Binay aides fled PH — Trillanes

By , on June 29, 2015

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV. Photo courtesy of Trillanes' Facebook page.
Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV. Photo courtesy of Trillanes’ Facebook page.

MANILA — Two aides of Vice President Jejomar Binay already left the country while the Senate inquiry into the corruption charges against him is still on going, according to Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Sunday.

Trillanes said in an interview with dzIQ that according to his sources, Gerry Limlingan and Eduviges “Ebeng” Baloloy, Binay’s close allies already fled the country.

Both Limlingan and Baloloy are facing graft and corruption charges for the alleged irregularities in the construction of the Makati City Hall Building II.

The Senate have issued a warrant of arrest for the two following their refusal to attend the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee hearings into the case.

Trillanes added that the two fled the country after they closed their accounts and or transferred money.

“When they completed what they were supposed to do, they were then hidden,” he said.

The Senator, however assured that the two “will have a hard time going underground.”

“But we will make their world small. They will not be able to move around much, especially when cases will be filed against them in the Sandiganbayan and their passports are canceled,” he said.