Trillanes, Lacson urged public no blame game on airstrike flaw

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The recent military airstrike in Marawi City resulted to the death of 11 soldiers, but Senators Antonio Trillanes IV and Panfilo Lacson emphasized that the focus should not be on whose fault the airstrike flaw was.

As to why the incident happened in the first place, I defer to the investigation of the AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines) and hope that with it is an assurance that future mishaps like this would never happen again,” Trillanes said.

Despite a death by friendly fire, Trillanes pointed out that the 11 soldiers are still considered heroes although it was a “tragic and unfortunate” event that the government had slayed its own troops.

However, Trillanes urged the public to let the AFP conduct its probe before issuing comments and blames.

Lacson concurred Trillanes’ sentiments and emphasized that the tragedy calls for prayers and honor, not finding “fault on anyone.”

This is the time to pray and honor all the heroes who lost their lives, no matter what caused their deaths,” he said.


Source: Politiko


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