Patutsada ng beteranong mamamahayag na si Philip Lustre, parusa daw ng Diyos ang lindol na sinapit ng mga kababayan natin. Magugunita na tinamaan kamakailan lang ng 6.3 na lindol ang Davao Del Sur.
Si Lustre ay kilalang kritiko ni Panglong Rodrigo Roa Duterte. Magugunita na naglabas ito ng istorya na kung saan pinlalabas na may malubhang sakit si Pangulong Duterte.
Ang mga pinagsusulat ni Lustre ay sinupalpal na noon ni Pangulong Duterte. Inakusahan din ni Duterte si Lustre na public relation (PR) man ni former Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Sec. Mar Roxas.
“My throat is okay including my tongue… Nothing wrong with the throat, and with the tongue and everything,” resbak ni Pangulong Duterte.
Hindi naman nagustuhan ng retiradong mamamahayag na si Jay Sonza ang patutsada ni Lustre.
“Mr. Philip Lustre, Jr. Sir, I respect your freedom of speech so much so that I prepared my aluminum baseball bat to welcome you to our earthquake stricken town. Feel free to come anytime. I will even reimburse your expenses. I will prepare a special accommodation just for you sir,” buwelta ni Sonza.
Si Lustre ay nasangkot dati sa isang kaso ng panununog, ayon sa ulat ng media organization na Philstar.
“A heated argument overheard by neighbors, an apartment door locked from the outside, and a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder left in the living room.
A combination of these factors prompted arson investigators to launch a manhunt yesterday for Philip Lustre, journalist turned media consultant of the Department of the Interior and Local Government, after a fire that engulfed an apartment he was renting in Quezon City left six people dead.
Killed were Violeta Robles, 26, with whom Lustre has a five-year-old daughter; his first cousin Veronica Roxas, 33, and her children, 15-year-old twins Mira and Mara, 11-year-old Junjun and six-year-old AC.
Lustre told The STAR yesterday he was looking for a lawyer and would surrender today. “I’m really innocent. I cannot imagine doing that,” he said. “I’m really devastated right now.”
He conceded, however, that circumstantial evidence and neighbors’ testimonies could implicate him in the deaths.”