Corona, wife indicted for ill-gotten wealth

Two years after he was removed as chief justice of the Philippines, Renato Corwraona is going to the anti-graft court. The Office of the Ombudsman on January 29 approved the filing of criminal and civil charges against him and his wife before the Sandiganbayan over findings they amassed ill-gotten wealth totaling P130 million. A panel of investigators formed right after he was convicted also concluded that he made false declarations in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth. This is the second court case against Corona. In May 2013, he was slapped with tax evasion charges.

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