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‘Fake News’ Binawi ng Philippine Daily Inquirer; Ping Nagpasalamat

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Napatawad ko na kayo, maraming salamat sa pagtutuwid.

Ito ang tugon ni Senador Panfilo Lacson sa paghingi ng paumanhin ng pahayagang Philippine Daily Inquirer sa pagsusulat ng maling balita tungkol sa kanya halos 20 taon na ang nakakalipas.

“Time heals, forgives. Thank you, Philippine Daily Inquirer for your humility and courage to admit I am not the person you said I was. Getting back my honor and dignity matters a lot to me. It is with equal humility that I accept your apology,” banggit ni Lacson sa kanyang Twitter account.

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After Nearly 20 Years: Inquirer Apologizes for ‘Fake News’; Lacson Responds

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Finally, the truth.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer on Monday published an apology to Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson for several articles in 2001 that accused him of alleged misdeeds.

Lacson accepted the apology, thanking the Inquirer for its “humility and courage,” adding that getting back his honor and dignity means much to him.

“Time heals, forgives. Thank you, Philippine Daily Inquirer for your humility and courage to admit I am not the person you said I was. Getting back my honor and dignity matters a lot to me. It is with equal humility that I accept your apology,” Lacson said in a tweet.

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Ex-ISAFP Chief Victor Corpus Apologizes to Sen. Lacson
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โœ‰ Letter to the Editor: Lacsonโ€™s office on Haliliโ€™s killing [Inquirer]

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To the Inquirer: This is in connection with the columnย of Ramon Tulfo on July 7, where he claimed Sen. Panfilo Lacson โ€œwas implying that President Digong could have been responsible for [Tanauan City Mayor Antonio] Haliliโ€™s assassination because the Chief Executive said the mayor was involved in drugs and that he probably had it coming.โ€ย  Continue reading “โœ‰ Letter to the Editor: Lacsonโ€™s office on Haliliโ€™s killing [Inquirer]”