Tuesday, the man purportedly behind the questionable video "Bikoy" was captured by the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation), Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra affirmed on Wednesday. Bikoy was the name received by a hooded man who transferred recordings connecting individuals from the Duterte family to the illicit medication exchange.
Guevarra said the NBI's Cybercrime Division captured the man behind the Bikoy recordings. The Justice boss said, "I can affirm that a court order was served by the NBI Cybercrime Division".
He said the capture was made after NBI agents found bits of proof connecting the individual to the recordings. Guevarra would not give more subtleties, including the personality of the man captured.
He said, "the activity was made as a team with the Department of Justice Cybercrime office". The Justice office and the NBI discreetly began the examination of the source[s] of the supposed "Ang Totoong Narcolist" recordings a week ago.
In the recordings, a hooded man who holed up behind the name Bikoy asserted that he was a previous individual from a medication syndicate.
He affirmed that Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go and a few individuals from President Rodrigo Duterte's family were associated with the activities of an unlawful medication syndicate called the "Davao Group". Bikoy denounced Go, presidential child Paolo Duterte and Veronica, the President's little girl with accomplice Honeylet Avanceña, and Manases Carpio, spouse of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, of getting a huge number of pesos from the medication ring.
In the fifth scene of the video arrangement transferred late April, Bikoy said a medication syndicate working in Bicol, which he called the "Quadrangle Group," comprised of previous government officials and agents. He asserted the pioneer of the Quadrangle Group was Albay businessperson and Misibis Bay retreat proprietor Elizaldy Co.
He likewise distinguished different individuals from the gathering — Victor Lorenzo Rosales, who is in prison; Albay Rep. Fernando Gonzalez; Camarines Norte Gov. Edgardo Tallado; previous Camarines Sur congressman and representative Luis Villafuerte; Catanduanes Gov. Joseph Cua; Sorsogon Senior Provincial Board Member Krunimar Escudero; Naga specialist Thomas Enrile; and staggered advertising establishment proprietor Tess Rañola. Bikoy was labeled as the wellspring of the Oust Duterte lattice discharged by the Office of the President to The Manila Times' Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Dante A. Ang. The lattice named the columnists and associations purportedly engaged with the announced plot to darken the picture of the President.