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P-Noy’s courting anarchy with his pig-headedness

12:02 AM February 24, 2015

Teddy Casiño’s article (“After P-Noy, who? What?” Opinion, 2/17/15) offers the only solution to the problem of leadership dishonesty.

There is a clear attempt to keep the Mamasapano incident in the dark. President Aquino is in a position and has the chance to clear up the air. He obviously cannot evade responsibility, otherwise people will come out with what they know about the lies behind the deception.

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It’s been several weeks now since the Mamasapano incident. To continue holding back the truth raises public suspicions. If P-Noy continues to hide the truth from the public, all hell could break loose and the Army would have no recourse but to come in—not to hold back the crowd but to require P-Noy to tell the truth. If the “denial” continues, I am willing to tell what I know about the dishonesty which started in 2012.

—ERNESTO KELLY MAGTOTO,

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