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first_imgLondon rated best city for students Cebu-based businessman Peter Lim (File photo from CEBU DAILY NEWS)CEBU CITY — Cebuano businessman Peter Lim has expressed elation over the dismissal of the drug trafficking charges filed against him.SkipIn a statement issued on Monday, Lim welcomed the ruling of the Task Force on Illegal Drugs of the Department of Justice (DOJ).ADVERTISEMENT WBC suspends Whyte’s status as interim world heavyweight champion The DOJ Task Force on Illegal Drugs dismissed the drug charges filed against Lim and at least seven others for failure of the CIDG to present sufficient evidence against the respondents. /atmRead Next De Lima says public has nothing to worry about her health “Mr. Peter Lim thanks the DOJ for rendering a just resolution because after all, the pronouncement of Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II which found headline in Cebu Daily News on Oct 1, 2016, is correct,” said Lim’s spokesperson Jun Fuentes.Aguirre earlier revealed that the Peter “Jaguar” Lim, who is listed as one of the top drug lords in the country, was actually slain drug lord Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz, not the prominent Cebuano businessman.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOBREAK: Suspension of Lotto operations lifted – PaneloNEWSINFODuterte to Cayetanos: ‘Kailan kaya matapos ang dynasty niyo?’NEWSINFOIndian family caught taking items from Bali hotel, sparking criticism onlineJaguar, top drug personality in Central Visayas, was gunned down by police in Las Piñas City on June 17, 2016, two weeks before President Rodrigo Duterte assumed his post.Aguirre said there was a mistake in the July drug matrix released by the President. LATEST STORIES Aguirre said a cousin of Jaguar, Reynaldo “Jumbo” Diaz, who was arrested by police in Matnog town of Sorsogon in September 2016, confirmed that Jeffrey Diaz was the real Jaguar.MORE STORIESnewsinfoDuterte’s verbal order on PCSO games shutdown not arbitrary – GuevarranewsinfoDOJ won’t drop sedition raps vs Robredo et al.newsinfoDOJ orders NBI to probe Customs officials allegedly involved in corruptionMORE STORIESnewsinfoDuterte’s verbal order on PCSO games shutdown not arbitrary – GuevarranewsinfoDOJ won’t drop sedition raps vs Robredo et al.newsinfoDOJ orders NBI to probe Customs officials allegedly involved in corruptionFuentes said the case filed against Lim by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group’s Major Crimes Investigation Unit was solely anchored on the testimonies of Marcelo Adorco, one of alleged henchman of self-confessed drug lord Rolando “Kerwin” Espinosa Jr.Adorco claimed that Lim supplied narcotics in “staggering amounts” to Espinosa for more than two years.On June 4, 2015, Adoro said Lim allegedly met with him and Espinosa in Thailand to discuss the delivery of 50 kilos powdered meth at the Cash & Carry parking lot in Makati City three days later. But Fuentes said they were able to prove that Lim was not in Thailand on June 4, 2015.“It was proven by Mr. Lim that, at that time, he was admitted for a kidney problem at the Cebu Doctors’ Hospital,” Fuentes said.ADVERTISEMENT Duterte: In the eyes of international media PLAY LIST 22:01Duterte: In the eyes of international media01:45Amnesty urges UN to investigate Philippines drug war killings01:36OVP says no subpoena yet from DOJ on sedition raps vs Robredo03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension View commentscenter_img Indian coffee magnate’s body found by river Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Bar test panel chairs for 2019, 2020 vow ‘very reasonable examination’ MOST READ Philippines ‘fires off’ diplomatic protest over Chinese vessels circling Pag-asa Island Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Dagupan church workers, parishioners back Villegas amid sedition rapslast_img read more