A lawyer lectured the wife of the Captain of the ship that rammed by a Chinese Vessel last week after the latter assumed that the current administration already abandoned them.
On Tuesday, Lanie Insigne, wife of Captain Junel Insigne of F/B Gem-Ver said that they’re also a supporter of the President. However, the current actions of the government on the issue of the West Philippine Sea disappointed them.
“Siya ang binoto naming president. Hangang-hanga kami sa kanya kasi matapang siya, tapos parang binabalewala niya lang kami.” Insigne told CNN Philippines.
As a respond, Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles told Mrs. Insigne that they should not assume that the government already left them because the President even made some efforts to reach out to her husband, but they chose to decline it.
Angeles said that it’s the decision of the Insigne family not to communicate with the government so they should not blame the current administration if they felt that they left out.
“Binalewala? Teka, Madame. Hindi fair yan. Una, inimbitahan ang mister ninyo na makipagusap sa pangulo. Pwedeng pwede siyang daingan. Pwedeng ibigay ni mister ang storya niya, ang side nya, yung naranasan niya.” Trixie Cruz-Angeles said on her social media post.
“Hindi ninyo pinapunta yung asawa ninyo, madame. That is on you. Huwag mag expect ng himala. Kayo po ang tumanggi ng pagkakataong marinig ang buong storya ng asawa ninyo.” she added.
Angeles also insisted that the government is not yet done on doing their best to solve the recent issue, pointing out to Insigne that she must listen accurately to the President’s statements about the upcoming investigation on the hit and run incident.
“Wala pang tapos, Madame. Maliban lang sa pagsasara ng isip ninyo.’ Angeles said.