A Davao City policeman who is said to be “very close” to President Duterte yesterday denied the existence of the so-called Davao Death Squad and considered whistleblower Edgar Matobato’s testimony before the Senate as politically motivated.
The testimony of self-confessed and alleged former member of the so-called “Davao Death Squad” (DDS), Edgar Matobato, during the Senate inquiry on claimed extrajudicial killings in the country raised more questions than providing answers to the issue being investigated.Continue reading …
The family of murdered hotelier Richard King yesterday decried alleged attempts by Sen. Leila M. de Lima to ride on the already solved slaying in a bid to smear the name of President Duterte, their former lawyer claimed yesterday.Continue reading …
Vice Mayor Paolo Z. Duterte denied anew being involved in drugs based on the confession of Edgar Matobato, a self-proclaimed member of the Davao Death Squad.Continue reading …
A self-confessed member of the infamous Davao Death Squad (DDS) surfaced at the Senate yesterday and narrated tales of brutal killings in Davao City allegedly on orders by then Mayor Duterte and his son Paolo Duterte.
Edgar Matobato, 57, provided graphic details on the killings, including one instance when a victim was fed into a crocodile.