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Ngirairikl will personally request FBI inquiry in response to Torres' accusation

Posted: Jun 15, 2018 5:54 PM Updated:

Governor Eddie Calvo's Communications Director Oyal Ngirairikl plans to personally go to the FBI, following the latest accusation by Troy Torres. Torres, this afternoon, alleges that based on his investigative team’s findings and information obtained from Sen. Frank Aguon Jr’s office she allegedly was behind an email implicating Calvo and gubernatorial candidate Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. of engaging in corruption related to Rodriguez's dad's federal tax evasion case.  Both Calvo and Rodriguez, said the emails were fake.

Torres alleges his investigative team found that “the fake email traffic routed to an Agana office then rerouted to an IP address registered to a Rosanna O’Mallan with a phone number registered to the senatorial office of Sen. Frank Aguon Jr. It stops there.” The Legislature’s staffing pattern lists O’Mallan as a Community Affairs Specialist” at Sen. Aguon’s office. Torres says a member of Aguon’s staff had two PDF’s sent to him purporting to show that the fake email came instead from Adelup. “It was there attempt to make it seem Adelup was responsible”.

Following Torres’ press conference, Sen. Aguon’s office issued the following statement “A member of our team received the original email from the anonymous iwilldisappearverysoon@gmail.com’  email address. This individual provided the information gathered from the original email. We assure Senator Rodriguez that our office has no connection to the authorship, origin or routing of the email in question and will provide access to the original email received should an investigation arise,” Senator Aguon said.  “We hope Senator Rodriguez’s office and his investigation team are able to resolve this issue.”  

Ngirairikl meanwhile said Troy's statements are a lie and will personally request the FBI to do a forensics on this matter to put it to rest.

Torres responded “Oyaol can take it all to the FBI. That will be a good thing. She should give her entire email account to the FBI as well. Because I’m certain there’s far more they’d like to see related to corruption in this administration”.

Torres was arrested back in April after a drug raid of his home in Latte Heights. He has not been charged, but since his arrest he's admitted to using drugs and has made a series of allegations of corruption perpetrated by the Calvo administration.

Torres is the former campaign chairman for Rodriguez's gubernatorial bid. The lawmaker has publicly admitted that he is helping him. Ngirairikl is asking the Rodriguez Cruz campaign to refrain from their campaign of dirty politics. 

KUAM News is waiting for a response from the Rodriguez-Cruz camp.

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