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Post by Guest on Wed Aug 17, 2011 9:36 am

The question begs to be asked: Why would businessman Archibald Po say that former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s husband owned the used helicopters that were purchased as brand-new by the Philippine National Police if it were not true? Why would he make that claim, and thereby lay himself open to a certain peril that moved him to seek protection from the lawmakers, if Jose Miguel “Mike” Arroyo were in no way connected to the scam? On TV, testifying at the inquiry of the Senate blue ribbon committee into another apparent theft of public money, the president of Lionair Inc. did not come across as some crackpot spoiling for trouble. Street-smart, yes. But loony? Hardly.

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