"I'll quit if my son is into corruption" words of Digong that hug the media these days. If we take his words hook, line, and sinker, then we'll probably have no Digong to greet us in December 2017.
The reality check however is this. Digong will always be a firebrand leader. Let's give him credit to his colorful words because it sets the tone of a strong persona in him. His critics have a hard time finding blunders on his management style and policy-making strategy, with the way he shattered the establishment, the oligarchs, and the wily trapos.
The Bureau of Customs controversy is a complex matter to tackle. While witness Taguda, mentioned the Vice Mayor of Davao City as part of the Davao Group who smuggled goods but he never saw or met him.
By itself, such declaration implicating the Vice Mayor is nothing but air of suspicion which can never stand the test of moral certainty. It is best for investigators to dig deeper into the controversy in its entirety.
Clearly, no one is above the law. Anyone who is found committing acts in violation of existing laws must be prosecuted to the fullest extent.