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The Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), and the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) refused to give any comment on the deaths of four police officers reportedly ambushed by the members of New People’s Army in Davao 2 days ago.
CBCP Chair Socrates Villegas refused to comment when a group of national media visited his office yesterday.
CHR Commissioner Chito Gascon on the other hand said there is no confirmation from the New People’s Army yet that their members were responsible for the killings so he cannot give further comment.
The brutal killing of four police officers is widely condemned by the citizens, and called the incident “overkill” and “barbaric act”.
CBCP and CHR are staunch critics of President Rodrigo Duterte’s War on Drugs, but the latest atrocities committed by the NPA have kept both groups silent.
Gascon, a political and social activist has long been accused of supporting the Communist Party of the Philippines before and after former President Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law./Tony Braganza/
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