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“Hindi trabaho ng PNP protektahan ang Pangulo sa opinyon ng taumbayan”

Human Rights lawyer Chel Diokno criticized the Philippine National Police (PNP) for detaining a salesman who referred to as President Rodrigo Duterte ‘buang’ or loopy on social media.

In a collection of tweets, Diokno stated that PNP shouldn’t give attention to looking down the critics of Duterte as a result of it’s not their job to guard the President from the opinion of the general public.

Diokno identified that even Duterte cursed the pope, public officers, and different individuals.

“Pano aarestuhin ng PNP itong salesman na minura ang Pangulo kung Pangulo nga mismo e minura ang senador, Santo Papa, ang Simbahan, at napakarami pang iba? Hindi trabaho ng PNP protektahan ang Pangulo sa opinyon ng taumbayan. Ang trabaho nyo e protektahan ang taumbayan,” Diokno stated.

According to them, the authorities don’t have the suitable to place people underneath their custody due to posting libelous statements in opposition to the President.

Photo: @ChelDiokno Twitter web page

Diokno stated that solely ‘judges’ ought to resolve whether or not a person must be detained for libel or not.

Followers of Diokno thanked the lawyer for criticizing the transfer of the regulation enforcers, saying that they’re afraid of what’s taking place to the critics of the President.

“Sir Diokno, maraming salamat po sa pagtanggol! Bilang isang simpleng mamamayan, hindi ko ho maiwasan na matakot sa ganitong panahon, na kahit sino pwe-pwede nang damputin. Siguro ho ganito narin ang nararamdaman ng karamihan kaya mabuti ho andyan kayo,” @goodguyjosephh stated.

“Matagal na pong hindi kapakanan at seguridad ng taong-bayan ang inaasikaso ng PNP. Marami akong kakilala na ang turo sa mga anak nila ay last resort ang pulis kung kailangan nila ng tulong dahil ang pulis sa Pilipinas hindi mapagkakatiwalaan,” netizen @retromaldita remarked.

On Wednesday, salesman Reynaldo Orcullo, 41, a resident of Brgy Triangulo, Nasipit city, Agusan del Norte was caught by the members of the Regional Anti-Cybercrime Unit (RACU) 13.

The salesman allegedly referred to as President Duterte ‘crazy’ and likewise talked about Senator Christopher “Bong” Go.

READ MORE: Salesman in Mindanao facing cybercrime charges for calling President Duterte ‘buang’

Before Orcullo, a number of people together with a trainer from Zambales had been additionally put by the authorities underneath their custody due to their put up in opposition to President Duterte.

READ MORE: Man who puts P50-M bounty on President Duterte’s head caught by members of NBI: “Marami pa po akong pangarap,”

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque already stated that the individuals caught have the prospect to show that they’re harmless.

“Kung merong prima facie case for any case, kasuhan siya at mabibigyan naman po siya ng pagkakataon na patunayang hindi siya nagkasala sa ating hukuman sa takdang panahon,” Roque stated.

 

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