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Investigations still necessary in 'misencounter' despite Duterte claim —Alejano

Investigations still necessary 'misencounter' despiteMagdalo Party-list Representative Gary Alejano on Saturday said Investigations still need to be conducted on the June 25 "misencounter" between the military and police in Samar despite President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncement that he is taking full responsibility as commander-in-chief. "That is correct. Duterte is the Commander-in-Chief of the AFP [Armed Forces of the Philippines] and PNP [Philippine National Police], hence he takes full responsibility. Nonetheless, internal Investigations are still necessary to determine what really happened," Alejano said. "If there has been any lapse, it should be addressed in future operations. Moreover, if there have been violations in the standard operating procedures, concerned personnel must be meted out with appropriate sanctions," he added. Duterte on Friday took full responsibility for the "misencounter" between members of the military and the police in Sta. Rita, Samar that led to the deaths of six police officers. Nine were injured. Elements of the 805th Mobile Company, Regional Mobile Force Battalion 8 were conducting minor combat operations when they were fired upon by elements of the Philippine Army's 87th Infantry Battalion in Barangay San Roque. The soldiers who figured in the friendly fire incident claimed being told that no other government team would be in the area to pursue communist rebels. "I'd like to tell you that the ultimate blame, fault is on me being the commander-in-chief. I do not want to use the word but ako po 'yung pinaka [lider] nila," Duterte said in his speech before soldiers and policemen at a festival in Tacloban City. Duterte also visited the wake of the six police officers who died and conferred on them posthumously the Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kalasag. Alejano said those involved should "learn from the mistakes." "Let us not bloat the issue and, instead, learn from the mistakes," he said. He also said those who died should be allowed "to be buried with dignity." Alejano also said the bereaved families "must be compensated accordingly." "I give my deepest condolences to the families," he added. Both the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police are conducting an investigation on the incident. —KG, GMA Newslosha - www.losha.netlosha - www.losha.net

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Investigations still necessary in 'misencounter' despite Duterte claim —Alejano





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