Palace seeks probe of alleged police mauling of quarantine violator in Cavite

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MANILA – Malacañang on Saturday ordered the Philippine National Police to investigate several Cavite police officers who allegedly mauled a quarantine violator amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

MANILA – Malacañang on Saturday ordered the Philippine National Police to investigate several Cavite police officers who allegedly mauled a quarantine violator amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Paimbestigahan po natin ‘yan. Tatawagan natin mismo si PNP chief [Archie] Gamboa. Titingnan kung ano ang nangyari diyan,” he said. Roque was reacting to a CNN Philippines report that a factory worker was allegedly mauled by police officers in General Trias, Cavite. According to the report, Campo was apprehended by police for violating curfew hours in Tropical Village, Barangay San Francisco. He is recuperating at the General Emilio Aguinaldo Memorial Hospital in Trece Martires City.

 

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Kung mababasa nyo ang Police Report, nakasaad doon na lasing daw ang biktima, at tumakbo, nahulog sa bubong una ulo.... Wow... Wala na akong masabe sa walang pusong mga kapulisan na halos patayin ang biktima.

Nakaka awa ang biktima..... Kung nahuli sya Dahil sa curfew may karampatan na parusa pero hindi katulad sa ginawa sa biktima.....

these lawless and barbaric actions persist because duterte reinforces it by rewarding and promoting the most wretched police of them all. duterte inutil DDs salot

Talaga ba? Sana nga gawan ng action to.

Bibidang muli si SORRY, COMPASSION at RESPECT .

puro probe na lang 😤😤😤

Pag ordinary citizen ang nag violate- bala, bugbog, kulong at multa. Pag PNP scalawags ang may sala eh investigation at may complete due pa process! Eh di wow china!

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