I do not have any misgiving about the posting of this picture where the son, Jolo, looks like grimacing in pain for his gunshot wound and Senator Bong Revilla, seriously focusing his concerned fatherly looks to his son. This is what they say about a "picture that could paint a thousand words." Let us all forget all about the sideline stories that serve as magnet to the "pros and cons" comments and focus our attention in an honest appreciation of how a father and son could uncontrollably generate a sense of "unmistakable pity" that each of the protagonists are trying to express in their facial expression. It is not easy for a father to see his son in a situation like this that "moments ago" could have endangered the life of his son into the brink of death.
Footnote: This comment came out in connection with a news item in Philstar, entitled, "Jolo apologizes to Bong in visit." It came out on March 3, 2015. There were some comments from some bloggers who expressed disappointment and frustration over the publication of said picture depicting the "father and son" inside the hospital room, claiming that it should not have been done to preserve their privacy. But I believe there's nothing wrong showing the said picture as it only serves to satisfy the interest of those who sympathized with their situation and who felt greatly relieved upon seeing the picture of the duo.