This reader opines that the local banks should file criminal charges against people who disclosed the alleged accounts, for the banks’ very integrity is at stake. At the rate the laws governing local and foreign deposits are being violated, the dollar depositors will flee from our shores, thus negating the purpose for which these were enacted, i.e, to beef up our foreign reserves.
Another reader opined that since LRA's Eulalio Diaz got away with perjury and lies the first time, the prosecution through OMB is again using the same foul tactics, which should be immediately and decisively exposed.
There is a clamor for the Senate to subpoena AMLC executive-director Vicente Aquino, the bank managers involved in the supposed five banks and all the bank records pertaining to the accounts, such as like signature cards, written instructions of depositor, deposit/withdrawal slips---in order to establish the veracity/ or untruth of these accounts mentioned in OMB’s presentation. This is a sensible suggestion that the Senate should act on ASAP, if only out of justice and fairness to respondent Renato Corona.