In line with his duty! : Mon Tulfo joins the call urgng Pres. Duterte to free Palparan

In line with his duty! : Mon Tulfo joins the call urgng Pres. Duterte to free Palparan


The first one to make the call was former Interior Secretary Rafael Alunan III, and now he is joined by Special Envoy to China Mon Tulfo in urging President Rodrigo Roa Duterte to give his pardon to retired Army Major. General Jovito Palparan.

This was the reaction after the same privilege to US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton was extended by President Duterte.

In his Manila Bulletin column, Special Envoy to China said Palparan’s conviction for kidnapping, serious illegal detention and killing of two college students in 2006 was tied to his job.

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“There was no direct evidence that Palparan had ordered the killing, just hearsay testimony from a farmer who claimed to have been detained along with the two coeds,” he said.

“In convicting Palparan, the judge was apparently swayed by the clamor for the general’s head from leftist groups and the Noynoy Aquino administration,” Tulfo added.

Tulfo explains, if Palparan is granted pardon, it will boost President Rodrigo Roa’s Duterte reputation to the military organization.

“If the President pardons Palparan, he will become a hero to the entire officers corps of the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” Tulfo said.


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