Look: PNP Files Cases Againts Protestest Leaders, Including Teddy Casiño, Renato Reyes Over Anti-Trump Rally

0 48

During the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit, a rupture of peace, defiance, ambush and protection from specialists was conferred when a gathering of protesters ralliedtowards United States government office in Manila.

The Manila Police District (MPD) discharged an announcement that on November 14, 2017, Tuesday, the Philippine National Police units file cases against protesters.

Among the ones that are complained are Teddy Casino of Bayan Muna, Renato Reyes the Bayan secretary general and a protester named Neil Legaspi.

The cases filed against these individuals are breach of peace, illegal public assembly, disobedience, and assault upon an agent of authority.

The rallyists attempted to breach the police line while the ASEAN is being held. A lot of people were hurt because of the said protest.

According to MPD spokesperson Superintendent Erwin Margalejo, Reyes and Casino were the ones who started the rally protest. They were trying to penetrate the police security so they can go straight to United States President Donald Trump.

Joint Task Group Peace and Order (JTG PO) representative Police Superintendent Ronald Hipolito said that when the protesters couldn’t penetrate the police line, that’s when they started to throw stones.

 No’ng ‘di nila ma-penetrate nambato na po sila (When they could not penetrate the police barricade, they threw stones). So, of course, nasasaktan na rin ‘yung mga pulis natin (our police were getting hurt) in spite of us exercising maximum tolerance,”

Legaspi then again was gotten in the demonstration of tossing stones at the police. He was captured last Sunday riding a van with bulletins and stuff.

Hipolito additionally included that the cops were generally harmed by the stones. Their gear, shields and head protectors were additionally harmed by the rallyists.

First Seen on Here