Interakson.com reports that Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary Leila De Lima revealed on Monday, January 2, that there have been "serious threats to her life." Though the report didn’t say when De Lima started getting threats, it noted that she got them "recently."However, the report also did not explain how the threats were issued.
De Lima said, "There was an advice that mayroon daw nagmamanman d'yan sa akin sa labas (somebody was keeping tabs on me when I’m out) and even within. I have friends who try to monitor my situation. She said that the information she got was "reliable."
As such, Interaksyon.com noted: "The members of the Intelligence Security Operations Group (ISOG) of the DOJ are now on alert because of the threats on the life of De Lima. Aside from the ISOG members who are posted in the entire vicinity of the DOJ, other security personnel are scattered along the stretch of Padre Faura St., Ermita, Manila. All the DOJ employees are required to wear their respective identification card (ID) so that the ISOG can easily monitor the employees and the visitors."
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