Again and Again! : Chel Diokno slams PNP for violations

Again and Again! : Chel Diokno slams PNP for violations

Human rights lawyer and chair of the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) Chel Diokno has agained slammed the Philippine National Police (PNP) for its continued abuses and violations during this COVID-19 pandemic.
“PNP ang pumaslang sa apat na sundalo sa Jolo, PNP ang nangmaltrato sa tauhan ng DENR sa Palawan, PNP ang pumatay kay Cpl. Ragos, at PNP ang lumabag sa quarantine para mag-mañanita,”from his recent media posts.

“Sino ang totoong pasaway?” Diokno notes.
Chel Diokno
(photo credit to owner)

Currently the murder of the 4 members of the Philippine Army (PA)intelligence officers in Jolo, Sulu is being investigated by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
The Jolo police claimed that the 4 intelligence officers refused to identify their identities and even tried to flee and initiate a firefight.
Last month former Puerto Princesa police chief Col. Marlon Balonglong was accused of beating up last June 10 eight (8) personnel of the Department of Environment Natural Resources (DENR) investigating environment violations in a mangrove area.

Last April 10, a retired Army corporal Winston Ragos was shot near a checkpoint in Quezon City by Police M/Sgt. Daniel Florendo over claims that the former soldier made threats with a gun.

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