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Army execs on the carpet

A RETIRED lieutenant general is facing one count of graft and seven counts of falsification of public documents before the Sandiganbayan over the allegedly anomalous procurement of P5.103 million worth of military supplies in 2003.

The Ombudsman indicted Lt. Gen. Gregorio Camiling Jr., former commanding general of the Philippine Army, and ordered the filing of raps over alleged involvement in the anomalous procurement
of P5.103 million worth of military supplies in 2003.


Those included were former brigadier general Severino Estrella; colonels Cesar Santos, Jessie Mario Dosado, Barmel Zumel and Cyrano Austria; captain George Cabreros; accounting unit head Editha Santos, and chief accountant Rolando Minel in the charge sheet.

Topics: Sandiganbayan , Lt. Gen. Gregorio Camiling Jr. , Falsification of public documents , Graft charge
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