“I assume that’s my son. My son lay face down for several hours in the rain.”
Retired Philippine cop appeals to Duterte for justice after ‘innocent’ son killed amid drug war
In letter that has gone viral, father threatens to find killers of 21-year-old son who was gunned down in the street
PUBLISHED : Monday, 31 October, 2016, 2:31pm
By Raissa Robles
Retired police intelligence officer Alfredo Jebulan, 64, is used to investigating violent deaths. Over the weekend, he suddenly found himself trying to make sense of the gangland style execution of his fifth and youngest child Yani in Antipolo, Rizal, northeast of Manila.
At first he thought the 21-year-old psychology student was shot only once after drinking with friends to celebrate passing midterm exams.
An autopsy revealed Yani was shot twice on the chest, once on the side, “and the finishing touch was on the head,” Jebulan calmly told South China Morning Post.
It’s the same calm voice he must have used as a police officer discussing with strangers the death of their loved ones.
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