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 Post subject: Re: The Trillanes myth
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This the craziest idea regarding this topic: 11 million Filipinos voted for Sen Trillanes because he didn't apologize to GMA :biglaugh:

And by the way they did not elect him a seat.:banghead:

Check your facts brother, :banghead: Sen Trillanes and Cpt Faeldon apologized and that was on Sept 24, 2004.


show me at least one article...if you can show me at least one article that Sen. Trillanes apologizes to GMA then i'll quit here if not you must quit here....deal? :biglaugh:


Here's a link to one of the many articles. Goodbye. :biglaugh:

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/man/20 ... loria.html

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Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.


bwahahaha :biglaugh:


where's the statement of Sen. Trillanes???
quit now boy! :biglaugh:

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This the craziest idea regarding this topic: 11 million Filipinos voted for Sen Trillanes because he didn't apologize to GMA :biglaugh:

And by the way they did not elect him a seat.:banghead:

Check your facts brother, :banghead: Sen Trillanes and Cpt Faeldon apologized and that was on Sept 24, 2004.


show me at least one article...if you can show me at least one article that Sen. Trillanes apologizes to GMA then i'll quit here if not you must quit here....deal? :biglaugh:


Here's a link to one of the many articles. Goodbye. :biglaugh:

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/man/20 ... loria.html[/quote]

And here's another one. :biglaugh:

http://www.medskul.com/forum/archive/in ... t-434.html

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during that time Sen. Trillanes shows disgust on Gambala, Maestrecampo who apologizes to gma...

it is Capt. Gambala and Maestrecampo who apologizes not Sen. Trillanes and that's for a fact!

Quit now boy! be man enough show me the link that will show Trillanes apologizing to GMA i'll give you at least 24 hours to do some research :biglaugh:

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Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.


bwahahaha :biglaugh:


where's the statement of Sen. Trillanes???
quit now boy! :biglaugh:


Here: "The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement". It's a GROUP statement and he is part of the group.

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during that time Sen. Trillanes shows disgust on Gambala, Maestrecampo who apologizes to gma...

it is Capt. Gambala and Maestrecampo who apologizes not Sen. Trillanes and that's for a fact!

Quit now boy! be man enough show me the link that will show Trillanes apologizing to GMA i'll give you at least 24 hours to do some research :biglaugh:


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Saturday, September 25, 2004
Oakwood mutiny leaders says sorry to Gloria
By Jonathan F. Fernandez and Benjamin B. Pulta

* Cases v. rebel soldiers to go on despite apology but they will be reinstated

* DOJ's Gonzalez's wary of leniency for rebel soldiers

LEADERS of the Oakwood Mutiny in July 2003 apologized Friday to President Arroyo for what they have done and the damage to the economy as a result of their failed rebellion.

Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.
Arroyo accepted their apology and ordered them reinstated.

Gambala said for the past 14 months they have been detained, they have realized that rebellion was not the answer to the country's problems.

"We have realized that while our country is facing serious problems, there are no short cuts in solving them. On the contrary, the road to peace and progress is a long and difficult journey where every Filipino has the responsibility of sharing the burden.. We have concluded that the only way to achieve this is for our people to be united in moving towards our vision," he said.

Gambalo offered their group's unequivocal commitment to peace and reconciliation with the Arroyo administration as he enjoined others to do the same to finally complete the nation's healing process.

President Arroyo, for her part, said it is time to put hurts behind and to let go of whatever ill feelings that resulted from the Oakwood incident.

"I bear no rancor over the past and it is time to take the high road of national solidarity and nation-building. Yet as Commander-In-Chief, I am duty-bound to exercise a sense of fairness and justice in these matters," she added.

Arroyo said the Magdalo officers would be reinstated and given pardon but in accordance with the law.

Arroyo said the rebellion charges filed against the Oakwood mutineers would still go on. She directed Armed Forces Chief Narciso Abaya to move the military justice system and resolve the cases of the Magdalo members with dispatch.

Gambala also apologized to former defense secretary now Interior Secretary Angelo Reyes, former Armed Forces intelligence chief Victor Corpus and former PNP chief now National Security Adviser Hermogenes Ebdane.

The Magdalo group accused Reyes and other military officials of selling of arms and ammunition to the Abu Sayyaf Group and other enemies of the state as well as micromanagement and patronage in the Department of National Defense (DND). They implicated Reyes in the Davao bombings, which killed several innocent civilians.

Corpus was also implicated in the Davao bombings while Ebdane was linked to the escape of the Indonesian terrorist Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi.

Meanwhile, Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez Sr. said any leniency for the Oakwood mutiny leaders must be given cautiously to prevent sending wrong signals to like-minded members of the military.

Gonzalez however said the apology by the rebel soldiers may have a favorable effect for the soldiers who are facing rebellion and coup d'etat charges before the lower courts.

He pointed out that the government's peace process initiative will largely dictate the administration's next move. "Everything will depend on national security". "If we can talk peace with MILF, why not talk also with the misguided soldiers," he added.

But Gonzalez is wary of any condonation in the prosecution of the soldiers, which may be misinterpreted. "History has shown that adventurous soldiers appear to be incorrigible," Gonzalez said.

But he quickly added, "in the process of bringing together the nation those things could be overlooked".

"One of the thrusts of the President is reconciliation but considering the gravity of what they did and the violations of the Articles of War and other laws, this has to be studied."

Gonzalez said he does not think the President will give instructions that are against the law."

Last November, prosecutors ordered the dismissal of criminal charges against 290 soldiers originally accused of mounting the failed coup attempt.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) however continued with the indictment of 31 officers in connection with the failed rebellion.

The 31 leaders include Capt. Gerardo O. Gambala, Lt. SG Antonio Trillanes IV, Lt SG James A. Layug, Capt. Garry C. Alejano, Capt. Milo Maestrecampo and Capt. Nicanor E. Faeldon.

The cases are pending before the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 61 Judge Romeo Barza, where the original case was filed before the respondents were granted a reinvestigation by the court.

The sworn affidavit by Col. Enrique A, Cabos, chief of the investigation division of the Armed Forces Inspector General's Office, was used by the DOJ as basis for the dismissal of the charges.

Cabos, in his affidavit, said the Oakwood incident "was part of a larger planned and coordinated swift attack accompanied by violence, intimidation, threat, strategy or stealth directed against duly-constituted authorities of the Philippines for the purpose of overthrowing the duly-constituted government of President Arroyo."

The prosecutors echoed Cabos' claim that a number of active and retired military officers and enlisted members of the Armed Forces orchestrated the grand plan and its execution.

Cabos identified the leaders of the uprising as former Sen. Gregorio B. Honasan, Capt. Felix Turingan, Col. Tito Legaspi, Col. Dante Bernate, Col. Melchor A. Acosta, Col. Arsenio C. Santos Jr., Capt. Andy Gauran, Col. Herbert Avinante, Col. Pompeo Limbo and Lt. Col. Demy Tejares.

All 321 soldiers still face administrative charges.

During the mutiny, the renegade soldiers strung explosives around an upscale condominium in the Makati financial district and demanded the resignation of President Arroyo and other top officials.

Having failed to rally public support and convince military units to their side, the rebels surrendered about 20 hours later under threat of annihilation.

Arroyo last November ordered 133 soldiers freed saying they were deceived by their officers into joining the mutiny.

A separate case for violation of the Articles of War filed against the 290 soldiers is pending before the Armed Forces Judge Advocate's General's Office (Jago).

OPINION:
Maliwanag na kasama si Sen. Trillanes sa grupo ng humingi sila ng SORRY sa pangulo.
Kung talagang against siya sa ginawa nina Gambala eh sana di na lang siya sumama.
Hindi naman pweding silang lahat ang magbasa ng kanilang statement of apology.
katawa-tawa naman kung ganun.

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Saturday, September 25, 2004
Oakwood mutiny leaders says sorry to Gloria
By Jonathan F. Fernandez and Benjamin B. Pulta

* Cases v. rebel soldiers to go on despite apology but they will be reinstated

* DOJ's Gonzalez's wary of leniency for rebel soldiers

LEADERS of the Oakwood Mutiny in July 2003 apologized Friday to President Arroyo for what they have done and the damage to the economy as a result of their failed rebellion.

Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.
Arroyo accepted their apology and ordered them reinstated.

Gambala said for the past 14 months they have been detained, they have realized that rebellion was not the answer to the country's problems.

"We have realized that while our country is facing serious problems, there are no short cuts in solving them. On the contrary, the road to peace and progress is a long and difficult journey where every Filipino has the responsibility of sharing the burden.. We have concluded that the only way to achieve this is for our people to be united in moving towards our vision," he said.

Gambalo offered their group's unequivocal commitment to peace and reconciliation with the Arroyo administration as he enjoined others to do the same to finally complete the nation's healing process.

President Arroyo, for her part, said it is time to put hurts behind and to let go of whatever ill feelings that resulted from the Oakwood incident.

"I bear no rancor over the past and it is time to take the high road of national solidarity and nation-building. Yet as Commander-In-Chief, I am duty-bound to exercise a sense of fairness and justice in these matters," she added.

Arroyo said the Magdalo officers would be reinstated and given pardon but in accordance with the law.

Arroyo said the rebellion charges filed against the Oakwood mutineers would still go on. She directed Armed Forces Chief Narciso Abaya to move the military justice system and resolve the cases of the Magdalo members with dispatch.

Gambala also apologized to former defense secretary now Interior Secretary Angelo Reyes, former Armed Forces intelligence chief Victor Corpus and former PNP chief now National Security Adviser Hermogenes Ebdane.

The Magdalo group accused Reyes and other military officials of selling of arms and ammunition to the Abu Sayyaf Group and other enemies of the state as well as micromanagement and patronage in the Department of National Defense (DND). They implicated Reyes in the Davao bombings, which killed several innocent civilians.

Corpus was also implicated in the Davao bombings while Ebdane was linked to the escape of the Indonesian terrorist Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi.

Meanwhile, Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez Sr. said any leniency for the Oakwood mutiny leaders must be given cautiously to prevent sending wrong signals to like-minded members of the military.

Gonzalez however said the apology by the rebel soldiers may have a favorable effect for the soldiers who are facing rebellion and coup d'etat charges before the lower courts.

He pointed out that the government's peace process initiative will largely dictate the administration's next move. "Everything will depend on national security". "If we can talk peace with MILF, why not talk also with the misguided soldiers," he added.

But Gonzalez is wary of any condonation in the prosecution of the soldiers, which may be misinterpreted. "History has shown that adventurous soldiers appear to be incorrigible," Gonzalez said.

But he quickly added, "in the process of bringing together the nation those things could be overlooked".

"One of the thrusts of the President is reconciliation but considering the gravity of what they did and the violations of the Articles of War and other laws, this has to be studied."

Gonzalez said he does not think the President will give instructions that are against the law."

Last November, prosecutors ordered the dismissal of criminal charges against 290 soldiers originally accused of mounting the failed coup attempt.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) however continued with the indictment of 31 officers in connection with the failed rebellion.

The 31 leaders include Capt. Gerardo O. Gambala, Lt. SG Antonio Trillanes IV, Lt SG James A. Layug, Capt. Garry C. Alejano, Capt. Milo Maestrecampo and Capt. Nicanor E. Faeldon.

The cases are pending before the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 61 Judge Romeo Barza, where the original case was filed before the respondents were granted a reinvestigation by the court.

The sworn affidavit by Col. Enrique A, Cabos, chief of the investigation division of the Armed Forces Inspector General's Office, was used by the DOJ as basis for the dismissal of the charges.

Cabos, in his affidavit, said the Oakwood incident "was part of a larger planned and coordinated swift attack accompanied by violence, intimidation, threat, strategy or stealth directed against duly-constituted authorities of the Philippines for the purpose of overthrowing the duly-constituted government of President Arroyo."

The prosecutors echoed Cabos' claim that a number of active and retired military officers and enlisted members of the Armed Forces orchestrated the grand plan and its execution.

Cabos identified the leaders of the uprising as former Sen. Gregorio B. Honasan, Capt. Felix Turingan, Col. Tito Legaspi, Col. Dante Bernate, Col. Melchor A. Acosta, Col. Arsenio C. Santos Jr., Capt. Andy Gauran, Col. Herbert Avinante, Col. Pompeo Limbo and Lt. Col. Demy Tejares.

All 321 soldiers still face administrative charges.

During the mutiny, the renegade soldiers strung explosives around an upscale condominium in the Makati financial district and demanded the resignation of President Arroyo and other top officials.

Having failed to rally public support and convince military units to their side, the rebels surrendered about 20 hours later under threat of annihilation.

Arroyo last November ordered 133 soldiers freed saying they were deceived by their officers into joining the mutiny.

A separate case for violation of the Articles of War filed against the 290 soldiers is pending before the Armed Forces Judge Advocate's General's Office (Jago).

OPINION:
Maliwanag na kasama si Sen. Trillanes sa grupo ng humingi sila ng SORRY sa pangulo.
Kung talagang against siya sa ginawa nina Gambala eh sana di na lang siya sumama.
Hindi naman pweding silang lahat ang magbasa ng kanilang statement of apology.
katawa-tawa naman kung ganun.


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during that time Sen. Trillanes shows disgust on Gambala, Maestrecampo who apologizes to gma...

it is Capt. Gambala and Maestrecampo who apologizes not Sen. Trillanes and that's for a fact!

Quit now boy! be man enough show me the link that will show Trillanes apologizing to GMA i'll give you at least 24 hours to do some research :biglaugh:


Here's the link about the facial expression of Sen Trillanes during that time.

http://www.asianjournal.com/cgi-bin/vie ... ?code=6929

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Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.


bwahahaha :biglaugh:


where's the statement of Sen. Trillanes???
quit now boy! :biglaugh:


Trillanes was in Malacanang when that statement was read. I even saw him saluted snappily the president. Is he disowning the apology statement now? Anong klaseng lalake siya? Babae lang ang nagbabago ng isip. Hahahahaha. Paktol, palusot ka ha?

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nag-sorry na nakakulong pa rin hanggang ngayon? :? bakit kaya? baka singaw sa ilong lang iyong sorry ni sen. elect Trillanes... :biglaugh:


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Ever heard of Psy-war guys? Do you really believe principled and idealistic soldiers would mean it if he says sorry to a known corrupt leader? I would analyze it as a retreat so as to fight another day when the opponent least expect it. That apology is worthless!

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Ever heard of Psy-war guys? Do you really believe principled and idealistic soldiers would mean it if he says sorry to a known corrupt leader? I would analyze it as a retreat so as to fight another day when the opponent least expect it. That apology is worthless!


That's what you call lame rationalization. Translation for the apes (Bentong/Darkcloud etal): Palusot! :lol: :lol: :lol: Aba e bakit ka ba naman pupunta ng Malacanang at magsasaludo sa presidente kung maprinsipyo kang tao. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Saturday, September 25, 2004
Oakwood mutiny leaders says sorry to Gloria
By Jonathan F. Fernandez and Benjamin B. Pulta

* Cases v. rebel soldiers to go on despite apology but they will be reinstated

* DOJ's Gonzalez's wary of leniency for rebel soldiers

LEADERS of the Oakwood Mutiny in July 2003 apologized Friday to President Arroyo for what they have done and the damage to the economy as a result of their failed rebellion.

Army Capt. Gerardo Gambala, one of the leaders of the Oakwood mutineers, read a statement of apology in behalf of the other members of Magdalo Group during a press conference held in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The President was beside Gambala when he read his group's statement.

Aside from Gambala, Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, Navy Capts. Gary Alejano, Nicanor Faeldon and Navy Lts. SG Antonio Trillanes and James Layug were also present.
Arroyo accepted their apology and ordered them reinstated.

Gambala said for the past 14 months they have been detained, they have realized that rebellion was not the answer to the country's problems.

"We have realized that while our country is facing serious problems, there are no short cuts in solving them. On the contrary, the road to peace and progress is a long and difficult journey where every Filipino has the responsibility of sharing the burden.. We have concluded that the only way to achieve this is for our people to be united in moving towards our vision," he said.

Gambalo offered their group's unequivocal commitment to peace and reconciliation with the Arroyo administration as he enjoined others to do the same to finally complete the nation's healing process.

President Arroyo, for her part, said it is time to put hurts behind and to let go of whatever ill feelings that resulted from the Oakwood incident.

"I bear no rancor over the past and it is time to take the high road of national solidarity and nation-building. Yet as Commander-In-Chief, I am duty-bound to exercise a sense of fairness and justice in these matters," she added.

Arroyo said the Magdalo officers would be reinstated and given pardon but in accordance with the law.

Arroyo said the rebellion charges filed against the Oakwood mutineers would still go on. She directed Armed Forces Chief Narciso Abaya to move the military justice system and resolve the cases of the Magdalo members with dispatch.

Gambala also apologized to former defense secretary now Interior Secretary Angelo Reyes, former Armed Forces intelligence chief Victor Corpus and former PNP chief now National Security Adviser Hermogenes Ebdane.

The Magdalo group accused Reyes and other military officials of selling of arms and ammunition to the Abu Sayyaf Group and other enemies of the state as well as micromanagement and patronage in the Department of National Defense (DND). They implicated Reyes in the Davao bombings, which killed several innocent civilians.

Corpus was also implicated in the Davao bombings while Ebdane was linked to the escape of the Indonesian terrorist Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi.

Meanwhile, Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez Sr. said any leniency for the Oakwood mutiny leaders must be given cautiously to prevent sending wrong signals to like-minded members of the military.

Gonzalez however said the apology by the rebel soldiers may have a favorable effect for the soldiers who are facing rebellion and coup d'etat charges before the lower courts.

He pointed out that the government's peace process initiative will largely dictate the administration's next move. "Everything will depend on national security". "If we can talk peace with MILF, why not talk also with the misguided soldiers," he added.

But Gonzalez is wary of any condonation in the prosecution of the soldiers, which may be misinterpreted. "History has shown that adventurous soldiers appear to be incorrigible," Gonzalez said.

But he quickly added, "in the process of bringing together the nation those things could be overlooked".

"One of the thrusts of the President is reconciliation but considering the gravity of what they did and the violations of the Articles of War and other laws, this has to be studied."

Gonzalez said he does not think the President will give instructions that are against the law."

Last November, prosecutors ordered the dismissal of criminal charges against 290 soldiers originally accused of mounting the failed coup attempt.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) however continued with the indictment of 31 officers in connection with the failed rebellion.

The 31 leaders include Capt. Gerardo O. Gambala, Lt. SG Antonio Trillanes IV, Lt SG James A. Layug, Capt. Garry C. Alejano, Capt. Milo Maestrecampo and Capt. Nicanor E. Faeldon.

The cases are pending before the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 61 Judge Romeo Barza, where the original case was filed before the respondents were granted a reinvestigation by the court.

The sworn affidavit by Col. Enrique A, Cabos, chief of the investigation division of the Armed Forces Inspector General's Office, was used by the DOJ as basis for the dismissal of the charges.

Cabos, in his affidavit, said the Oakwood incident "was part of a larger planned and coordinated swift attack accompanied by violence, intimidation, threat, strategy or stealth directed against duly-constituted authorities of the Philippines for the purpose of overthrowing the duly-constituted government of President Arroyo."

The prosecutors echoed Cabos' claim that a number of active and retired military officers and enlisted members of the Armed Forces orchestrated the grand plan and its execution.

Cabos identified the leaders of the uprising as former Sen. Gregorio B. Honasan, Capt. Felix Turingan, Col. Tito Legaspi, Col. Dante Bernate, Col. Melchor A. Acosta, Col. Arsenio C. Santos Jr., Capt. Andy Gauran, Col. Herbert Avinante, Col. Pompeo Limbo and Lt. Col. Demy Tejares.

All 321 soldiers still face administrative charges.

During the mutiny, the renegade soldiers strung explosives around an upscale condominium in the Makati financial district and demanded the resignation of President Arroyo and other top officials.

Having failed to rally public support and convince military units to their side, the rebels surrendered about 20 hours later under threat of annihilation.

Arroyo last November ordered 133 soldiers freed saying they were deceived by their officers into joining the mutiny.

A separate case for violation of the Articles of War filed against the 290 soldiers is pending before the Armed Forces Judge Advocate's General's Office (Jago).

OPINION:
Maliwanag na kasama si Sen. Trillanes sa grupo ng humingi sila ng SORRY sa pangulo.
Kung talagang against siya sa ginawa nina Gambala eh sana di na lang siya sumama.
Hindi naman pweding silang lahat ang magbasa ng kanilang statement of apology.
katawa-tawa naman kung ganun.


actually hindi sya humingi ng sorry at hindi sila kasama ni Faeldon after that time di nila (Trillanes at Faeldon) and Plea bargaining, at nadismaya si Trillanes sa ginawa nila Gambala at Maestrecampo...ilang beses pa syang na-interview at nagapadala pa ng letter thru an emissary na hindi sya humihingi ng sorry sa pangulo at pinaninindigan ang ginawa nya :D

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 Post subject: Re: The Trillanes myth
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for the benefit of all the posters here...please read this :D



Transcript, part 1: Isang Tanong, April 29, 2007 episode

05/03/2007 | 09:24 PM

Ang una pong sasagot sa isang tanong mula sa Fort Bonifacio, si Lieutenant Senior Grade Antonio Trillanes the fourth. Pero bago po yan, aanyayahan ko po muna si Madam Nikki Coseteng at Senador Angara na tumayo at pumasok dito sa ating soundproof na cubicle.

VTR interview: TRILLANES: Ang hindi po alam sa akin ng maraming tao ay hindi po ako palaging seryoso, may lighter side din po ako. Mahilig po akong magluto, ang specialty ko eh caldereta, mechado, adobo.

MIKE: Sa puntong ito, ang mangunguna po sa pagtatanong walang iba kundi ang ating Kapuso na si Jessica Soho. Jessica.

JESSICA: Lieutenant Senior Grade Trillanes, Isang Tanong: Kung kayo po ay mananalo, ano ang babaguhin nyo sa kasalukuyan nating senado?

TRILLANES: Ang babaguhin ko po sa senado kung sakali po na ako ay papalarin ay itong paggawa po ng batas na sistema nila na hindi po nadadaan sa policy research dahil galing po na bilang isang policy analyst by education, ang ginagawa po sa bawat problema ay dapat po na idinadaan sa policy research para po makikita natin ang pinakamagandang solusyon sa bawat problema. That way hindi po, hindi po tayo magkakaron ng mga batas na nailalagay po sa alanganin ang taong bayan.

JESSICA SOHO: Isang Tanong naman po mula kay Arnold Clavio.

ARNOLD: Captain Trillanes, si Senator Gringo Honasan ay nagsorry sa kaniyang pangunguna sa kudeta noong Aquino administration. Ikaw ba’y sa naganap na papel mo no sa Oakwood mutiny sa naging paglabag mo sa batas noon, ikaw ba’y magso-sorry?

TRILLANES: Hindi po

ARNOLD: Bakit po?

TRILLANES: Dahil ah yun pong ginawa po namin nung Oakwood ay isang obligasyon at katungkulan bilang sundalo, bilang Kristyano at bilang Pilipino. Wala pong dapat pagsisihan don at dapat po matuto po tayo lahat dun sa nangyari po na yon. At ah ilang taon po ang naganap, ang lumipas. At makikita po naman natin na wala pa rin hong pagbabago


JESSICA: Maraming salamat kay Lieutenant Senior Grade Antonio Trillanes mula sa Fort Bonifacio, at ganon din sa ating kaibigan na si Arnold Clavio. Ngayon po naman ang tatawagin natin ay ang ating senatorial candidate, Nikki Coseteng

http://www.gmanews.tv/story/40893/Trans ... 07-episode

in front of the television while millions of filipinos watching...Trillanes directly said that he will NEVER apologize to the President...tsk tsk tsk

oh, edi maliwanag na wardag, now if you still have a balls na magpakita dito eh mahiya ka naman! Quit na! :biglaugh:

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