Dela Rosa willing to be “slapped repeatedly” if corruption allegations are proven true

  • Senator Ronald Dela Rosa said he would be willing to be shamed in public if corruption allegations are proven true
  • He was a BuCor chief from April to October 2018 and admitted to signing the release order of over 120 heinous crime c0nvicts
  • The senator said he is willing to undergo investigation

Sen. Ronald Dela Rosa said he would be willing to be “slapped repeatedly” in public if the corrupti0n allegations hurled at him are proven true.

Image by Sen. Ronald Dela Rosa via Facebook

Dela Rosa dared his critics to “slap” him if they are able to provide evidence that he is a corrupt official.

The senator was a Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief from April to October 2018. He admitted that during his short stint, he signed the release orders of around 120 hein0us crimes c0nvicts under the good conduct time allowance (GCTA) law. Recently, there have been allegations that GCTA was being sold to inmates at a hefty price for an early release.

Dela Rosa denied being involved in any illegal activities and said he is willing to undergo investigation to prove his innocence.

He said during his interview on ANC, “Pag sinabi kong I want to be investigated, I don’t think I want it. Pero pag sinabi mong ready to be investigated, I’m ready anytime. Wala kong tinatago. Malinis ang aking konsensya. Kahit na balig-baligtarin ninyo ako.”

The senator said he would be willing to be shamed in public if he’s corrupt.

Dela Rosa said, “Kung meron kang makita dyan na corruption na ginawa ko, sampalin n’yo ako sa harapan ng madlang people. Hindi lang isang beses, kaliwa’t kanan, sampalin n’yo ako pag may corruption akong ginawa.”

Image by Sen. Ronald Dela Rosa via Facebook

Dubbed as “GCTA for sale,” a Senate inquiry is underway to find out if several BuCor officials were getting money from inmates in exchange for shorter jail sentence.

Source :

Inquirer