Mr aguirre immediately as a matter of fact mr chair

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MR. AGUIRRE. Immediately, as a matter of fact, Mr. Chair. SEN. DRILON. You will not wait for one week before you apply for a search warrant. MR. AGUIRRE. That is correct because especially the gun could be passed on to anybody. SEN. DRILON. And you find that most unusual. MR. AGUIRRE. Very, very unusual, Mr. Chair. 181
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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ORDER AND DANGEROUS DRUGS JOINT WITH THE COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS Aliccatimbang XII-2 November 23, 2016 1:50 p.m. 7 SEN. DRILON. Now, Mr. Secretary, would your NBI, for example, who is in possession of a search warrant and the search warrant is to be served inside a provincial jail, would you find it usual that it be served at 4:30 in the morning? MR. AGUIRRE. No. It’s very unusual. The better—why don’t you wait for about one hour after, then it’s already be daytime. And you could ask for the barangay captain and let others, the media, witness it. Usually, if you have nothing to hide, you usually conduct the search warrant during daytime. SEN. DRILON. And conducting it at 4:30 in the morning is most unusual and not consistent with your procedure. MR. AGUIRRE. That is correct, Mr. Chair. SEN. DRILON. Now, on record, there were 19 who served the search warrant. Ang hinahanap po sa search warrant ay isang baril at ito po ay sa provincial jail. If you are to serve the search warrant, would you carry that many personnel? MR. AGUIRRE. No. I think it’s overkilling. SEN. DRILON. Overkill. MR. AGUIRRE. Three or four personnel of the PNP could have done that. SEN. DRILON. Now, so all the circumstances … /alicc 182
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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ORDER AND DANGEROUS DRUGS JOINT WITH THE COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS Jmbaisa XIII-2 November 23, 2016 2:00 p.m. 1 SEN. DRILON. ... all the circumstances, Mr. Secretary, would lead you to the conclusion that there is premeditation here? MR. AGUIRRE. I think that’s premeditated. SEN. DRILON. It’s premeditated murder on Mayor Espinosa. MR. AGUIRRE. I would not— SEN. DRILON. Or premeditated killing. MR. AGUIRRE. From what happened, from what they have done, what they did are premeditated. As to whether the ultimate result that killing Mayor Espinosa is murder, it is subject to, well, more minute investigation. SEN. DRILON. That’s why I withdrew the term “murder.” I said “killing.” MR. AGUIRRE. Yes, Mr. Chair. SEN. DRILON. “Premeditated killing.” MR. AGUIRRE. That’s right, Mr. Chair. SEN. DRILON. Thank you, Mr. Secretary, for sharing your expert opinion. MR. AGUIRRE. Thank you, Mr. Chair. THE CHAIRMAN (SEN. LACSON). Can I pursue your point, partner, with your permission? SEN. DRILON. Yes, please. You put off my clock. THE CHAIRMAN (SEN. LACSON). Kung lahat ng circumstances, as pointed out by Senator Drilon and nag-agree naman 183
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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ORDER AND DANGEROUS DRUGS JOINT WITH THE COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS Jmbaisa XIII-2 November 23, 2016 2:00 p.m. 2 si Secretary Aguirre, na talagang unusual that led to that, sabihin na nating suspicion, na premeditated talaga iyong nangyaring pagpatay, ang tanong ko is ano iyong status ng cases, both administrative and criminal, dito sa pangyayaring ito sa Baybay sa provincial jail?
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