UST professor says Kian delos Santos' killing is a huge threat to the Duterte administration, but is it really?

It's funny how the media seek for a so-called interpretation of a certain issue or incident from a person who suddenly became a professional in that field of talks and arguments. Just how can someone be considered reliable on their claims? Just because they are political analyst, the Filipinos must believe their crap?



The media interviewed Dennis Coronacion, a UST professor and also an analyst of some sort, about the effects of Kian delos Santos' death on the Duterte administration.

"So overall, iyong naganap na Kian delos Santos killing at yung sinasabi nilang, "For once, merong patunay na merong ngang nagaganap na extrajudicial killings, hindi maituturing ito na isang malaking dapa sa pagtahak ni President Duterte," the media asked.

Coronacion claimed that it is in fact a setback. But since there are different versions of witnesses and evidences, he hopes for a proper court hearing. Legal process should be followed, whether the suspect is innocent or not.

"Well isang malaking setback po yan, lalo na kung mapapatunayan nga sa mga imbestigasyon na inosente yung si Kian. Kase sa ngayon, iba-ibang versions, iba-ibang witnesses and evidence ang pinalalabas. So, I hope na magkakaroon ng isang matino na imbestigasyon, sana nga padaanin sa korte kasi that's the proper way to do it. So pag pinairal natin ang ating proseso, yung legal process natin, don natin malalaman kung sino ba talaga ang tunay na nagkamali," Coronacion stated.

"And at this point, I'd like to reiterate, in this country, dapat manaig ang rule of law. Regardless kung inosente ang isang suspect or sya ay caught in the act. Ito tinuturo sa mga law schools. Malinaw po yan sa ating bill of rights. Kailangan itrato mo sya na para syang inosente, bigyan mo ng due process. Para hindi maakusahan na may pang-aabuso, na may extrajudicial killings," he added.



Netizens had mixed reactions on the professor's claims. Merly F. Alcala said Mocha Uson should be fired for her incompetence. What?
"Asec. Uson, should be fired sa pag hahasik ng mga fake news about Kian... At dapat idemanda din yan ng pamilya ni Kian... Hindi pa ba sapat ng pinatay na nila ang anak, pati ba naman pagkatao ng mga naulila ay yuyurakan pa," said a certain Merly F. Alcala, who seems to be Yellow troll.

Phau Phau said President Rodrigo Duterte shouldn't be blamed for what happened to Kian.
"Hindi rin! Kasalan ng iba wag isisi sa Presidente! Di credible na tao ung tinatanong mo! Galit man ako sa nangyari sa kay KIAN dahil minor sya at dapat hindi sinisaktan kundi dapat itama at protectahan, pero kahit kailan di ko isisisi un sa PANGULO dahil ang hangad nya lang ay linisin ang maduming iniwan ng mga BUGOK na dilawan! We support President Duterte!" - Phau Phau 
Taburnok Aironane commented if there was a reason why Duterte's trust rating to decrease, it'll be because of BOC scandal, since his son is being dragged in the scandal.
"Mali... kung bababa man ang rating ni digong ay dahil sa BOC scandal na sangkot o e ni link si Pulong... ang kay Kian, paano naman naging kasalanan ni digong yon?? kaya nga open sya mag pa imbistiga..kaya nga sabi na nya dati na abuse your power an there's a hell to pay.... propaganda and sinakyan lng naman si Kian sa mga hunghang na LP..." - Taburnok Aironane
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Several other Filipinos and netizens commented on the media's interview with the professor.



How about you? Do you think Kian's case is a great threat to the Duterte administration's reign? What do you think about the UST professor's remarks? Let us know what you think and don't forget to share this to your friends and family!


Source: News5



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