‘Bikoy’ faces cyberlibel raps

Oscar D. Albayalde

A HOODED man who goes by the moniker “Bikoy” is facing charges of cyber-libel for repeatedly linking the family of President Duterte to illegal drug activities without any proof, Philippine National Police chief Director General Oscar D. Albayalde said.

The country’s top cop warned the still unidentified “Bikoy” to be ready to substantiate the charges he had made against the Duterte’s son, former Davao City vice mayor Paolo, the President’s partner Honeylet and even former Special Assistant to the President Bong Go and former PNP chief Gen. Ronald ‘Bato’ M. dela Rosa.

The Palace had said that the expose made by “Bikoy” are all politically-motivated and completely untrue. The charges were made as Go’s and dela Rosa’s ranking in the senatorial race polls have been steadily rising.

General Albayalde said that “Bikoy” should present evidence that will bolster his accusations or he will end up being charged in court.
Government cybercrime experts are currently in the process of trying to unmask “Bikoy.”