By Raïssa Robles
Senate President Vicente Sotto III changed two crucial details of his story questioning the credibility of whistle blower “Bikoy” in the two press conferences he staged just two days apart.
Because of Sotto’s revelations, Senator Panfilo Lacson canceled the appearance of Peter Joemel Advincula alias “Bikoy” at the Senate.
As a senator and Senate President, the public accords Sotto’s statements with the presumption of regularity—that what he says is what is true.
But what if he changes certain crucial details of his story in two press conferences made two days apart?[READ MORE...]