Blogger unearths Magdalo hacker in BPI leak

A POLITICAL blogger who has been gathering followers since he first appeared just before election links the breach in the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) records that Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is brandishing to a hacker who was a former lieutenant and a follower of Magdalo Group.

This is among the twists in the much awaited conclusion to the Bank of the Philippine Islands account controversy allegedly containing worth P211 Million undeclared wealth of Presidential aspirant and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is set to be known on Monday, May 2.

On Friday, April 29, Presidential Candidate Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said he will open his BPI Julia Vargas Pasig Branch account on the condition that Senator Antonio Trillanes, his accuser signs an affidavit and files a case against him.

This developed as the BPI issued there has been no breach in confidentiality virtually hinting that Trillanes' documents are fake.

Duterte in an interview admitted that the Julia Vargas BPI account is indeed existing with a little less than P211 Million content.

In an interview Duterte said that he expects Trillanes to be at the BPI branch on Monday, and he wants him to execute an affidavit to make everything legal.

According to though Trillanes has successfully proven that the account exists, there is still an avenue of doubt as to whether the P211 amount in reality is true.

It was noted that Trillanes also continuously denied who are his sources for the information

Based on, a hard evidence shows Trillanes' association to an ethical hacker.

The website, has established links between Ellen Tordesillas, who had proven the existence of Duterte's account through a successful deposit, and Armand Pontejos who was found to be a supporter of Tordesillas and an ethical hacker.

It also uncovered that Pontejos aside from being an ethical hacker, was a dismissed navy lieutenant and among the eleven Oakwood mutineers who joined Trillanes.

A disclaimer was also posted in the site, that the article was not intended to show evidence of guilt but instead it is to give enforcers a potential lead to the BPI data leak.
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