By: MAO BA? August 20,2017 - 09:20 PM


The clamor for justice against extrajudicial killings in the country got louder after reports of the 17-year-old Kian Loyd Delos Santos, who was allegedly unreasonably killed by police in Caloocan, broke out. People have printed signages and planned rallies calling for a thorough investigation against the police officers who gunned down the Grade 11 student on August 16.

Netizens have been very active on social media too, expressing their grief for the minor and asking President Rodrigo Duterte to act on the killings.
Facebook user, Virn Villagracia, said, “Oh my! If these killings will continue, we really can’t expect a positive change for the Filipinos. No to abuses!”

Rie Lorica defended Kian against claims that he was a drug runner. “No, he’s not a runner. He’s just an innocent child who was diligently doing his school works. He was a good son to his family.”

There were others too who gave suggestions on how to eradicate illegal drugs in the Philippines.

Vincent Jr Timonan said, “The government is doing its part to give justice for all. If we just follow the rule of law. Stop using illegal drugs and stop being violent. Let justice prevail for all.”

William Santos wrote, “How about we see more effort on cutting supply so people wont get any shabu?”

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