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Gringo to Ping: Come out and face charges in court By Angie Rosales 07/08/2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Gringo to Ping: Come out and face charges in court

By Angie Rosales
Face the music.
This was the unsolicited advice given yesterday to Sen. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson by one of his colleagues and mistah, Sen. Gregorio Honasan.

“Submit yourself and place yourself under custody of the law. That was my advice then and now to my mistah, if he will allow me to,” Honasan, who was once accused of rebellion charges and also went into hiding during the Arroyo administration, and only surfaced after he was caught, said in a phone patch interview with reporters.

“I speak from my own personal experience. I went through the process before. That’s the only way to clear this up,” he added.

The senator, who also led a series of coup attempts against former President Corazon Aquino, mother of incumbent President Aquino, echoed the call made by Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to Lacson to come out and answer the charges filed against him in relation to the Dacer-Corbito double murder case.

Honasan, former classmate of Lacson at the Philippine Military Academy (PMA), said it will be a positive development if his colleague will decide to submit himself to due process and clear his name since the Aquino administration had already assured him of fair trial.

“Let’s not put partisan political color into the issue, if possible, just because he supportive during the campaign, before he became inaccessible to (then) senator (now President) Noynoy (Aquino)..... MORE

SourceThe Daily Tribune

URL: http://www.tribuneonline.org/headlines/20100708hed5.html

1 comment

Jesusa Bernardo said...

Who did Dacer & Corbito: Sen. Lacson, ex-President Estrada, or ex-President Ramos?


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