Jay Sonza Reveals Inconsistencies of the Fishermen's Stories on Recto Bank Incident

Veteran journalist and politica analyst Jay Sonza revealed some of the most interesting inconsistencies in the stories presented by the media involving the controversial Recto Bank Incident.


Filipino fishermen were involved in an accident wherein they were allegedly rammed by Chinese vessels and left the area without helping the victims which was later on rescued by some Vietnamese vessels.



Some of the inconsistencies involved the statement that the incident happened during the dark hours of the night and they were not sure if indeed the vessels that rammed them were Chinese. The fishermen also told the reporters that they swim at least 5 miles or 8 kilometers from the area of the incident.

Read the Complete Statement of Jay Sonza:

habang pinakikinggan ko iyong mga mangingisda at kapitan ng bagkang pamgisda, lalong gumugulo ang kuwento sa recto bank reef sea accident.

1. sabi madilim at wala silang nakitang palatandaan na barkong tsino ang bumangga.
2. nilangoy daw nila ang Vietnamese fishing vessel sa layong 5 miles o 8 kilometro. wow! lintek sa galing at tibay sa languyan.
3. nakihiram lang daw sila ng radyo sa mga Vietnamese para makontak ang Navy ng Pilipinas.



4. ang tanging pamantayan daw nila na tsino ang barkong bumangga ay ang istilo ng pamalakaya.
 paano nila nasabi samantalang sila mismo ang nagsabi na ubod ng dilim at walang silang naaninag man lang. teka muna, wala man lang mamatay o malubhang nasugatan sa kanila.
5. sabi hindi daanan ng mga Vietnamese boat ang lugar at nagkataon lang na nandoon Sila ng mga sandaling yaon. what a coincidence.
6. paano nakontak via radio ng Vietnamese boat ang Phil. Navy? there is more than meets the eye on this piece of story. bakit may nakasama kaagad na media ang sumaklolong navy boat.
7. I don't want to suspect that this incident is a well planned CIA back scenario. Gary and Stella are former member of the navy. just saying.

Source: Jay Sonza FB Page

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