Additional information began to emerge after the shooting in Paniqui, Tarlac reveals what the father of the police said after his daughter attacked her mother and son.
A viral video has surfaced showing a few seconds ago of their mother’s son, 52-year-old Sonya Gregorio, and 25-year-old Frank Anthony Gregorio, where they were killed by a senior police officer, Sergeant Jonel Nuezca.
A police report states that Senior Sergeant Jon Onel Nuetska ran away on Sunday afternoon after the shooting incident.
About an hour after later he was arrested and handed over to the Rosales Pangasinan City Police Department.
The suspect also turned his PNP-issued 9mm semi-automatic pistol, which was used in the crime.
The heated argument erupted after members of the victim’s family had fun using Boga, a PVC pipe used as an alternative fireworks display. But based on the investigation, they say that the “right of way” is the basis of the suspect և victims’ struggle.
Who Are The Suspect And Their Family
Jonel Nuezca is a Corporal police officer while Elisha Aquino Nuezca is his daughter who in the viral video was seen shouting “My Father Is A Police Man”.
He was previously charged with homicide, grave misconduct and serious neglect of duty, who shot his mother and daughter in Tarlac.
Ani pa Sen. Ping Lacson, “a case of grave misconduct carries a punishment of dismissal … ‘Yung refusal Niya to undergo drug test & leaving the premises w / o permission should have prodded PNP or NAPOLCOM to monitor his activities as he might be a drug user. ” Katrina Domingo, ABS-CBN News
The suspect Sergent Jonel Nuezca was born in 1974, He was an active member of the Philippine National Police.
Jonel was a senior master sergeant in the country, He was officially assigned at the Parañaque City Crime Laboratory in Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Jonel’s wife Leilanie Aquino Nuezca gave birth to their daughter Elisha Aquino Nuezca in October 2007.
He was suspended from February 19-28, 2010.
The disturbance was registered by one of the victim’s family. The video shows the mother caught her son, not allowing him to take retaliatory action against the police, which also prevents the victim from moving.
The daughter of a police officer. In the mentioned incident was also Yeghishe Nuezka, who spoke against the victims. He witnessed his father’s sudden attack on the victims in front of him.
At the same time, an Internet network that also witnessed the incident revealed the alleged success of her father-in-law. In a Facebook post, Apollo Pascual shared an excerpt from a conversation with an eyewitness.
Senators, several personalities, and netizens are criticizing the PNP’s role in alleged killings in the country. They are seeking justice for the Gregorios, calling for the end of police brutality and impunity in the Philippines.
The Human Rights Commission condemned the insolent and senseless murder pursued by state forces, which is supposed to protect the public. Its regional office is preparing to investigate the incident.
“It is unacceptable for those who are at the forefront of perpetuating such human rights abuses. “This incident is a reflection of our call on the government to conduct a large-scale investigation into any allegations of arbitrary murder,” said Jacques Aklin Ann de Guillaume, a spokesman for the government.
The CHR also appealed to the public to avoid insulting Nuetska’s daughter, or even posting the baby’s name and photos, as this could cause irreversible harm.
Interior Minister Eduardo Ayo condemned the incident but said it was an “isolated” crime that should not be used to define the entire police force.
“This is a tragic but isolated incident … Nuetska’s fault is not the fault of the entire Philippine National Police,” the statement said.
The Duterte administration, including the PNP and the Philippine Armed Forces, has been criticized for rising to an atmosphere of extrajudicial killings, human rights abuses and impunity since taking office in July 2016 by President Rodrigo Duterte.
In the government’s war on drugs alone, figures show that 5,903 suspects were killed in counter-narcotics operations, but local and international human rights groups say thousands could be killed in extrajudicial killings by the Duterte administration.