Norman Mangusin, also known as Francis Leo Marcos addressed his loyalists and critics before entering the Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig City.
Mangusin, who’s facing multiple charges including human trafficking, thanked the people who still believe him.
According to him, he’s happy to left the custody of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) because he felt that his life was in danger.
His friend posted the letter of Marcos on her Facebook page.
“Sa lahat ng mahal kong kababayan, maraming Salamat po sa inyong mga panalangin at ako ay nailipat na sa BJMP. Nakaiwas ako sa panganib sa aking buhay. Meron ilan ahente doon sa pinanggalingan ko na Meron masamang pakay sa akin,” Marcos said.
“Wag po kayong mawawalan ng pagasa. Tayo po ay lalaban. Naniniwala ako na ang katotohanan at katarungan ay magtatagumpay sa huli, hindi po mapipigil ng mga kaaway natin ang aking advocacy to help the poor.” he added.
Marcos was confident that someday, his critics would regret that they didn’t believe him.
“Sa mga naninira sa akin, darating ang araw na makikita niyo ang katotohanan at tiyak ako na magsisisi kayo. Ganun pa man, hinahamon ko kayo na gumawa ng mabuti sa ating mga kapos palad na kababayan,” the self-proclaimed businessman stated.
“Tulungan natin ang mga naghihirap. Maawa tayo sa kanila. Ang bayan na ito ay hindi
Lamang para sa mayaman. Higit sa lahat ito ay para sa lahat ng pilipino,” he added.
On Monday, the camp of Marcos confirmed that their client was already ordered by the court to be transferred to Camp Bagong Diwa and eventually to Manila City Jail.
Aside from human trafficking, Marcos was reportedly facing charges like r*pe, illegal recruitment, land grabbing, falsifying documents.
NBI also found that Marcos was using a fake name, documents, and the properties he’s showing to his vlogs was only borrowed.
Marcos has gone viral because of his vlogs about his philanthropic activities while flaunting his wealth.
He even claimed that he already spent 99-M pesos and sold some of his properties to fund his ‘Mayaman Challenge’.