Palparan getting special treatment in Bilibid — NUPL

Palparan getting special treatment in Bilibid — NUPL






Retired Major General Jovie Palparan, Jr. who was convicted by kidnapping of two University of the Philippines students in 2006, was allegedly “enjoying” special privileges in prison the National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (NUPL).

“In a motion submitted to the RTC of Malolos City, Branch 15, where Palparan is being tried in another case of kidnapping involving farmer Raymond Manalo, the NUPL asked that the special privileges he is unduly enjoying be terminated once and for all,” read the statement.



According to NUPL, Palparan is overstaying at the Directorate for Reception and Diagnostics (DRD) of the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa. The DRD is where the inmates are staying to undergo evaluation for not more than 60 days, NUPL said.

Jovie Palparan,NPA hunter then, imprison for allegedly killing 2 student activities
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“At the DRD, Palparan has been acting as ‘governor’ or ‘mayor de mayores’ to about 1,500 persons deprived of liberty (PDLs),” the lawyers’ group said.

Allegedly Palparan was given access to internet and other privileges not given to other inmates.




The group also said theat it is never enough for a human rights violator to be detained, criminals should “pay the price for their crimes.”

On September 2018, the NPA hunter was sentenced to life inprsonment for the kidnapping and serious illegal detention of activists Sherlyn Cadapan and Karen Empeno.
Palparan, who was assigned in the province of Bulacan was hero to others as he was able to decimate the numbers of the New People’s Army membership in the locality.







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