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Trillanes changes mind - won't go home due to men on motorcycles outside

Trillanes changes mind, abandons plan to leave Senate
Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV has decided to no longer push through with his plan to leave the Senate building — where he has been holed up since last week after President Rodrigo Duterte "nullified" his amnesty — after motorcycle-riding men tried tailing his car.

At a press conference outside his office, Trillanes said he would not go home yet after learning that men aboard motorcycles followed his vehicle as it went out of the Senate building for two consecutive days.

"Last night and kanina nung lumabas ang aking sasakyan para may kunin at magpa-gas ay sinundan ng naka-motor na tao," the senator told reporters.

He said they could not yet tell if the unidentified men were members of the military or police since they were in plain clothes.

Meaning, pure speculation. An unfounded paranoia. Naku Trillanes, malala na yan!

Trillanes said they were able to take a picture of the men.

He further said that the number of police personnel outside the Senate premises increased after he announced his intention to go home earlier in the day.

The senator, also at a press conference, had earlier said he would attempt to "quietly" leave the Senate building within the day.

"Susubukan ko mamayang lumabas. We will do it quietly para we'll see," Trillanes told reporters. — MDM, GMA News

Trillanes changes mind - won't go home due to men on motorcycles outside Trillanes changes mind - won't go home due to men on motorcycles outside Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 4:45:00 PM Rating: 5

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