Jose Alejandrino Reveals Philippine Senators Believed to be Connected to the Narco-Trade in the Philippines
Former journalist and veteran political analyst Jose Alejandrino revealed on his latest social media post that one of his friend in Washington DC told him that US President Donald Trump has been given a briefing on which Philippine Senators are believed to be connected to the narco-trade in the Philippines.
Although the source of Alejandrino didn’t say whether the briefing was from the DEA or CIA, apparently, there are five (5) senators involved in illegal drugs who received financing from local drug lords tied to the Chinese Triad.
The names of the five senators were not mentioned by Alejandrino but based on separate reports about the possible connections of some politicians to the illegal drug trades in the country, Sen. Franklin Drilon was one of those identified by a member of the Berya drug syndicate as drug financier in Western Visayas.
Here’s the Complete Revelations of Jose Alejandrino:
by Jose Alejandrino
A friend of mine in Washington DC told me that US President Donald Trump has been given a briefing on which Philippine senators are believed to be connected to the narco-trade in the Philippines. He didn’t say whether the briefing was from the DEA or CIA.
Apparently, there are 5 senators involved who received financing from local druglords tied to the Chinese Triad.
Five of our senators tied to the Chinese Triad? It seems there is more to the Senate than meets the eye.
Jose Alejandrino is the former General Manager of The Manila Chronicle, one of the leading newspaper in the Philippines. He also served as the former Presidential Assistant for Economic Affairs during the term of former Pres. Fidel V. Ramos.