REPLAY: Day 19 (Click here for other clips)
Day 19, Part 1: Prosecution says there should be no debate on the authenticity of the attachments to Annex A since the president of PSBank himself confirmed the existence of the peso and dollar accounts.
Day 19, Part 2: Prosecution say senator-judges were repeatedly asking details from PSBank officials because they wanted to test the truthfulness of the witnesses.
Day 19, Part 3: Prosecution spokesmen react to President Benigno Aquino III's statements this morning.
Day 19, Part 4: Prosecution: at least 3 Articles will undergo full-blown treatment in court. Session starts.
Day 19, Part 5: Senator Franklin Drilon tells the court his colleague Senator Serge Osmena hopes PSBank president Pascual Garcia III takes the stand before Tiongson.
Day 19, Part 6: PSBank president Garcia testifies on the existence of other accounts not included in the original subpoena for 5 peso accounts-- 2 of the 3 accounts contain P7.3-M and P17-M. Senator Jinggoy Estrada notes that 3 time-deposit accounts were closed on Dec. 12, 2011, the day congressmen filed the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Renato Corona.
Day 19, Part 7: Senator Loren Legarda asks witness Tiongson if anyone had ever approached her or any of the people in control of bank accounts in her branch. Tiongson answers, yes, QC Rep. Bolet Banal approached me and showed me documents that looked like signature cards from our bank.
Day 19, Part 8: Tiongson says Congressman Banal approached her on February.
Day 19, Part 9: QC Rep. Bolet Banal tells the court he did approach PSBank manager Annabelle Tiongson but says he did it only to confirm a lead he received earlier.