Around P100 million ended in the pockets of agents who acted as bridge between Janet Lim-Napoles and lawmakers in the alleged diversion of congressional pork barrel funds to her bogus nongovernment organizations (NGOs), according to the financial records of whistle-blower Benhur Luy.
Luy’s hard disk drive was copied by the Inquirer when his family and his former lawyer Levito Baligod visited the Inquirer on April 27, 2013, to ask for help to expose the alleged raid by Napoles and her highly placed clients of P10 billion in state funds meant for rural development.
Based on the project cost, an agent received a 2-percent commission from Napoles for every PDAF transaction brought to a Napoles NGO.
“A broker is someone who is well connected and the primary requirement is you can be a bridge of Napoles to lawmakers and make them allocate funds to her controlled organizations,” Luy told the Inquirer in previous interviews. Based on the profiles of the agents of Napoles, all were well connected and had access to lawmakers