Senator Kiko Pangilinan on Monday raised doubts over the circumstances behind the killing of former Ozamiz City mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 14 others.
Parojinog was killed in an alleged shootout with a raiding group from the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) who served him a search warrant at 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
Pangilinan famous that “warrants of arrest” have been served at previous 2 a.m. Closed circuit TV cameras (CCTV) have been additionally disabled “prior to entering the premises,” he mentioned.
He cited the next events that he discovered unbelievable: “All 15 suspected drug lords at the scene of the crime and their ‘armed to the teeth’ bodyguards are killed. No injuries or casualties on the side of the PNP (Phil. National Police).”
“Hindi makatotohanan. P’wedeng gawin ito kaninuman,” mentioned Pangilinan, a member of the Senate minority bloc.
Among these killed in the course of the early daybreak raid have been Parojinog’s spouse, Susan; brother, Octavio Parojinog; a member of the provincial board, and members of his safety power.