TV5 ready to lend MMDA uncut video showing assault on traffic enforcer

MANILA, Philippiens - The TV5 management will help Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic enforcer Saturnino Fabros by providing him a copy of the uncut video showing how he was assaulted by a Philip Morris International (PMI) executive in Capitol Hills, Quezon City last Saturday.

TV5 said the uncut video, shown on its public service program T3 would help the MMDA bolster its case against PMI's Robert Blair Carabuena. Earlier in the day, MMDA said it would file direct assault charges against Carabuena.

"Kahapon nga po nasabi namin at maging po ang TV5 management (that) we’re willing to help out po. We’re willing to lend our video, 'yong uncut po sa korte," T3's host Erwin Tulfo said on his radio show, Punto Asintado on Wednesday.

[Yesterday, we said as well as the management of TV5 that we're willing to help out. We're willing to lend our uncut video to be used at the court.]

Meanwhile, Tulfo said that TV5 was still open to give Carabuena a chance to explain his side. - with Romsanne R. Ortiguero