By this time siguro yong naghahanap ng balita tungkol sa hostage taking tragedy noong Aug. 23 ay alam na ang order ni President Noynoy Aquino. hindi kasama si Versoza at Rico Puno sa kakasuhan.
Baka raw kasi hindi makarating sa hosting sa Pilipinas Win na Win. Ehek. Mali pala. si Rico J. - namamasyal- pa- sa- Luneta ng walang-pera.-Puno pala yon. So is the laughter, we will remember. Napakanta tuloy ako. Nasaan ba si Sisa para mapasayaw.
Ito pala ang balita.
(UPDATED 7:30 p.m.) President Benigno Simeon Aquino III ordered the filing of charges against seven people for their alleged mishandling of the August 23 hostage tragedy but he did not hold the media and his longtime friend Interior Undersecretary Rico Puno liable for the incident.
At a press briefing in Malacañang on Monday, Aquino revealed that the administration has chosen not to follow the recommendation of the Incident Investigation and Review Committee (IIRC) to sanction Puno, recently retired Philippine National Police Chief Director General Jesus Verzosa, and Manila City Vice-Mayor Isko Moreno.
No charges will be filed against any broadcast station or against broadcasters Erwin Tulfo and Michael Rogas. However, Aquino warned that the Palace would ask Congress to pass appropriate laws if journalists repeat the mistakes they committed during the crisis.