Jay Sonza Doubts Sincerity of Pinoy Fishermen for Inconsistent Testimonies

Veteran journalist and political analyst Jay Sonza raised some doubts on the sincerity of the fishermen who were reportedly victims of Chinese fishing boat ramming due to the inconsistencies of their testimonies.


According to Jay Sonza for the past few days, inconsistencies arised in the testimonies of the boat captain, cook, and the fishermen. The captain of the boat Junel Insigne claimed that the boat involved was very well lighted but it was contrary to the statement of the cook who revealed it was too dark during the incident and only one light was operating.



The statement of the Vietnamese who rescued the Filipinos was also contrary to what the Filipino fishermen told the mainstream media. The fishermen did not swim for 5 miles or 8 kilometers and there's no presence of the Philippine Navy yet but another Filipino vessel helped the Vietnamese in rescuing the fishermen.

Read the Complete Statement of Jay Sonza:

araw-araw nagbabago and mga magkakasalungat na pahayag ni kapitan, kusinero at mangingisda.
sabi kahapon ni captain Junel very well lighted ang f/b gem ver1. sabi naman ng bukod tanging gising na kusinero madilim dahil isa lang ang nakasinding ilaw.

ngayon may nagsalita na mula Saigon, Vietnam hinggil sa paghingi ng tulong. iba naman ang kuwento nila sa naunang malapelikulang kuwento ni kapitan na lumangoy ng 5 miles o 8 kilometers matapos makita ang paparating na barko.



* nakaparada o angkla ang Viet boat dahil patulog na sila.
* hindi lumangoy. nagbangka ang humingi ng saklolo.
* humiram ng radio para tawagan ang isa pang fishing boat para sila saklolohan.
* another filipino fishing boat ang kumaon sa 22 fishermen mula sa place of maritime incident.
* no mention of Philippine Navy boat in the rescue.

ayoko ko na. baka bukas iba na namang magkasalungat na version ang lumabas sa kanilang mga bibig.

mag-usap usap nga kayo muna. awat na po.

Source: Jay Sonza Facebook

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