MANILA, Philippines — “Although he’s dead and cannot speak, his wounds, gunshot wounds speak the truth,” Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Chief Percida Acosta said.
Two gunshots on the head and one at the back were found in Kian delos Santos’s body.
Kian is the 17-year old who died in the anti-illegal drug operation of Caloocan Police last Wednesday.
Based on the result of the re-autopsy, Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Chief Percida Acosta believes Kian did not fight back against authorities.
Following this, the Delos Santos family is decided to file a murder case against the cops involved in the incident.
“I was among those who took a look at his abrasions. I did not see signs that he fought back. When you are shot at the back, that’s treacherous. When you’re shot at the head, that’s fatal, you can’t say, that’s homicidal because if it’s homicidal, that’s out of trouble but there’s no trouble here,” Acosta said.
Meanwhile, on Monday, former Vice President Jejomar Binay visited the wake of Kian.
He believes that there is something wrong with the system of the government’s war on drugs.
“We really have a problem on drugs, that’s true but the way it’s handled is not right,” Binay said.
Meanwhile, until now, the result of the first autopsy conducted by SOCO has not yet been released. – Leslie Longboen | UNTV News and Rescue
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