LIST: Defendants in PDAF scam cases

Reynaldo Santos Jr

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LIST: Defendants in PDAF scam cases
Fifty individuals are co-defendants of senators Revilla, Estrada, and Enrile and Janet Lim Napoles in the plunder and graft cases filed before the Sandiganbayan

 

 

MANILA, Philippines – The spotlight right now is on the 3 senators charged with plunder and graft and the alleged mastermind of the pork barrel scam in which they have been tagged.

Fifty other government officials and private individuals are also charged before the Sandiganbayan along with senators Ramon Revilla Jr, Jinggoy Estrada, Juan Ponce Enrile, and the woman who gave them kickbacks after siphoning off their discretionary funds, Janet Lim Napoles.

Revilla, Estrada, and Enrile are facing plunder and graft charges; Napoles is a co-defendant in all their cases. (READ: What’s the difference: Plunder, graft in PDAF issue?)

The 50 other individuals who are named conduits in the biggest corruption scandal in recent Philippine history are the following:

ACCUSED. A total of 54 individuals are charged before the Sandiganbayan. Photo from Buena Bernal/Rappler

Below is a list of those co-accused in the pork barrel scam, and in which cases they are co-defendants:

  Sen. Enrile Sen. Revilla Sen. Estrada
  Plunder Graft Plunder Graft Plunder Graft
Napoleses
1. Janet Lim Napoles
2. James Christopher Napoles (son)          
3. Jo Christine Napoles (daughter)          
4. John Raymund De Asis (driver-bodyguard)
5. Ronald John Lim (nephew)      
Senate staff
6. Jessica Lucila Reyes (Enrile)        
7. Jose Antonio Evangelista II (Enrile)          
8. Pauline Therese Mary Labayen (Estrada)        
9. Richard Cambe (Revilla)        
Department of Budget and Management officials/employees
10. Lalaine Narag Paule      
11. Mario Relampagos      
12. Rosario Salamida Nuñez      
13. Marilou Dialino Bare      
National Agribusiness Corporation officials/employees
14. Alan Javellana      
15. Encarnita Christina Munsod        
16. Maria Julie Villaralvo-Johnson      
17. Maria Ninez Guañizo      
18. Rhodora Mendoza      
19. Romulo Relevo        
20. Victor Roman Cacal      
National Livelihood Development Corporation officials/employees
21. Chita Jalandoni      
22. Emmanuel Alexis Sevidal      
23. Evelyn Sucgang        
24. Filipina Rodriguez          
25. Gondelina Amata      
26. Gregoria Buenaventura      
27. Ofelia Ordoñez        
28. Sofia Cruz      
Technology Resource Center officials/employees
29. Antonio Ortiz      
30. Consuelo Lilian Espiritu      
31. Dennis Cunanan      
32. Francisco Figura      
33. Ma. Rosalinda Lacsamana      
34. Marivic Jover      
Private respondents
35. Aileen Palama          
36. Amparo Fernando          
37. Dorilyn Fabian          
38. Eulogio Rodriguez        
39. Evelyn de Leon        
40. Fernando Ramirez          
41. Hernani Ditchon          
42. Jesus Castillo          
43. Jocelyn Piorato        
44. Laarni Uy        
45. Margarita Guadinez          
46. Myla Ogerio        
47. Mylene Encarnacion          
48. Nitz Cabilao          
49. Noel Macha          
50. Renato Ornopia          
51. Rodrigo Galay          

At the the Sandiganbayan, the Philippine anti-graft court, Revilla’s cases have been assigned to the 1st division; Enrile’s, to the 3rd division; Estrada’s, to the 5th division. (READ: Sandiganbayan assigns plunder, graft cases– Rappler.com

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