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‘Hindi yan poproktehan ng presidente’: Roque says no special treatment given to police officer


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Malacanan said that President Rodrigo Duterte will not halt any investigation linked on the police officer who was seen in the video shooting a mother and son over a heated argument. 

As seen on the viral video, Police Senior Master Sergeant Jonel Nuezca, 46, shot Sonya Gregorio, 52, and her son, Frank, 25, in Paniqui, Tarlac. 

“Kinokondena po natin iyang nangyari diyan sa Tarlac. Ang pulis na iyan at hindi pwedeng mag-invoke ng kahit anong depensa na may kinalaman sa kaniyang tungkulin ang pagpatay na iyan,” Presidential Spokesperson Harri Roque said in a press conference earlier. 

He assured that no special treatment wil be given to the accused. 

“Iimbestigahan, kakasuhan, lilitisi, at paparusahan po natin ang pulis na iyan–no ifs, no buts. Magkakaroon po ng katarungan dahil nakita naman po natin ang ebidensya ng pangyayari. Hindi po iyan poprotektahan ng Presidente,” he added. 

“Hindi po kinukunsinti ng Presidente ang mga gawaing mali,” he further added. 

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