Sep four, 2017 @ 22:55

“We don’t need killing machines.”

Sen. Sonny Angara on Monday deplored the reported killing of 19-year-old Carl Angelo Arnaiz by Caloocan police harking back to the destiny of 17-year previous Kian delos Santos.

Arnaiz allegedly engaged the police in a shootout after he robbed a taxi driver on August 18 or two days after Delos Santos was killed on Aug. 16 throughout a drug raid.

“It looks like a repeat of the Kian killing and in the same area reportedly,” Angara stated.

He stated the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) reported “an execution-type” of killing with bullet wounds within the again. “This is simply unacceptable.”

“We should teach our police proper law enforcement and that their role is to bring suspects to justice and not be executioners,” Angara stated.

“We need speedy fair and efficient justice machines that people can trust, and don’t fear,” he added.

Source: politics.com.ph