Bong Revilla told Pres. Aquino: 'I'm not afraid.. ready to go to jail'

Senator Bong Revilla stood firm in his claim of innocence in the plunder and graft charges filed against him.

Bong Revilla attends mass before Sandiganbayan

After the Sandiganbayan announced that they have found probable causes to go on with the charges, Revilla addressed President Aquino on Thursday, saying he is not afraid and is ready to be jailed.
Mr. President, handa akong magpakulong, kahit saan niyo ako ikulong. Ako’y naniniwala wala akong kasalanan at hindi ako natatakot
The wife of Senator Revilla, Representative Lani Mercado appealed that her husband be given the chance to prove his innocence.
Ngayong nasa korte na ito, sana mabigyan kami ng pagkakataon na mabigyan ng patas na laban
Revilla, amid alleged kickbacks from the ghost non-government organizations handled by Pork Barrel Scam 'Mastermind' Janet Lim Napoles, also belied an accusation that he is only acting.
Hindi po ako umaarte. Kaya sa mga bumabatikos sa akin, hiling ko lang, pakinggan niyo naman kami. Isang taon na kaming ginugulpi,
Moreover, Sen. Bong Revilla stressed that his camp has been politically persecuted.

On June 19 (Thurs), the Sandiganbayan released a resolution ordering that arrest warrant be issued against Sen. Bong Revilla and 32 others who are also found involved in Pork Barrel Scam.
In a news update on June 20 (Fri), a warrant of arrest has been issued, signed by the three justices of the Sandiganbayan's 1st Division.

Here is Sen. Revilla, sporting a white T-shirt with a biblical verse printed on it, which reads:
The Lord is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me? (Psalm 118:6)
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