Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II mentioned he condemns the killing of 17-year-old Kian Delos Santos by policemen the identical approach he condemns crimes dedicated by drug addicts.
“As a father and a parent myself, I condemn the killing Kian de Santos. I condemn the killing in the same way that I condemn the brutal killings, the rape and the dehumanization of infants and children, of grandmothers and grandfathers, of mothers and fathers, of sons and daughters by drug addicts,” he mentioned in a assertion on Monday (August 28).
With this, he assured to provide justice to Kian amid allegations of being biased which he allegedly confirmed in the course of the Senate inquiry over the coed’s death.
The allegations of bias hurled in opposition to me by some apparently uninformed or ill-motivated individuals within the case of Kian de los Santos’ death is so unfaithful.
“As I have said during the Senate investigation on the matter last week, Kian’s death is a tragedy. A death is a death. The violent taking of the life of our youth is deplorable,” he mentioned.
“It simply cannot be allowed to go unpunished. And I give my solemn reassurances to everyone that the ones responsible for this dastardly act will be punished to the full extent of the law,” he assured.