Read why Aguirre advice Trillanes to try showbiz, scripwriting

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre said he had a good laugh after he learned about Senator Antonio Trillanes' remarks that a cabinet official is setting the stage to absolve businessman Kenneth Dong in the smuggling issue P6.4 billion worth of illegal drugs from China.


Aguirre emphasized Trillanes is a proving how good scriptwriter he is.

"Senator Trillanes should try his hand in show business. He is proving to be a good scriptwriter," said Aguirre.

The DOJ chief described the pronouncement of Trillanes on his view about Dong's case in relation to the shabu shipment scandal was too premature and that it is laughable.

"Amusing, I had a good laugh when I read it. We could all use the comic relief provided," Aguirre added.

He further said that Trillanes is already writing an ending to the story which is about to start.

"Senator Trillanes is already writing the ending of a story that has yet to start. While it is true that I said that there is a possibility for Mr. Dong to be a state witness, I also said that it will all depend on the determination of Mr. Dong not appearing  to be the most guilty. Such a fact has yet to be established."

The said businessman is one if the nine individuals charged by the NBI with the importation of dangerous drugd in connection with the 602.3 kilograms of shabu seen in a warehouse in Valenzuela City last May 26.

"Since Senator Trillanes is into stroy writing nowadays, perhaps he should also tell all concerned and responsible media practitioners where he is hiding the self confessed media killer, Arturo Lascñas, the man who admitted killing media man and radio anchor Juan Pala. Now that is a story worth telling" said Aguirre.

Source: GMA Network