Thursday, March 14, 2019

CHR: "Hindi dapat death penalty, may human rights ang mga suspek na di pwede malabag ng mga otoridad"

After the griev0us murd3r of 16-year-old Christine Lee Silawan, where she was allegedly r@ped and rem0ved the skin on her face, the Filipinos are calling the government to bring back the de@th pen@lty punishment.


For Commission on Human Rights (CHR) 7 Director Arvin Ordon, he understands the sentiments of our people and supports the authorities to arrest the crimin@ls.


But he reminded everyone that the human rights of the susp3cts should not be violated the moment they will be arrested. They will make sure to monitor the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the police to ensure that the human rights of the susp3cts will not be violated.


Watch the video when they found the d3ad body of Silawan:


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According to Odron, if the susp3cts will be found guilty of committing such crim3, they would face reclusion perpetua or lifetime imprisonment.


Silawan was a grade 9 student and a collector ministry in Sacred Heart Church in Lapu Lapu Cebu. Before the incident, some witnesses saw Silawan together with 3 people.


Based on a police officer's statement, it's possible that drugaddicts are involved with this crim3 scene. The local government has offered P100,000 reward if anyone can report the susp3cts of this incident.


Watch the Video:


The netizens are angry to the statement of the Commision on Human Rights for protecting the right of the susp3cts the moment they will be arrested:


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CHR: "Hindi dapat death penalty, may human rights ang mga suspek na di pwede malabag ng mga otoridad"
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