R. Tiglao Expose: Maria Ressa Was Never a War Correspondent


Veteran journalist and former international diplomat, Rigoberto "Bobi" Tiglao made an interesting expose about the life of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa who claimed earlier that reporting in the Philippines is like reporting in a war zone.


According to the latest expose of Rigoberto Tiglao, the controversial CEO of Rappler, Maria Ressa was never a war correspondent and she just watched CNN's video tapes.



Ressa's interview with the international media or the famous American TV network CBS were indeed full of lies. For somebody who pontificates in detail how to act in a war zone, Ressa was never a war correspondent according to Tiglao.

The credibility of the Rappler CEO being a war correspondent was also bolstered by "60 Minutes" anchor Bill Whitaker, who exaggerated Ressa's background as a "war correspondent."

The veteran journalist and political analyst Bobi Tiglao revealed that the controversial Rappler CEO who previously worked as CNN foreign correspondent, the only countries she covered was the Philippines from 1988 to 1995 and then Indonesia from 1995 to 2005, but hardl in a war zones.

Tiglao also revealed that Ressa was allegedly recruited because she had a Filipino mother and an Indonesian parent, she was recruited in a perod when most media men thought CNN didn't have chance against media giants ABC, CBS, NBC and CBN. After all, CNN paid pittance salaries that few journalists dreaming to became a "foreign correspondent" thought of joining.



The alleged secrets of Ressa was also revealed, the closest things she went into a war zone when she was at Sulu Hotel to cover the Abu Sayyaf or inside a Bali resort to report post-mortem the 2002 Bali, Indonesia bombing by the Islamist terrorist Jemaah Islamiyah.

Bobi Tiglao also revealed that the closest Ressa had in meeting bin Laden and being in a war zone ws in 2002 in a cubicle in CNN's office in Atlanta. There, she watched for days - till the wee hours of the morning, she says - CNN's news tapes on terrorism in the Middle East, including 251 tapes that the al-Qaeda leader had collected.

To know more about the secrets of Maria Ressa and the expose made by Rigoberto Tiglao just head on to the official website of The Manila Times.

Source: The Manila Times


R. Tiglao Expose: Maria Ressa Was Never a War Correspondent R. Tiglao Expose: Maria Ressa Was Never a War Correspondent Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 11/14/2019 Rating: 5

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