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|Summary:||Manila protest against reported killing of SKorean|
|Date:||01/27/2017 04:43 AM|
Over a hundred people gathered outside the headquarters of the Filipino national police in Manila on Friday to protest the reported killing of a South Korean businessman at the country's main police camp late last year.
They also called for justice for other victims of what they call extrajudicial killings.
Jee Ick joo was kidnapped by police with the intent of getting ransom from his family but ended up dead at the national police headquarters, police said.
After reportedly killing the victim, the officers, including two members of an anti-narcotics force, collected ransom from the wife, police said.
Manila - 27 January, 2017
1. Tilt down exterior of Philippine National Police headquarters to protesters offering candles on pile of mannequins depicting victims of extrajudicial killings
2. Man lighting candle beside placard of killed South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo, placard reads "Justice for Jee Ick joo and other victims of extra-judicial killings"
3. Close of placard
4. Wide banner reading "End impunity, fight state terror"
5. Sign on wall reading "This is your police, we serve and protect" tilt down to protesters
7. Protest leader Renato Reyes speaking to reporters
8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Renato Reyes, protest leader:
"We are protesting because we believe that impunity is the norm here in the police force. You can be killed inside the police camp you can be killed inside jails. This is really, really bad. The drug war is spinning out of control and the police think that they can get away with anything."
9. Signs reading "Stop extra judicial killings and impunity"
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Renato Reyes, protest leader:
"The kidnapping and murder of a Korean businessman of course has rattled the entire police force and the Duterte administration. They have no choice but to apologize and to ensure that justice will be achieved for the victim, but that is just one person. How about the many others who are not as rich as this Korean businessman?"
11. Chalk outline of a body on ground with sign reading "Justice to all victims of extrajudicial killings"
12. Wide of protesters outside police camp
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