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Bongbong Marcos Agrees With Binay That BS Aquino Has Liability For Mamasapano

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By: Danilo Flores II

Former Vice Pres. Jejomar Binay questions the Ombudsman in their decision on why former pres. Benigno S. Aquino III is spared from the liability for the death of the SAF44. The Mamasapano massacre happens 2 years ago. Former Senator Bongbong Marcos agrees with former VP Binay’s opinions.






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[VIDEO]: Senator Ferdinand “Bong-bong” Marcos Jr. said that President Benigno Aquino III is “key” in seeking the truth on the Mamasapano tragedy and that he must reveal what he knew about “Operation Exodus” and his role in the operation. Video by Aries Joseph Hegina/ INQUIRER.net



Anniversary Of Oplan Exodus

Filipinos are shocked by the “Mamasapano Massacre.” The clash between the armed rebel group and the soldiers results in the death of forty-four (44) elite police officers of the Special Action Force (SAF). It happens last January 25, 2015 at barangay Tukanalipao, Mamasapano, Maguindanao. No leader takes the liability for the orders that results to the unnecessary deaths. It also has a reward money in US dollars.




Who is Liable For The Mamasapano Clash?

The present administration is now raising a question. They are asking why the former pres. Benigno “PNoy” S. Aquino III  did not make any coordination with the AFP to handle the arrest of the said terrorist.

Marwan is reported to be protected by the Moro rebels in Mindanao. Accordingly, Pres. Aquino mentioned in his statement that the Special Action Force (SAF) can handle operation anywhere in the country.

Violation Of Police Chain Of Command

House of Representatives minority bloc recently conducted an investigation to determine who is liable for the anti-terrorist raid at Mamasapano that resulted to the death of the SAF 44. They found out that Benigno S. Aquino III is liable for the anti-terror operation that lead to the death of the police officers.

The reasons being laid down by the HoR is that first, he gave the stand down order to the artillery in the height of the encounter. Next is that he did not order the military to back up the SAF 44 who is pinned down at the river banks then reinforcement was too late.


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The minority bloc made their findings based on the Philippine National Police(PNP) board of inquiry. It is also made in consonance to the senate report finding Benigno S. Aquino III is ultimately responsible for violating the police chain of command.




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