Facebook group reveals “vital” info to locate Napoles

By , on August 21, 2013


Facebook group 'Anonymous Incorporated' shocked the nation Tuesday when they published highly sensitive information about Janet Lim-Napoles. The said post has gained over 8,000 'shares' and almost 5,000 'likes' in the social networking site. Screenshot of AI Facebook page by author.
Facebook group ‘Anonymous Incorporated’ shocked the nation Tuesday when they published highly sensitive information about Janet Lim-Napoles. The said post has gained over 8,000 ‘shares’ and almost 5,000 ‘likes’ in the social networking site. Screenshot of AI Facebook page by author.

Risking life and limb as well as the safety of their friends and family, the administrator/s of the Facebook page ‘Anonymous Incorporated’ (AI) published highly sensitive information about pork barrel scam alleged mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles and her family that no one has ever had the guts or the opportunity to publish before.

“We, as Anonymous individuals sacrificed a lot the past few weeks. We put the lives of our families in danger, our loved ones and our friends. It was a deadly game of hide and seek… because no one can be trusted,” they said in their update.

On August 20, AI declared in a status update that their job is “done.”

“Our jobs as Anonymous are now done. We have given so much, we almost lost our lives in the process.”

The group did give a disclaimer, saying that they cannot know everything. However, what they did reveal to the public are pieces of “vital” information to ascertain Janet Lim-Napoles’ current location. The update mentioned the presence of many volunteer “hacktivists” (hacker + activitist), whose efforts were absolutely imperative in collecting these pieces of information. All of which were “verified, valid and working” according to AI.

The status update then launched into a detailed revelation of various personal information of the Napoles family and some of their staff, including their e-mail addresses, mobile numbers, office address, and even their home addresses in the Philippines and the US.

The update contained 10 personal e-mail addresses; 3 Philippine addresses and 4 addresses in California, USA; 2 mobile numbers and 2 landline numbers said to be directly connected to Janet Lim-Napoles, and 12 other mobile and landline numbers that allegedly belong to the Napoles family members and staff.

The status included encouragements for the public to “exploit” said contact information to move the Napoleses to surrender. The post implied that a citizen’s arrest might be impossible, knowing that everyone in the Napoles family travels with a bodyguard armed with guns and weapons. Even the family members themselves are said to carry firearms to protect themselves if necessary.

In the said Facebook post, AI also named people who allegedly know Lim-Napoles’ whereabouts. These people include a certain Jun Pareno who handles hotel reservations at Discovery Suites, where Janet Lim-Napoles regularly holds a party for her family and friends, including senators and other government officials; Senator Gringo Honason, who is closely tied with retired Marine Major James Napoles, husband of Janet Lim-Napoles; and Vice President Jejomar Binay, who belong to the same fraternity as James Napoles, Alpha Phi Omega.

The Facebook group calls for and supports the abolition of the pork barrel system.

“We just have the information to show the world that we have been deceived and robbed by our own money from the past decade and they deserve nothing less than death.”