Neri is known to be incorruptible.
Other see him as an upright person.
But he, with the assistance of the powers in government, seems to be moving heaven and earth in order evade testifying in the Senate, unlike what his friend Rodolfo "Jun" Lozada did.
At this point, many people think Neri is the final nail that will seal the coffin of the Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo government.
It is in Neri's lips where the Filipino people will know what the President had told him, or instructed him, that paved the way for the signing of the scandalous multi-million dollar ZTE loan last year in China.
For me, what I really want to know from Romulo Neri is: What was that million-dollar factor that changed the NBN project from Build-Operate-Transfer (B.O.T.) scheme to a China loan?
Only the President (not Abalos) has that power to convert a B.O.T. (National Broadband Network) project into a loan monumentally onerous to the Filipino people.
Neri continues to refuse to reveal his conversations with the President, and instead invokes executive privilege.
Executive privilege was what former U.S. President Richard Nixon unsuccessfully invoked when he tried to cover-up the infamous Watergate scandal that led to the downfall of his administration.
But there is now a written piece, arributed to Jun Lozada, circulated in the internet.
This writing purportedly was written by Jun Lozada and given to a friend Enteng Romano.
Romano then did not find much use of the Lozada piece, until Lozada spilled the beans in the Senate recently.
The piece, attributed to Jun Lozada, seeks to explain why Romulo Neri won't testify in the Senate.
It also seeks to squeeze out some of the things on Neri's mind.
Here is the link: http://www.tingog.com/government/what-is-neri-afraid-to-say-and-why.html