Herbert Colangco and three other DOJ witnesses vs Senator Leila de Lima sing a song for her inside the New Bilibid Prison, while wearing their prison uniforms. Incidentally, the four DOJ witnesses sang “Akala Mo Lang Yun,” (That’s What You Think), a song written and composed by Colangco himself. Watch them enjoy their singing on the video below.
As you can see, Colangco sang his own song, “Akala Mo Lang Yun,” along with his fellow Bilibid inmates, Rodolfo Magleo (a former police officer and a convicted kidnapper), Noel Martinez, and Jaime Patcho. The said song is Filipino, with the lyrics apparently saying that no one should accuse anyone, especially if he really do not know that person.
“Huwag mong husgahan ang kahit na sino, Sya lang ang may alam kung ano ang totoo. Huwag mong husgahan ang puso ng iba. Puso mo lang naman ang iyong kilala. Siya raw ang may sala, akala mo lang yon.” A part of the song lyrics says. Apparently, the scene is very much opposite to what Sen.de Lima has claimed on her privilege speech.
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“Sa puntong ito, gusto kong iparating ang aking pagpapatawad sa lahat ng tumatayo at tatayong witness laban sa akin sa House hearing. Alam ko na kayo ay napilitan at napuwersa lamang para idawit ako sa kung anumang anomalya sa Bilibid, gamit ang panggigipit, blackmail, o marahil pati torture.” Sen.de Lima said this Tuesday, September 20.
(At this point, I would like to extend my forgiveness to all those stood and will stand as wtiness against me in the House hearing. I know that you are only being forced to implicate me in the anomalies inside the Bilibid, using pressure, blackmail, or probabaly even torture.)
Sen.de Lima said she cannot forgive the people behind the accusations against her. She even warned them, “May araw din po kayo,” (You will have your day.) Once again, the neophyte senator blamed President Rodrigo, and “congratulated” Senator Alan Peter Cayetano for removing her as chair of Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
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Full Lyrics of Akala Mo Lang Yun (Sung and written by Herbert Colangco
Meanwhile, the video of the four DOJ witnesses singing for Sen. De Lima was first shared at OFW in ISRAEL Foundation Facebook page, and was sent to them by Ferdinand Topacio, the lawyer of the mentioned high-profile inmates. In a statement, he categorically denied De Lima’s allegations that his clients were forced and tortured to testify against her.