The complaint was filed before the Office of the Ombudsman by Rogelio Cantoria and lawyer Fernando Perito. It was first seen on social media and was based on a purported BSP circular. According to the circular, about 3,500 metric tons of gold was shipped and deposited at the Bank of Thailand. They said that the gold bars could be retrieved and returned to the BSP if those were properly and legally processed.
The gold bars which weigh 12.5 kg/bar and had a purity of 99.999 percent was approved by Former President Aquino, De Lima, Roxas, Tetangco, Drilon and Purisima and was shipped December 2014.
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