MASTERMIND CONFESSION TO FOLLOW ON CONGRESS BOMBING.
by Napanice (no login)
AFTER EASILY LOCATING THE BOMB EVIDENCE POINTING TO THE CULPRITS, THE PNP HAS ALSO MANAGED TO EASILY OBTAIN CONFESSIONS FROM SUSPECTS LITERALLY CONDEMNING THEMSELVES TO A LIFE SENTENCE. WHERE WERE THE LEGAL COUNSELS THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO REPRESENT THESE SUSPECTS?
BUT WAIT, THE STAGE IS SLOWLY BEING SET TO TURN THESE "CREDIBLE" SUSPECTS INTO STATE WITNESSES IN THE FINAL PUSH TO IDENTIFY THE BRAINS BEHIND THE BOMBING AND TO ESTABLISH THE REAL MOTIVE FOR THE MURDER OF A CONGRESSMAN AND HIS AIDES.
SO AFTER THEIR CONFESSION HAS BEEN PUBLICLY ACCEPTED AS TRUTH, WHOEVER THEY POINT THEIR FINGERS WILL MOST LIKELY BE CHARGED WITH MURDER.
2 Abu suspects to PNP: Akbar was target
MANILA, Philippines -- Two of three arrested suspects in last weeks bombing at the House of Representatives have confessed their involvement, a police official said.
At the same time, the suspects, admitted that Basilan Representative Wahab Akbar who was killed in the explosion was their target and not the Congress as an institution, said Police Director Geary Barias, National Capital Region Police Office chief.
Barias made the disclosure in a press conference Monday shortly after the Philippine National Police filed multiple murder charges against Ikram Indama, Khaidar Awnal, and Adham Kusaim before the Department of Justice.
"They admitted their team carried out the assassination," said Barias.
One of the suspects, Kusaim, admitted to owning the motorcycle where the bomb had been attached.
"Adham admitted ownership of the motorcycle...the deed of sale also showed him as owner," Barias said.
Barias also said Ikram Indama admitted to parking the motorcycle near the south wing of the House on the day of the blast that killed three other people and injured 13 others.
Indama and Kusaim, and Awnal were arrested during a raid at Anahaw St. Violago village last Thursday as police tried to serve an arrest warrant against Abu Jandal, allegedly a member of the Abu Sayyaf.
Jandal and two others were killed during the ensuing shootout.
The joint police and military operations also yielded various pieces of evidence, including a Congress special plate; the deed of sale of the motorcycle; nine cellular phones, a shirt and a jacket bearing the logo of the House; several identification cards and ATM cards, photos and notebooks; and the calling cards of former Basilan Representative Gerry Salapuddin.
Salapuddin however was not being considered a suspect because of the lack of evidence against him, said Barias.
Barias also refused to divulge the other statements of the suspects, pending further investigation. He also said he was not aware of any confession from the suspects about the mastermind and the motive.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007, 8:31 AM from IP address 184.108.40.206