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Why does Imelda, Bongbong Marcos and Aguirre’s Encounter at Mamasapano Movie Creates a Stir?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Many Marcos loyalists are wondering why Bongbong Marcos is very quiet nowadays. Instead of stressing about the long wait for the electoral protest to have its preliminary conference to be set in motion, why not follow Marcos? Go out and watch a movie! This is when a social activist spotted Bongbong and mother, Imelda with no other that DOJ Secretary, Vitaliano Aguirre.






Youtube video by; Rappler
[VIDEO]: Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says former president Noynoy Aquino still has a lot of explaining to do over his alleged liability in the Mamasapano clash in January 2015 that killed 67 people.



Spotted at Greenbelt

Gang Badoy of Rock Ed Philippines posted on his Facebook account that the DOJ secretary with Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos, her son 2016 vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos and son-in-law businessman Gregorio “Greggy” Araneta is spotted having a meeting at a restaurant in Greenbelt, Makati recently. Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II asked back; What’s wrong with it?




Mamasapano Documentary Movie

Aguirre said that last Feb 21, he was invited by the Producer to watch the advance showing of the Mamasapano documentary movie: “Fallen not forgotten: The Untold Story of the Gallant SAF 44.” He finds it good and elegantly produced. It shows the gallantry and heroism of our premier police force, Aguirre said. He is not aware that “Greggy” is also there.




Chance Meeting with the Marcoses

Bongbong Marcos who attended the showing with his mother was also invited together with approximately 100 other viewers. The former senator is a principal player during the Senate hearing on the Mamasapano incident. Aguirre is also the counsel for General Getulio Napeñas, former SAF head.






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The relevance of the Stir

Now as DOJ chief, Aguirre has control over the prosecutors who pursue the criminal charges against members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters and private armed groups who engaged the police commandos in the unfortunate operation. Aguirre strongly stresses ex-President Aquino’s liability over the incident. It is also not a secret that Aquino swears to block Bongbong Marcos from the executive office. What the activist is implicating is the possible connivance between the Marcoses and Aguirre.Too bad, the DOJ Secretary is not with the SC.




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