Rappler's latest stories on Duterte ouster plot
The texts show Peter Joemel Advincula, the flip-flopping Bikoy, apparently insisting on shooting the Ang Totoong Narco List videos as soon as possible, and asking for rent and transportation allowances
In this podcast, we explain the unfolding saga of the 'ouster plot' diagrams where President Rodrigo Duterte accuses journalists of trying to unseat him
Netizens poke fun at the latest matrix released by Malacañang
'I am concerned for my security as well as that of my parents,' says the Olympic weightlifting star
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo blames the media for making a 'wrong analysis' about the diagrams, saying Ho and Diaz were only included to show Rodel Jayme's Facebook interests
'Parang napaka-unlikely. Kung sinuman ang nagprepare ng matrix or information na 'yun, parang kulang sa research,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson
President Rodrigo Duterte says the diagrams come from the 'intelligence community' and that their source is 'not a Filipino'
Journalists and candidates blast the new set of diagrams from Malacañang that seek to lump them together in one conspiracy to discredit President Duterte
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo only 'reasonably assumed' that the diagram he received from a mysterious mobile number is the same 'matrix' referred to by President Rodrigo Duterte
Yet Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo justifies President Duterte's release of the 'ouster plot' diagram by citing 'the people's right to information'
Ngayong Press Freedom Day, iwaksi ang mga kampon ng kasinungalingan
‘The continuous attacks...show the government’s disregard of the court processes and their resolve to threaten, harass, intimidate and further endanger the life, liberty and security of the petitioners,’ the human rights lawyers tell the SC
(3rd UPDATE) 'I want to be able to teach and still look my students straight in the eye,' says Felipe 'Ipe' Salvosa II, who protested the publication of a story linking 3 media organizations, including Rappler, and a lawyers' group to an alleged plot to oust President Duterte
President Duterte admits he got the information of a supposed plot to oust him from 'foreign sources' who tapped Philippine journalists and human rights lawyers
No ouster plot was proven. Here's a list of at least 10 claims which are either false, misleading, or not supported by information provided.
Just wait for the next security crisis to blindside this administration and our authorities. Then you’d wish the President paid more attention to his job and his men to theirs.
(UPDATED) 'Ang likelihood na hindi rin siya reliable, napakalaki,' says Vice President Leni Robredo of the matrix claiming journalists and human rights lawyers are planning to oust President Duterte
‘We need more information than that depicted in a diagram,’ says Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra
Without an order from President Rodrigo Duterte, PNP chief Oscar Albayalde explains they will conduct the probe under their own 'initiative'
Communists may have fired an 'agitation shot' that catalyzed the shooting of the Negros Occidental farmers, says military chief Lt General Carlito Galvez
(UPDATED) Military chief General Carlito Galvez Jr, who does not identify the schools, says this is part of the communists' bid to form a 'broad coalition' to unseat President Rodrigo Duterte
Vice President Leni Robredo 'was not among those specifically named to be part of the conspiracy,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
I have some reports but I will not classify them into actions that would merit an attempt to topple the government says National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr