By Raïssa Robles
When Imee Marcos, the dictator’s daughter, was asked about Martial Law and the excesses of her family, she dismissed the question with a bald-faced lie.
She did not know much about it, she said, because she was too young.
What she didn’t know was that in the family’s eagerness to escape the mob, they scurried out of the presidential palace that fateful day of February 1986, leaving behind incriminating documents on their ill-gotten wealth.
One of the documents showed that Imee tried to make singil from her dad’s dummies the shares they held in trust in many companies for Ferdinand Marcos. [READ MORE…]