NOYNOY SAYS JORDANIAN ATYANI TO UNDERGO AFP INTERROGATION, WHEN FOUND
Jodanian journalist Baker Atyani, believed to have been kidnapped, but merely “missing” to Malacañang and President Aquino, may yet end up being interrogated by the military and face probable charges as well as a stay in jail if he gets past his Abu Sayaff captors.
Malacañang aides not only doubt the abduction angle on his disappearance, but also appear bent on subjecting the Al-Arabiya bureau chief stationed in Dubai to the type of military and police interrogation usually done on suspects.
Aside from undergoing what Malacañang described as “some form of questioning,” Atyani may also find himself in jail should he be found to have violated existing laws in what the government claims to be frequent meetings that he has had with the outlawed group notoriously popular for some of the terror attacks in the country..... MORE
Source: The Daily Tribune