2. Sign that says "#JusticeForKian Justice for all victims of EJK!"
3. Sign that says "Justice now!"
4. Close up of candle that has a note saying: "#JusticeForKian"
5. Sign that says "Stop the killings"
6. Wide of people at the march protest
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Renato Reyes, Secretary-general of Bayan, a militant organisation:
"Today we are protesting the death of a 17-year old who was picked up by the police and was by all indications summarily executed here in this very community. And the people are outraged, the people throughout the country are outraged by what is happening right now and we demand accountability, we demand justice, and we demand, most of all, a stop to the brutal drug war being waged by Rodrigo Duterte."
8. Justice poster near Kian delos Santos' house
9. Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, anti-Duterte Philippine senator, coming down stairs of delos Santos' home
10. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, anti-Duterte Philippine senator:
"I think this feeling of sadness and anger should be translated into bravery. Maybe it's about time for leaders to come together to put an end to this kind of war against drugs that leads to innocent people being killed and our authorities not following the law"
11. Wide of people gathering at the wake at delos Santos' residence
12. Saldy delos Santos, father of 17-year old victim, at the wake
13. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Saldy delos Santos, father of Kian delos Santos
(delos Santos was asked if he ever expected this to happen to his son)
"No, my son was very kind. He's always here (at home and family mini store). You see a lot of parents sitting outside (at the wake) because those parents bring their children to school and they've seen my son here selling pencils, paper, and other school supplies."
14. In memoriam sign for Kian delos Santos
15. Close up of relative's phone showing photos of Kian delos Santos with family and friends
Dozens attended a protest march Monday in Manila demanding justice for the death of Kian delos Santos, a 17-year old teenager who was among the 80 killed in last week's bloody crackdown on illegal drugs.
Philippine senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV also visited the wake of delos Santos earlier during the day and talked to his family.
Anger and protests have focused on the killing of delos Santos, who police say was a drug dealer who opened fire with a pistol during a raid, prompting law enforcers to shoot him.
The family of the student, however, says he was mercilessly shot by police as he was pleading for his life. He was described to be a very good-natured child by his parents.
More than 3,200 drug suspects have been gunned down by police since Duterte launched his crackdown. More than 2,000 others have died in drug-related killings, including attacks by motorcycle-riding masked gunmen, who human rights groups allege are policemen in disguise or their civilian hit men.
Alarmed human rights groups have reported higher death tolls.