Generals

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COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

Following the failed Manila Hostage rescue incident, we see with great disappointment and frustration at  how everyone who was involved in the incident are now washing their hands of responsibility. Our generals, politicians, and officials are all in a STATE OF DENIAL as to who should take the blame.

Who really is to blame for this fiasco?

We recall in early 1994 a similar failed rescue incident. Kidnappers had just snatched their victim and were reported to be travelling North from Batangas City. A blocking operation was set-up by the PNP detachment in Lipa City. However instead of freeing the kidnap victims, the PNP detachment officers fired a fusillade of automatic gunfire at the kidnappers' vehicle killing all the kidnappers, the hostages, and a few other travelers.

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