- A teacher threatened the life of the president through a post where he said that he will reward P50 million to the one who could kill the president
- The post was deleted and his account was already deactivated but authorities were able to trace him
- Authorities eventually caught up with him in a barangay in Zambales and he was arrested
- When he was already in the vehicle, the arresting officers revealed that they applied reverse psychology and he cried and asked sorry for what he did
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A teacher, which goes by the handle @RonPrince on Twitter tweeted a threat upon the life of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte.
KAMI learned that he posted: "I will give 50 million reward kung sino makakapatay kay Duterte."
Although his post was already deleted and he allegedly deactivated his account, many were able to take a screenshot of his post.
Since it was a matter of national security, authorities were quick to take action and were able to track down the teacher at Brgy. Poblacion North, Sta. Cruz, Zambales.
As per the post of Amor Banal, those who were there during the arrest include NBI Pangasinan Chief Rizaldy Jaymalin, and troops.
According to Sison, "While onboard to our vehicle with the subject and his parents traversing our way back to Dagupan City we applied reverse psychology to the suspect. After few minutes he cried and admitted the crime."
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