Aug 21, 2017 @ 20:41

Senator Grace Poe on Monday mentioned the war on medicine should not be a “contest” amongst police models on the variety of drug suspects they’ve killed throughout operations.

She made the comment amid public rage over the killing of Grade 11 pupil, Kian delos Santos, 17, throughout a police drug raid on Aug.15 in brgy. 160 in Caloocan City.

“Hindi ito dapat contest ng distrito kung sinong pinakamaraming napatay kasi kung magiging contest ito ng patayan, hindi matatapos ‘yun,” Poe mentioned.

“Paulit-ulit na lang ‘yun dahil may paghihiganti ng mangyayari diyan. Basta pag contest, dinadaan ito sa dami ng patayan, walang mananalo dito,” she mentioned.

Poe helps the scheduled Senate investigation on delos Santos’ killing amid the declare of policemen that the sufferer engaged them in a shootout.

“Napakahalagang malaman kung ano ba talaga ang mga kaganapan doon, kasi sabihin na nating runner siya, pero talaga bang nanlaban s’ya?May laban ba talaga s’ya?” she requested.

“Lahat naman tayo ay dapat bigyan ng pagkakataong mabigyan ng tamang proseso,” mentioned Poe, vice chair of the Senate Committee on Public Order.

She added, “Nakita naman natin ‘yung bata, hawak-hawak na (ng mga pulis). Madidinig natin sa mga pulis paano nila i-eeksplika ‘yun.”

Source: politics.com.ph