Thursday, January 29, 2015

Pictures of the Dead PNP-SAF commandos displayed at Villamor,

Dead PNP-SAF commandos, SAF, PNP, Mamasapano

A tarpaulin with the pictures of the 44 PNP-SAF commandos killed in the January 25, 2015 Mamasapano clash with members of the MILF and BIFF. The Philippine National Police accorded arrival honors to the slain officers on Thursday. However, President Benigno Aquino III was not present at the ceremonies since he seems to have much more important things to do than honor the dead heroes who offered their lives for us to be free.

Kabataan party-list Representative Terry Ridon, said “Aquino's absence in the arrival honor ceremony for the fallen SAF men speaks volumes of the president's lack of basic respect for his servicemen. It is truly despicable, especially for the commander-in-chief.”

And based on a Manila Standard report, "Aquino is responsible for massacre in Maguindanao"


"The fatal covert operation that killed 44 members of the elite Special Action Force and wounded 12 others had been assigned by President Benigno Aquino to suspended National Police Chief Alan Purisima, apparently without the knowledge of Interior Secretary Manuel ‘Mar’ Roxas III.

A police general, who was part of the planning and actual operation and is privy to the ongoing investigation told the Manila Standard on Tuesday that Aquino may have considered Purisima as still the “de facto PNP chief” in assigning to him the sensitive mission.

“It was a tragedy in the making,” according to the police general.

“The President was aware of the Marwan covert operations. Purisima reported directly to him. In fact, the President went to Zamboanga prior to the troop’s jump off to Mamasapano in Maguindanao so that he would be in the vicinity when Malaysian terrorist Zulkipli bin Hir alias Marwan and Filipino Basit Usman, both bomb experts linked to the Jemaah Islamiya terror cell, are captured,” said the general, who requested anonymity.
Dead PNP-SAF commandos, SAF, PNP, Mamasapano

What is so disappointing is that MalacaƱang has the gall to gave a pretty pathetic excuse that majority of the Filipino people did not criticize the useless president Aquino's absence at Villamor.

“Sa amin pong monitoring hindi naman yan majority view (Based on our monitoring, that is not the majority view),” Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. told Palace reporters.

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