Another fake medical report was distributed from Villar's camp will again help Noynoy increase in surveys

>> Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The new bogus mental health report is obviously another desperate move from Villar's camp because:
- it was unverified, baseless, invented, unsupported, and was distributed from Villar's camp;
- it has no return address and sender unknown;
- it was announced from Villar's camp by a Villar's volunteer;
- the person being described in the report is so un-Aquino.
- the signature on the report by Fr. Bulatao had no contact with Noynoy nor have seen and treated Noynoy in the past.

Gido Delgado (the one who distributed the report) is obviously lying; and since there is no source, no address, and no way to find out who the report came from, could it be that it is Delgado who concocted this report? I say keep analyzing.

But anyway, thanks to Delgado in a way for helping Noynoy because, like in the past, fake reports drew more people to Noynoy, thus raising his surveys even more.

A new version of a report on Senator Benigno Aquino III's mental health, released on Tuesday by a supporter of Nacionalista Party (NP) presidential bet Sen. Manny Villar, is also fake.

Jesuit priest Jaime Bulatao, who supposedly signed the report, denied writing or signing such a report.

The second fake report on Aquino's mental health was distributed at a press conference by former National Power Corp. President Guido Delgado.

"It has come to my attention that an unverified 'psychiatric evaluation' allegedly signed by me in 1979 about the mental condition of Senator Benigno C. Aquino III is currently circulating in the news. I categorically deny having written and signed that report," Bulatao said in the statement he signed at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

Bulatao founded the Ateneo de Manila University's Department of Psychology and the Central Guidance Bureau of Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU) in 1961. He was also the president of the Psychological Association of the Philippines from 1979 to 1981.

Delgado, a supporter of Nacionalista Party (NP) bet Senator Manuel Villar Jr., distributed copies of the report on Tuesday morning but he stressed that he did not verify it.

“It is the media’s role to confirm its veracity,” he said in a press conference.

Delgado said his co-volunteer in the Villar camp received the Bulatao-signed second report in a packet last weekend. It had no return address.


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