Ethel Kareklas 4 weeks ago It is obvious that hospital confinement is paradise compared to prison cell confinement. So these “sick” drug lords are big shots and acting like the mafia Godfathers, scaring corrupt doctors and Bucor officials. Of course mayroon gamot that can be injected sa IV para makatulog ang pasiyente forever, wala ng gisingan. Dito sa America, maraming doctor na kasabuwat ang mga drug companies. Niloloko nila ang Mdicare. It is so rampant. The devil works his magic all over the world, and winning!🤣😄😂
“Totoo po bang may mga nagpapabayad diyan para ma-admit ang mga preso sa hospital?” Go asked.
Cenas initially invoked his right against self-incrimination but pressed by Go, he eventually answered in the affirmative.
“Meron bang nagpapabayad d’yan sa NBP hospital, yes or no?” Go said, to which Cenas said, “yes.”
Asked how much was being paid by those who wanted to overstay at NBP Hospital and who wanted to be transferred to a hospital outside Bilibid, Cenas said he just heard about it.
“May naririnig lang po ako na may ganung nangyayari,” Cenas said.
Go also asked NBP Hospital medical chief Ernesto Tamayo if it was true that P40,000 and higher were paid by convicts to stay in the hospital, the latter said he only heard rumors about it.
“Tungkol po sa akin, sa naririnig ko po wala po e. Ang kwan ko lang wala akong hard evidence na may bayaran talaga pero meron akong naririnig tungkol po dyan,” Tamayo said.
“Yes po, tsismis lang po kasi. Mahirap magturo nang walang ebidensiya laban sa’yo,” he added.
Go said that Tamayo should wait as he would be submitting evidence against the latter to the Senate committee.
“Hintayin nyo na lang po at ipapasa ko sa komitr ang mga ebidensiya laban sa’yo. Dr. Tamayo, tignan mo ‘yung nasa paligid mo, andito na ‘yung ebidensiya laban sa’yo,” Go said.
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