Gov’t vows to ‘stamp out impunity against members of media’

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Published November 15, 2019, 2:31 PM

By Genalyn Kabiling

The government is committed to hold accountable those behind media violence following the surrender of a policeman, who was one of the suspects in the recent killing of a broadcaster in Dumaguete City, a Palace official said Friday.

Presidential Task Force on Media Security Executive Director Joel Sy-Egco 
(TOTO LOZANO / PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN)

Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) Executive Director Joel Sy-Egco affirmed the government’s resolve as he presented Negros Oriental policeman Roger Rubio during a press conference in Malacañang.

Egco identified Rubio as the alleged gunman in the murder of radio man Dindo Generoso last November 7, saying the policeman felt the “pressure” of the manhunt launched against him,

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