On Parojinogs Death: Prosecutor Lectures 'Dilaw' Who Qustions the Time of Serving Search Warrant

Interesting Facebook posts from Asst. City Prosecutor Darwin Cañete is going viral now on Facebook after he lectured the 'Dilaws', the color of Liberal Party (LP), on the death of Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog during a raid on Sunday, July 30.
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According to Cañete,

Advance lecture sa dilaw....When serving a search warrant and the suspect fires at you, that is a crime already called Direct Assault. Being a crime actually committed against the police officer, he has personal knowledge such that the suspect can therefore be arrested without warrant. And if in the course thereof the, the police now fires in self-defense or in the process of arresting the suspect there is forceful resistance, then the death of the suspect is legal. Capisce?

In another Facebook post, he said:

The choice of time to search is always governed by timing. Timing is when the police believes the contraband can be found with minimum casualties to the police and that the suspect cannot destroy or conceal it. When talking about guns SUBJECT OF THE SEARCH you yellow idiots have to understand that the suspects have the choice to fire them at the police given sufficient warning. In other words, saan nakalagay na yung suspect mamimili ng oras kung kailan mag-search?

Cañete also added:

Whatever nitpick you make on the search warrant, the fact is that when the suspects fired at the policemen, the rules on warrantless arrest already came into play. It was the search warrant that led the police to the suspects but it was firing at the police that legalized the use of force.

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Para sa mga ignoy...Administrative Circular No. 13

If the judge is satisfied that the property is in the person or in the place ordered to be searched, a direction may be inserted in the warrants that it be served at any time of the day or night;
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The following posts were his response to the 'yellows' who expressed their concern over the killing of Parojinogs.

Some LP senators has to say with the Parojinogs death.

In a statement, Senator Franklin Drilon said,

Why are search warrants, served before dawn as in the cases of Mayor Espinosa and now, Mayor Parojinog, result in the deaths of the persons being searched? Both are tagged as drug lords. Too much of a coincidence?

As per LP president and Senator Francis Pangilinan, the killing of Mayor Parojinog is 'unrealistic.'

Serving warrants of arrest past 2 a.m. Disabling the closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras prior to entering the premises. All 15 suspected drug lords at the scene of the crime and their ‘armed to the teeth’ bodyguards are killed. No injuries or casualties on the side of the PNP. Hindi makatotohanan.

Meanwhile, Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Ronald Dela Rosa on Monday insisted the simultaneous operations by authorities that killed Ozamiz City Mayor  and 14 others were legitimate, adding they would have lived if they did not resist search.

They were meant to be operated upon, not liquidated. Depende na 'yun kung manlaban sila, then magkakaroon ng engkwentro. Wala na tayong control.

Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Director Roel Obusan said they followed protocol for police operations.

Matagal naming pinagplanuhan. In fact, we followed all procedures of the PNP, as well as the law. We applied for search warrant.

We are not meant to kill, 'yung mga lumalaban lang. May walo pa tayong nahuli, yung mga lalaki na armed members nila na sumuko. It erases the doubt na they are meant to be liquidated. Kasi if that's really our intention, namatay na sana lahat. Si Madam Nova, wala na rin sana.