AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
GOVERNMENT PROSECUTORS asked the Sandiganbayan to deny the request of a businessman facing plunder charges in connection with a multibillion-peso tax credit scam for an extended travel authority and to immediately cancel his passport.
In opposing Faustino Chingkoes motion asking the court to allow him to stay in China for another month due to health problems, the prosecution said Chingkoe had failed to submit a credible medical certificate.
Chingkoe was just using his supposed illness as a ploy to evade prosecution, they added.
Chingkoe, his wife Gloria, two other officials of his textile company Filstar Textile Industrial Corp. (Filstar) and four …