Senators get lewd photos from sex cult, want probe - The Philippines/September 27, 2002

The Philippines -- Senators have received from the leader of a sex cult in the central Philippines province of Negros Occidental sex a manifesto and copies of lewd photographs showing young men and women in various sex acts, and have asked the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to go after him.

Lawyer Richard J. Nethercott, legal officer of Senator Robert Jaworski, has written NBI director Reynaldo Wycoco asking for appropriate action on the letter and photos sent to the Senate by a certain Leonardo C. Erobas, head of the "Espedeject Ideology: Global One Man Rule Program.''

The manifesto, written in the Ilonggo dialect of Negros Occidental, was accompanied by 10 photos of men and women in various sexual positions. On the back of the photos were the ages of the women, which ranged from 16 to 17 years.

The manifesto says sex with younger people and public nudity will cleanse the soul.

Erobas listed his addess as Purok Casanag, Mandalgan, Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental.

"Ninoy Aquino entered the body of Leonardo Erobas,'' the manifesto says.

Erobas describes himself in the manifesto as "the trampool man, the new term (for the) above genius Kurukokok ruler, author, scientist, creator, founder, inventor, journalist, writer, maker, super being.''

Senate Majority Floor Leader Loren Legarda-Leviste issued a statement asking the NBI "to investigate the members of a cult in Negros Occidental propagating a 'sex-bomb' ideology in the country.''

Senator Rodolfo Biazon, who also received the photographs, said Erobas had the "gall to send me indecent pictures which are not only immoral but possibly criminal in nature because some of the sexual participants are minors.''

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