Rodel Jayme said that he’s willing to help the authorities on finding the people behind the “Totoong Narco-list” video featuring “Bikoy”, a hooded man who accused the first family and its close ally of being involved in illegal businesses.
In an interview, Jayme said that he was contacted by someone to create a website that they’re going to use to promote the Otso Diretso candidates.
However, he’s not aware that his website was going to be used to upload the “Bikoy” videos, saying that he felt being let down by the one who contacted him.
Jayme who admitted that he’s a supporter of Liberal Party said that the person who told him to create a website gave him P2,500.
“Nilaglag ako sa bagay na wala akong alam, na parang tinraydor ako. In-upload nila ‘yung video na hindi man lang sinabi sa akin, alam nilang andyan ang pangalan ko dahil siyempre ang alam ko lang ay malinis ang intensyon ng pagpapagawa,” Jayme said.
“Binigyan ko po ng access doon sa nagpagawa. Then April 2, no idea po ako, nasa church po ako, biglang na-upload ‘yung video ni Bikoy,” he added.
When the videos were uploaded without his permission, the person who contacted him told him to hide for one month because of the heated conversation about Bikoy.
According to him, he can prove that innocent by the help of the Facebook conversation that he kept, despite the order of the person who contacted him to delete their messages.
“Andun po lahat sa conversation namin sa FB, isa sa bilin ay mag-delete ng conversation, pero hindi ko po gawain na mag-delete ng conversation, alam kong pwedeng ebidensya ‘yun kung may mangyari,” Jayme said.
However, Liberal Party President and Senator Kiko Pangilinan said that people should not assume that they’re involved in the Bikoy videos.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is still not revealing their next move after Jayme expressed his intention to help the authorities in finding the people behind Bikoy.