilibid Prison (NBP) inmate and convicted drug lord Jaybee Sebastian, and spared him from surprise raids in the penitentiary because he was reportedly a friend of the former secretary’s friend.

She likewise stressed that Charlie Quidato, a Bilbid inmate, texted her a week before he was killed inside the Bilibid; saying Sebastian knew Quidato was tipping off intelligence operatives about the Commando Gang leader’s ties with De Lima.

“Sinabi niya lahat paano pumapasok ang pera doon. Imagine, dalawang vault ng pera at may alahas at baril. Ngayon ang tanong ko sa ’yo, De Lima, bakit noong nagre-raid ka sa Bilibid na naka cowboy attire ka pa, ‘yung sinabi mong ‘Bilibid 19’ na dinala mo sa NBI, wala si Jaybee? ‘Yan ang sagutin mo sa taong-bayan,” Cam said as she mentioned the information relayed by Quidato.

[He revealed how the money enters there. Imagine, two vaults of money with jewelries and guns. Now I am asking you, De Lima, why was Jaybee not around when you brought to the NBI your so-called ‘Bilibid 19’?]

Among other things, Cam also accused De Lima of allowing then fugitives former Palawan governor Joel Reyes and his brother, former Coron town mayor Mario Reyes to sneak out of the country when she was still the Justice Secretary.

The siblings were accused as the main personalities behind the killing of broadcaster and environmentalist Gerry Ortega in 2011.

Also, Cam said that during the campaign period, De Lima was going around the provinces with fugitive former police Senior Supt. Cezar Mancao II. A proof that De Lima coddled the former police officer, she added.