Police brutality sa Calamba, pinaiimbestigahan ni Cascolan

Police brutality sa Calamba, pinaiimbestigahan ni Cascolan

October 18, 2020 @ 10:51 AM 2 months ago

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Manila, Philippines – Kaagad na pinaiimbestigahan ni Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Camilo Cascolan ang umano’y police brutality sa Calamba PNP.

“I am taking to task the Regional Director of PRO4A to ensure availability of all personnel of CALAMBA City Police Station for investigation to establish the true facts behind these reports,” ayon kay Cascolan sa isang pahayag.

“Investigation is now ongoing and I expect to obtain an initial report with the day at the latest. I am not inclined to take everything hook line and sinker just until all unanswered questions are satisfied by a thorough investigation in the interest of truth and fair play,” dagdag nito.

Ito ay matapos makatanggap ng reklamo mula kay Milagros Alora na sampung pulis na nagpakilalang mula sa Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency na inaresto ang kanyang anak na si Victor Emmanuel sa umano’y pagtutulak ng droga.

“They beat him up. Ransacked the house, STOLE the sales and goods of the shop, stole the CCTV cameras, got the money of the lived-in partner and stole the cellphone, money, and motorcycle of Victor’s driver,” ayon kay Alora.

Aniya walang warrant of arrest o search warrant na ipinakita ang mga ito.

“[They] barged into the shop the second time and forcibly took my son, his driver, and shop employee. One neighbor who tried to intervene and help my son was even warned not to do so and an agent even poked a gun at him,” lahad ni Alora.

Tiningnan umano ni Alora sa regional office ng PDEA ang operasyon at kung ang anak nito ay nasa surveillance ng grupo.

Ayon sa ahensya ay wala umanong operasyon sa Calamba ang mga ito.

“I spoke to one Lieutenant Ignacio who said she would verify but never called me back. After several unanswered calls, there was this Police officer LEGADO that confirmed that my son was in their custody,” saad pa nito.

“I had to call up Camp Crame, Camp Vicente Lim to find out what happened to my son and his companions. I was given the runaround. If this thing can happen to any ordinary citizen, what about the rest of the people who have no means to defend themselves against this police brutality and thievery,” dagdag pa ni Alora.

Samantala, umaasa si Cascolan na makikipagtulungan sa imbestigasyon ang mga sangkot sa insidente. RNT/ELM


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