Broadcast journalist says Rappler story re sinking of the PH fishing vessel based on a lie? Read why!

“You lie in one, you lie in all.”

This is the emphatic message of broadcast journalist Benjie Dorango to his journalist colleagues in Rappler via Facebook.

Dorango made the conclusion Rappler lied after carefully scrutinizing the photo used by the news website in their article while reporting the “sinking” of a Filipino fishing vessel versus the actual photo of the fishing vessel used by its 22 crewmen and found out that Rappler was using a fake photo for two reasons.

First, the photo used by Rappler taken hours after the Chinese “assault” appears structurally different from the the second or actual photo of F/B GEM-VER 1.

Photo 1

Second, the boat sunk because it was a total wreck.

Dorango demanded an explanation from Rappler in light of his discovery because as far as the broadcast journalist is concerned, this is the only boat that sinks and surfaces. It sunk but they managed to re-float it. And miracles of miracles, the boat managed to sail and return to port.

Actual photo

Dorango said the story seemed ok and easy to believe in it.

Infuriating to put it one word to describe how he feels of what happened to the Filipino fishing vessel and its crew. Says the plight of the Filipino fishermen reawakens one’s warrior blood especially after looking at what happened to our fishermen crew.

However, if Rappler rammed down our throats with lies and make-believe story and scenario, says sorry because there are too many people who refuses to be fooled by such stunts these days.

Dorango ended the FB post by leaving an emphatic message to Rappler:

You lie in one, you lie in all.
Ang simpleng pagsisinungaling sa litrato para lang painitin ang tumbong ng mga Pilipino, ay pagsisinungaling sa buong kwento.

You may read Benjie Dorango’s full FB post below.

Photo 1:
Yan po ang photo na na “obtain” ng cRappler at sinasabing kuha few hours after the “assualt” kuno ng Chinese vessel. Nakalubog di ba? Kasi “wasak” daw eh..

Photo 2:
Yan naman ang actual photo na ng bangka na gamit ng 22 tripulante. Una, magkaibang-magkaiba ang pagkakayare ng bangka. Any explanation to this? Pangalawa, ito lang ang bangkang lulubog-lilitaw. Lubog na, naiahon pa. At nakapaglayag pa pabalik ng pampang.

Okay na sana ang kwento.
Sarap sanang paniwalaan.
Nakakagalit.
Mabubuhay ang dugong-mandirigma mo lalo na kapag nakita mo ang lagay ng mga tripulante.

Pero kung susubuan n’yo lang kami ng kasinungalingan at gawa-gawang kwento at senaryo, sorry pero marami na ang hindi nagpapabilog ngayon.

You lie in one, you lie in all.
Ang simpleng pagsisinungaling sa litrato para lang painitin ang tumbong ng mga Pilipino, ay pagsisinungaling sa buong kwento.

Mukha nyo!

Netizen PrinceJojie Santos, a fisherman says if indeed a fishing vessel was rammed by another fishing vessel, the damage could have been more extensive.

mangingisda po ako … onece na mahagip ng vessel ang bangka may hindi lang ganyan ang damage nyan … buong buo ang katig … kung babanggain man sila at kasing laki ng bangka nila ang mkaka banggaan nila siguradong pati katig wasak malawak ang diameter ng bangka hindi pwedeng puwit lang ang mahahagip

Marita de Biga found it prepsoterous that the boat sunk but the engine was still working.

Ang galing, lumubog pero hindi nasira ang makina. Bwhahahahhaa. Kung totoong lumubog yan, kailangan ipageneral overahaul ang makina, poe tang yna naman, lumubog pero umandar pa. Grabeng kalokohan.

Ricardo de Guzman said he is a seafarer and found the story of the crew unbelievable.

Seaman ako at hindi kapa paniwala mga tinuran ng mga mangingisda natin,smell malansa

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